Fischer Ranger 102 FR Ski - Women's

Fischer Ranger 102 FR Ski - Women's
Fischer Ranger 102 FR Ski - Women's
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Ranger 102 FR Ski - Women's by Fischer
If your ideal ski day consists of fresh tracks in the morning followed by blasting down the fall line till the lifts close, reach for the Fischer Ranger 102 FR for all of your soft snow desires. With a highly versatile 102mm waist, this iteration of the Ranger is prepared to tackle a variety of off piste terrain, from chalky steeps to waist deep powdery tree glades. The Ranger expertly navigates any terrain because of the distinct Freeski rocker pattern which supplies plenty of float thanks to early rise in the tip, yet the strong tail maintains a consistent edge hold in firmer conditions. This rocker profile allows the ski to perform much more predictably on groomed snow when compared to other skis of the same waist width, making it the perfect one-ski-quiver. Not to mention, the lightweight wood core makes the Ranger 102 FR an excellent choice for those who like to hike to the best skiing available.

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