Fischer ski sets
Fischer ski series for all programs
At Fischer, skiing knows no boundaries and all skiers will find skis adapted to their needs whatever their level and discipline. Thus, the brand's know-how expresses itself as much in alpine skiing as in nordic and touring. As far as alpine skiing is concerned, there are three main families, with racing type skis, piste/all-mountain type skis and freeride type skis.
The RC4 Series for ski racing
The RC4 séries is the muscular section of the Fischer alpine ski catalogue. Here, we tackle the stopwatch and only the performance counts. From world cup skiing with the RC4 Worldcup GS Curv Booster, to the RC4 The Curv carving ski, to junior competition skis like the RC4 Speed Jr, Fischer equips all racers!
The RC One, My Pro and My Turn skis for skiing in the resort
The RC One series has been created to allow the versatile skier to attack throughout the resort with liveliness and precision whatever the snow conditions. These skis are able to evolve on all slopes and come in several widths of runner up to 86 mm for those who want to scrape some fresh snow from the edges of the slopes. A little less aggressive but just as agile, the My Pro and My Turn series for women skiers also allow them to ski down the slopes with complete freedom.
The Ranger serie for freeride fans
With widths ranging from 85 to 115 mm, the Ranger series covers a wide variety of snow conditions, allowing the freerider to find the right pair of slats for any situation. is Fischer's freeride section. This range is divided into two groups, with the titanium-reinforced directional Ranger, and the Ranger FR with double spatula for a more backcountry and freestyle orientation. Skis offering an excellent power-to-weight ratio and great maneuverability in fresh snow for advanced to expert skiers.