Fischer Progressor 800 Powerrail Skis w/ Rsx 12 Powerrail Bindings
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Fischer Progressor 800 Powerrail Skis w/ Rsx 12 Powerrail Bindings

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Type: All Mountain
Shape: Conventional
Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Rocker Type: Rocker
Construction: Sandwich
Core Material: Wood
Base: Extruded
Din Range: 3-12
Brake Width: 75mm
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Fischer Progressor 800 Powerrail Skis w/ Rsx 12 Powerrail Bindings

Kick things up a notch with the Fischer Progressor 800 Powerrail Skis and Rsx 12 Powerrail Bindings! The season for riding is upon us and you are searching the market for a high end ski setup that can tear up whatever terrain or challenge you set before it. The Fischer Progressor skis are your best bet and feature a high strength sandwich sidewall construction that blends lightweight materials for an ideal shape and profile. They also come with a 70% on piste layout to tackle groomers with ease, as well as an air carbon section to set them apart from the competition.

Key Features of the Fischer Progressor 800 Powerrail Skis:
  • Sandwich Sidewall Construction
  • Air Carbon
  • Wood Core
  • Radius 12/ 15m (165cm Sample Length)
  • Sidecut: 122 - 74 - 103mm
  • Skill Level: 5-8
  • 70% On Piste/ 30% Off Piste
Key Features of the Fischer Rsx 12 Powerrail Bindings:
  • DIN: 3.5 - 12
  • Powerrail
  • Full Diagonal
  • ABS

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Nobody beats the HOUSE. Great ski for a great price.
stanislaw k on Apr 1, 2014
Great price and complete package
Vicki C on Jan 3, 2014
Good skis and good price!
Nathan M on Jan 8, 2014
Good online review and it fits my ski style and needs.
Satya K on Nov 30, 2013
are the 165's okay for an intermediate, 6'0' 185 lbs..moderate speed skier?
A shopper on Apr 1, 2014
Best Answer: If you are worried that due to your size/weight you should have a longer ski don't worry. I'm roughly the same size/weight and am have used these on all terrain in both groomed and ungroomed conditions and was in control at both moderate and high speeds.
Reply · Report · Mitch R on Apr 4, 2014
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I do not have a particular bias for brand, but I would like a ski that is all-mountain with a slant to mogul preference. I consider myself an aggressive expert skier with 45 years of skiing experience (I am 63). I weigh 150 lbs. an I am 5'7". I have skied lengths of 204 cm to 185 cm. My last ski was a freestyle ski that I have thoroughly enjoyed but is now difficult to ski moguls because of the chop moguls have become. I would like a few suggestions to consider in various price ranges from mid to high price. Boots are also on the list of consideration. I have skied a mens' size 8 rear entry boot with flex control. They have been comfortable, easy to get on and off, warm, and light weight. Suggestions in various price ranges -mid to high price- would be most appreciated. What do you recommend?
Denny on Feb 2, 2015
Best Answer: Hey Dennis,
There is a lot to answer here! First, parabolic skis are much different that traditional skis. It frustrates people transitioning, but I am the same height and weight as you and use a length between 160 and 165 (you could go as high at a 170 for more aggressive skiing). Beyond that there is sooo much personal preference involved along with what type of skiing you do the most... that you are best to chat with our ski specialists to get the perfect set-up: 1 (800) 409-7669.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Feb 11, 2015
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Does it matter what size boot you have for these skis? How adjustable are the bindings?
A shopper on Mar 1, 2014
Best Answer: Unless you have the biggest or smallest feet known to man the Rsx 12 Powerrail Ski Bindings will fit adult size Ski Boots. Have fun out there!
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Dec 3, 2014
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