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Touring Ski Pack Ranger 98 TI


Touring Binding Baron 13 EPF 110 mm Black White Silver

View detailed description Touring Ski Pack, Fischer 2016

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Winter 2016
Advanced - Expert
All-Mountain 60% Powder
Size 180cm - Radius 18m

Alpine Ski Fischer Ranger 98 TI

Fischer is updating its freeride lineup. The Ranger skis return with a wider waist to provide added floatability on powder. This is excellent news for all skiers who like to ride past the ropes. 

What can the Fischer Ranger 98 Ti do?  

The 98 Ti is the high-end ski of the Ranger series. Boasting a 98mm waist instead of 96mm on its previous version, the ski delivers more freeride performance and it is definitely oriented towards powder. All it needs to be happy is a thick coat of fresh snow. Featuring the Air Tec Ti technology incorporating a titanal reinforced hollowed woodcore, the ski is lighter and yet performs harder. It is light enough to welcome a touring setup and assault every peaks you can reach in the resort. Don’t get us wrong though, it is not the best touring ski ever (simply cause it’s not a touring ski but a freeride one), however, it does excel on the downhill and charges the slopes with style and ease. It delivers solid stability on crud and chopped powder and slashes turns with elegance. If we had to find it one weakness (although most testers said it had none), we’d pick the performance on groomed snow. Being wide, the ski feels less precise and a little less responsive. At high speed the carbon tip tends to chatter a bit. But if you buy the ski, it’s not for racing on piste is it? In the end, this freeride ski met all of our expectations and we happily recommend it. 

Who is the Fischer Ranger 98 Ti designed for?  

The Ranger 98 Ti is a good choice for intermediate and advanced skiers who like to ride hard and fast on powder and who look for a responsive pair of skis. It’s also a good option for tourers looking for a light and powerful ski to skin up with. 

What are the main assets of the Fischer Ranger 98 Ti?  





Note: the sale of this item implies a personalisation of the product (drilling the skis). The right of cancellation cannot be exercised on these products, according to the Article L121-20-2 of the French Consumer Code. No refund or exchange will be accepted.

Product Name
Fischer Ranger 98 TI
Product price
Specs Alpine Ski Fischer Ranger 98 TI
Year 2016

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• Advanced - Expert
Ski category
• All-Mountain.60% Powder
Specific abilities
• None
Structure - Construction
Tip Yes
Tail No
Ski Camber
• Classic
Type of turns
• Long turns
• Directional (front tip)
Weight of the pair in grams
3690gr en 180cm

Manufacturer info :

Type of turns

  • Long turns


  • Directional (front tip)  :

    The ski shape allows only a directional use.

Weight of the pair in grams

  • 3690gr en 180cm

Structure - Construction

  • Aeroshape  :

    Specific construction, ultra light for optimal torsional stability

  • Air Tec Ti  :

    The wood core Air Tec was minutely milled and unbalanced, what allowed to relieve it of 25 % while keeping its excellent properties. A titanal layer allied to this core allows to preserve flex and stifness in twisting.

  • Carbon Nose  :

    Thin tip featuring a layer of carbon enhancing both agility and stability.

Camber type

  • Classic camber  :

    When the ski sits flat on the ground, the tip and the tail are in contact with it while the midsection rises above. It is this section that maximises the energy transmission towards the edge, ideal for piste skiing. It also provides a rebound which enhances energy return and pop.

Rocker type

  • Freeski Rocker  :

    The length of the ski/snow contact surface has been shortened for easier turn initiations and less efforts required.


SizeTip-Waist-Tail (mm)Radius (m)

Touring Binding Marker Baron 13 EPF 110 mm Black White Silver

As the lighter cousin to the Duke with a DIN setting up 13, the Baron has earned its stripes as a favorite amongst big mountain, backcountry enthusiasts. Extended Power Frame (EPF), with its extra-wide connection to the ski, gives it the structure needed to power today's wider skis through any snow conditions, whether inside or outside the resort. The 10 mm wider drilling pattern blasts the Baron into a new stratosphere of power, with a DIN setting up 13. In addition the Baron 13 EPF also comes with Sole.ID and the easy-to-handle climbing aid. 

Product Name
Marker Baron 13 EPF 110 mm Black White Silver
Product price
Specs Touring Binding Marker Baron 13 EPF 110 mm Black White Silver
Year 2018
Sizes S - L




Binding category
• Free touring
Release value (DIN)
Minimum 4
Maximum 13
Setting of the binding
Type Heel piece
Toe component height Manual
Toe component width Automatic
Brakes width (mm)
Weight of the pair in grams
2450 (S) 2480 (L)
• Plate

Manufacturer info :


  • 4


  • 13

Binding technologies

  • Triple Pivot Elite Toe  :

    The toe construction with DIN/ISO up to Z 18 allows for impressive retention when freeriding. The spring in the toe is inserted horizontally and with a sole plate inclined by 5° it provides the highest energy absorption so as to reduce the risk of early release. The large supporting surface optimizes the power transmission and allows for great stresses and strains. In relation to their weight, toes with this technology therefore achieve a never-seen-before performance.

  • Anti Friction Device AFD  :

    All Marker bindings are equipped with a moveable AFD (anti friction device) and therefore guarantee a highly precise release almost entirely unhindered by dirt, snow and ice! Individual adjustment of the AFD to the area of application ensures perfect functionality - from racing, for children’s bindings or on ski tours.

  • Inter-Pivot Heel  :

    The stunning heel construction delivers superior holding power for free riding, featuring DIN/ISO 6-16. The Inter Pivot Heel directs the power forces in the angle of elasticity improving the holding power and reducing pre-releases.

Weight of the pair in grams

  • 2450 (S) 2480 (L)


  • Plate

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Customer reviews

Average score 4.5/5 (1 review)

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4.5 / 5 collected by Glisshop

- Saturday 30 January 2016

The reviews were pretty accurate - good on and off piste, float nicely in soft and heavy powder. Some chatter at higher speeds on piste - hold their edges well but certainly not as stable as a slalom ski

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