NFX Jr REF. 376917 Show the big kids what you can do. Fact sheet Weight 2190 Side Cut Tip 92 Side Cut Waist 76 Side Cut Tail 84 Radius 19,6 Boot Midsole 495 Side Cut Tip 99 Side Cut Waist 78 Side Cut Tail 91 Radius 16,2 Boot Midsole 540 Side Cut Tip 106 Side Cut Waist 80.1 Side Cut Tail 94.9 Radius 15,6 Boot Midsole 585 Side Cut Tip 122 Side Cut Waist 85 Side Cut Tail 112 Radius 10.7 Boot Midsole 659 Side Cut Tip 122 Side Cut Waist 85 Side Cut Tail 112 Radius 14.2 Boot Midsole 708 Weight per ski 1095g @130 Composite - Combination of fibers that reduces weight, and adds maneuvrability and forgiveness. Monocoque - Single structural layer of fiber. Optimal for comfort, response and maneuverability.
$239.99 - $279.99
For the kids just starting tricks in the terrain park or for an easy turning twin tip ski Fischer offers the Stunner package. This ski has an easy versatile shape for on or off piste skiing. Kids will expand their range with the Stunner. The ski is sold with Fischer Rail integrated bindings.
The Ranger 98 Ti is the middle ground men's ski in the Ranger series. It has a 132 mm tip, 98 mm waist, and 18 m radius (at 180 cm). The ski is designed for big mountain purposes, and holds a wide variety of technology intended for powder and other varied conditions. However, its dimensions are also designed to hold up on groomers and more everyday terrain as well. For something similar but wider, check out the Ranger 108 Ti. And for something similar but skinnier, check out the Ranger 90 Ti. The Ranger series focuses on big mountain tools intended to charge a wide variety of terrain, mainly outside of the groomers. This is an all-new series for Fischer, and the company has combined several technologies to make it the best they can: A carbon tip decreases the ski's weight and is designed to improve maneuverability. Aeroshape, Air Tec Ti, and Air Carbon technologies combine a plethora lightweight materials to further decrease the ski's overall weight. Air Tec additionally integrates titanal in the ski, which is designed to increase stability, especially underfoot, for sending it off big cliffs and handling harsh landings. Lastly, Freeski Rocker, Fischer's most aggressive rocker profile, lifts the tips and tails up and over power and other varied terrain in an attempt to make your ride down the mountain as smooth as possible no matter what the snow is like. If you're looking to huck cliffs, send chutes, and bomb down variable snow conditions on a regular basis, or just want something burlier than a strictly-groomer ski, this is the best series Fischer has to offer you.
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