This RCS is the new version of the notorious RC7. Featuring the latest technologies available, the boot returns with a few upgrades and a new name symbolising the change in Fischer’s new skis and boot systems: the Turnamic.
What can the Fischer RCS Skate ski boot do?
The boot offers an excellent hold coupled with superior comfort. And it’s comfort that made this boot’s reputation so high. Stabilised by a low polymere cuff, you get a solid lateral support through glide phases. This is a great help for skiers who still struggle to keep their balance when gliding on a leg. The velcro strap on the instep ensures a firm heel lock and enhances precision. The liner is identical to the previous version and still delivers the same top-notch comfort with its generous fit. The Speed Lock System is a smart closure system that makes the hold snug and consistent. The liner features a waterproof and breathable Triple F membrane and the waterproof zipper on top makes sur your foot remains dry all day. The big new thing is the Turnamic sole designed to work with the new Turnamic binding. It does remain compatible with NNN and Prolink standards. This new sole is thinner and stiffer, it enhances the contact feel and the control over your skis. In short, this new RCS boot has kept the best parts of the old RC7 and upgraded them with the new Turnamic system.
Who is the Fischer RCS Skate ski boot designed for?
It is a great choice for recreational and sporty skiers who want a comfortable and progressive boot. The RCS will help you fine tune your technique by forgiving the few mistakes you may make. The soft cuff allows effortless forward lean and makes glide phases easier. The boot is a lot more forgiving than the Speedmax and Carbonlite models.
What are the main assets of the Fischer RCS Skate ski boot?