The lightweight Hannibal Ski from Fischer will have you crushing miles in the backcountry. Its lightweight construction keeps the skis weighing in at under 6 pounds for the ascents, while the torsionally-stable aeroshape design ensures you still get the downhill performance you want for fresh powder runs. Fischer's Tour Rocker profile keeps the tips afloat as you break trail on crisp, deep mornings. A skin notch in the tail of the ski helps your climbing skins stay in place as you make your way up to the ridge, then offers a smooth transition to downhill ready so you don't waste any time before basking in your earned turns. The turn radius of the ski keeps the Hannibal performing best through short, nimble turns at moderate speeds, and its 96mm waist handles well in a wide range of conditions--from soft snow to hardpack. Its sandwich sidewall construction offers a great descent but doesn't get in the way of the climb, so as you explore new lines and reach new summits, the Hannibal helps you conquer the slopes.
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