Fischer's Pro Mountain series consists of versatile, all-mountain skis suitable for any snow condition and line you can come across in the resort. The Pro Mountain 95 Ti Ski is the widest plank in that collection, and is most ideal for those glorious powder days. That's not to say it can't handle groomer or icy conditions. The camber underfoot holds a solid edge when there isn't a single inch of powder to be found. Fischer rockered the tip to navigate deep, soft snow with ease, and the tail is mostly flat to snap in and out of turns regardless of the snow. Fischer built the Pro Mountain out of a poppy poplar wood core reinforced with titanium for a stiff flex that most advanced skiers will appreciate. Its nose is remarkably skinny, and there's a carbon laminate inside for vibration damping. The Pro Mountain has durable sidewalls that Fischer tapered to reduce lateral resistance in deeper snow.
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