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Fischer RCS Classic Zero
$376.00 $470.00 20% Savings
Fischer has been making Zero Skis for some time. Originally designed for conditions of new snow at 0 celsius, the new model has a much wider application. For 2012/2013 Fischer is using the familiar yellow under foot that gets fuzzy when sanded with 100 grit abrasive. Now there is a more dense material at the front and rear of the kick zone. This, too, is sanded, but does not fuzz up as much. It aids with improved glide, and great kick at the right time. The glide zone is the same fast base as the RCS Classic Plus and the Carbonlite Classic Plus. This ski flexes a little softer than the regular 812 camber classic skis. Some of us use this ski as a daily driver. We've skied them in temps as low as 6F and they still kicked (we wouldn't race in these conditions, but we can ski in them)
Fischer Speedmax Classic Plus
$750.00
SPEEDMAX stands for the new generation of racing skis for top athletes and competition-oriented cross country skiers. It stands out through unrivalled gliding properties thanks to ground-breaking Cold Base Bonding technology: a revolutionary production process which retains the homogeneity of the original molecular structures of the base by avoiding the combination of heat and pressure when the base is added. Fischer has been using the Cold Base Bonding on skis available to World Cup skiers since the Vancouver Olympic Winter Games in 2010. This is the first year they are available on the retail racks. After the resounding sporting successes at the 2013 FIS World Championships in Val di Fiemme and Nove Mesto, winning the prestigious European design award "Red Dot: best of the best" underlines not only the fact that the inner technical merits of Speedmax Skate are convincing but also that the design statement meets exacting requirements.
Fischer Speedmax Skate Plus
$750.00
The Fischer Speedmax is the new generation of racing skis for top athletes and competition-oriented cross country skiers. It stands out through unrivalled gliding properties thanks to ground-breaking Cold Base Bonding technology: a revolutionary production process which retains the homogeneity of the original molecular structures of the base by avoiding the combination of heat and pressure when the base is added. After the resounding successes at multiple World Championships, winning the prestigious European design award "Red Dot: best of the best" underlines not only the fact that the inner technical merits of Speedmax Skate are convincing but also that the design statement meets exacting requirements. - Plus base model is ideal for conditions over -5°C on compact to soft snow. Its deeper and rougher structure – created by a natural diamond – makes the base unbeatably fast especially in warm and damp conditions. - Features the NIS plate, which is compatible with the Rottefella R4 and Xcelerator Bindings. Salomon bindings can be mounted through the plate. - Hole Ski Tip, which uses HM carbon laminates to reduce ski tip mass. Requires less effort thanks to reduced pendulum action. - Pre-waxed with fluoride-content hot wax for best gliding properties and protection against dirt and oxidation. - Uses a DTG World Cup Plus Grind for a deeper and coarser Plus structure, ideal for warm and moist conditions. - Skating race ski construction for maximum speed through pressure relief at the ski tip and tail. Perfect on compact to soft snow. - Fischer's Precision Pairing System uses fully automatic dynamic measurements of a multitude of pairing criteria to ensure precise ski choice and optimized pairing. - Multiaxial T300 1K carbon fiber construction in ski tip, ski tail and as laminate is extremely tough and lightweight. - Power Edge reinforced ski chassis ensures longer service life. Homogeneous pressure distribution ensures uniform wax wear. - Air Core Carbonlite is the lightest material from Fischer: bidirectional Air Core technology with multiaxial carbon fabric for under 500g per ski and top performance. - Sidecut: 41-44-44
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