Fischer E99 Crown Xtralite Ski

Fischer E99 Crown Xtralite Ski
Fischer E99 Crown Xtralite Ski
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E99 Crown Xtralite Ski by Fischer
When you're packing for your next Polar expedition, or simply when the snow starts to fall outside your window, you head out the door with the E99 Crown Xtralite Ski. With Nordic rocker camber that provides easy gliding in unprepared terrain, any winter day can become a Nordic ski day. The camber with the light-weight core and steel edge also enables lighter turning with less effort so you can traverse the poles or the backcountry with ease. With a narrow steel edge along the entire length of the ski, you will have guaranteed constant edge contact on any surface so you can confidently explore the great unknown. As the tour or expedition goes on, you'll most likely run into some uphills that won't scare you away. With Offtrack Crown, a climbing system which provides great off-track climbing in difficult terrain, you can scale hills with confidence.

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