The replacement for the RC7 has quickly made a name for itself in the Fischer range and is a very good compromise before the Race Carbonlite and Speedmax ranges. More forgiving, it still performs well and favours the work of the classic technique for skiers who wish to evolve in this technique.
What are the characteristics of the Fischer RCS Classic cross-country ski boot?
Thought as an alternative to the race models, this RCS has a thin boot that provides an exceptional envelopment of the foot. Combined with the heel counter very enveloping this design optimizes the conduct of the ski on all technical sections. It is easy to turn and leave the tracks, and its behaviour is reassuring for skiers looking for a good feeling in classic skiing. The Turnamic Race Classic sole with its thin profile ensures an exceptional proximity to the ski and a more natural foot roll. This sole block, released last season, has already proved its worth and it is worth pointing out that this standard adapts to NNN, Prolink and Turnamic bindings, which means that there is a wide choice of bindings that will not limit the choice of skis. The Speed Lock system ensures a very good fit, without constraining the foot. The Entry Loops concept makes the lacing pressure more homogeneous and distributed all around the foot. The lacing guard is equipped with the waterproof and breathable Triple F membrane and is closed with a waterproof central zip. A host of technical arguments for this intermediate boot which is very similar to the Race range. It is an excellent compromise with a very good price point.
Who is the Fischer RCS Classic cross country ski boot for?
With characteristics and an inner liner close to the race models, this RCS is suitable for regular skiers looking to improve the precision of ski control. It is a very good compromise to progress because it ensures a very sensitive touch of snow with a very natural roll of the foot in thrust. It is the perfect model for progressing because it offers characteristics very close to a high-end boot while remaining technically and financially accessible.
What are the main qualities of the Fischer RCS Classic cross country ski boot?
- Role of the foot.
- Quality-price ratio