Fresh pow's been a little tough to come by for the last few weeks, but that doesn't mean there aren't turns worth taking at the resort this weekend. Leave your roommate at home reading the nonexistent storm reports and head out with the Fischer Pro Mtn 95 Ti Ski to rip big turns on corduroy anyway. A 95mm waist and an effective mashup of lightweight materials give the Pro Mtn a can-do attitude you'll love when the snow report leaves you feeling less than enthused. A rockered tip and tail eagerly respond when you're making quick turns in tight spots, with versatile camber underfoot for lay-them-out stability when you can't help seeing how low you can go on a wide open groomer. You want your all-mountain ski to be able to carry you all over the mountain, even when the snow's not at its best, so Fischer built the Pro Mtn with a solid sandwich construction and carbon-reinforced titanium shell to give you powerful edge hold--no folding tips bailing on you here--plus a strong desire to head off-piste. Dive into the lonely bowls and deserted trees and the Pro Mtn will loyally follow with its poplar wood core and rockered profile nimbly slicing through choppy lines and floating over chunky surprises to eke out the few good turns no one else is willing to work for. Grey east coast ice and bluebird west coast powder lulls are the times the Pro Mtn shines, letting you rally all over the resort with featherweight carbon tips and tails and the backup of solid sidewalls eating up chatter.
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