The Curv collection consists of Fischer's performance oriented, race-worthy carving skis with a need for speed. Fischer's RC4 The Curv GT Ski is the widest one in the bunch, making it the most stable for riders fine-tuning their turning skills. With an 80mm waist, this ski is still plenty skinny for speedy, on-piste runs. Fischer shaped this ski with a triple radius sidecut the ensures a consistent turn angle throughout, and it springs you in and out of turns with a powerful energy. Fischer built the RC4 incredibly stiff for an aggressive performance suitable for more advanced riders. Its Air Carbon Ti core consists of wood encapsulated in Titanal plates for rigid stiffness, and there are carbon stringers to amplify the ski's stiffness even more. The top sheet is all carbon, too, and its Diagotex grid gives torsional stability to drastically reduce chatter at high speeds. Fischer finished the ski off with durable sidewalls that have a concave shape to quicken the ski's edge-to-edge performance.
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