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Touring Ski Pack Transalp 80


Touring Binding Tour F10 85 mm Black White Red

View detailed description Touring Ski Pack, Fischer 2016

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Winter 2016
Advanced - Expert
Touring Tour-Light
Size 170cm - Radius 17.5m

Alpine Ski Fischer Transalp 80

Always a bit further, always a bit higher: Fischer encourages you to expand your limits and to hit the highest summits in the Alps with its ultra-light touring ski named Transalp. 

What can the Fischer Transalp 80 do? 

A touring ski weighing 950 grams in 163 cm – it is a dream becoming true and it's what Fischer made for you! Thanks to a partly hollowed wooden core made out of paulownia wood, the ski takes bumps and plows through chop even at high speed. You can go touring with peace of mind and enjoy the most beautiful ventures on that very light Transalp 80 ski. You will definitely love the ultimate panoramic view at the summit without having to cool your legs down. On the downhill – you might have already guessed due to its small 80mm waist – it won't give you as much fun on deep powder as would 100mm+ waisted ski, but it definitely performs anywhere else. On days when you're not out in the wilderness but prefer to spend a couple of hours together with your best friends in your favourite resort, there's no problem. The ski allows changing terrains and works well on groomers thanks to its traditional camber. So once again a very good Fischer ski for an everyday use. 

Who is the Fischer Transalp 80 designed for? 

We recommend it to intermediate or advanced free touring skiers who are searching the ultimate uphill performance. Descending is not the ski's favourite game but the fun you will have when climbing up the summits is totally worth it. 

What are the main assets of the Fischer Transalp 80? 


Uphill performance 



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 Transalp 80
Product price
£377.90  instead of  £629.91
Specs Alpine Ski Fischer Transalp 80
Year 2016

Out of stock



• Advanced - Expert
Ski category
• Touring.Tour-Light
Specific abilities
• None
Structure - Construction
Tip Yes
Tail No
Ski Camber
• Classic
Type of turns
• Multi-turns
• Directional (front tip)
Weight of the pair in grams
1900gr en 170

Manufacturer info :

Type of turns

  • Multi-turns


  • Directional (front tip)  :

    The ski shape allows only a directional use.

Weight of the pair in grams

  • 1900gr en 170

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 Stringers  :

    Specific construction ensuring exceptional lightweight, consistent flex and an optimal weight/torsional stiffness ratio.

  • Paulownia Wood Core
  • Sandwich Sidewall Construction  :

    Woodcore combined with ABS sidewalls in a classic sandwich construction, for a homogeneous flex and a perfect rebound.

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

  • Tour 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 Tour F10 85 mm Black White Red

If you are a tourer who do not want to sacrifice lightweight, manoeuvrability and reliability, this binding is a safe bet. Designed for skiers who like the descent as much as the ascent and who focus on light bindings (1960g for S size, and 1998g in L size). 

Product Name
Marker Tour F10 85 mm Black White Red
Product price
£134.90  instead of  £224.91
Specs Touring Binding Marker Tour F10 85 mm Black White Red
Year 2016
Sizes L




Binding category
• Touring
Release value (DIN)
Minimum 3
Maximum 10
Setting of the binding
Type Heel piece
Toe component height Manual
Toe component width Automatic
Brakes width (mm)
Weight of the pair in grams
1800 (en S) 1900 (en L)
• Plate

Manufacturer info :


  • 3


  • 10

Binding technologies

  • Touring mode  :

    The patented, ergonomically shaped lever under the boot allows comfortable opening and closing. The position prevents the binding from unwanted release and provides unparalleled security against an undesired “telemark“ situation.

  • 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.

  • Hollow Linkage Heel  :

    The heel was also redesigned from the ground up to guarantee optimal retention for all types of alpine and touring soles. The aluminium hollow axle saves on weight and maximizes the torsional stiffness. This very robust heel construction is best suited for the most strenuous of requirements.

  • Triple Pivot Light  :

    The compact toe features a horizontally inserted spring. Together with the gliding plate the gliding elements integrated into the sole holders ensure a very precise release behaviour which is comparable to all other MARKER bindings. Why should touring skiers and freestylers accept any compromises? An aluminium bridge on the top provides additional support without adding any extra weight.

Weight of the pair in grams

  • 1800 (en S) 1900 (en L)


  • Plate

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