The new Fischer free touring boot My Ranger Free 110 Walk Dyn Dark Grey allows women skiers to reach the stashes with a walkable boot that performs hard on the downhill.
this boot comes exclusively in half sizes (28.5,29.5, etc). If you’re looking to go down to the next size, we recommend using the size-reducing ski boot insert developed by sidas. See the Sidas Sole.
Fischer is going to stomp over competition with the new My Ranger Free 110. This women-specific freetour ski boot carries number of advanced technologies and innovations making it a solid performer in the mountain. Boasting a powerful 110 flex and a tight 99mm fit, the boot gives a strong focus on precision. But Fischer went further than that. Using a Vibram outsole (Norm Grip Walk) for enhanced traction on rocky or slippery terrains, they also designed a brand new ski/walk system that gets activated via a switch that’s just below the upper buckle.
What can the Fischer My Ranger Free 110 Walk Dyn Dark Grey ski boot do?
Designed for women skiers who want something for doing short approaches or climbs, the boot is so light that it could even get the attention of actual tourers. Offering a decent 55° cuff travel (less than a pure tourings boot but longer than most freetouring boots), skinning up with the My Ranger Free doesn’t feel awkward or uncomfortable. But the key point of this boot is its downhill performance. Powerful and extremely precise, the boot has no problem tearing the mountain apart. From narrow icy couloirs to wide open powder fields, the My Ranger Free 110 will give you a blast.
Who is the Fischer My Ranger Free 110 Walk Dyn Dark Grey ski boot designed for?
It is a boot made for skiing hard and fast, hence, for experienced skiers with an advanced an up level. It’s going to suit you if you’re after something light that allows for short tours but that doesnt compromise power or precision on the downhill.
What are the best assets of the Fischer My Ranger Free 110 Walk Dyn Dark Grey ski boot?