The Fischer Women's My Ranger Ski takes the difficulty out of decision-making by being versatile enough to go from dedicated touring ski to ripping your local resort to skiing big, visionary lines without compromising. While it's not nearly the lightest touring ski on the market, it weighs in at just over seven pounds per pair, so you'll be by no means too fatigued to style the line you just worked for. The light weight doesn't come at the price of downhill performance, either, thanks to Fischer's Air Tech Ti core, which incorporates a strong, dampening Titanal laminate along with feather-light wood, making the ski torsionally stiff for power and precision through each turn. A helping of carbon in the shovel deflects impact as you plow through variable conditions both in the resort and out, and full sidewall construction adds to the ski's stiffness and strength while providing efficient power transfer from edge to edge.
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Fischer My Ranger 98 Ski - Women's
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