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Fischer Viron Force Fp9 Skis w/ RS 10 Bindings

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Specs

Type: All Mountain
Shape: Conventional
Ability Level: Beginner-Intermediate
Rocker Type: Camber
Construction: Sandwich
Core Material: Composite
Base: Sintered
Din Range: 3-10
Brake Width: 75mm
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Fischer Viron Force Fp9 Skis w/ RS 10 Bindings

You could carve an eagle out of the ice with the Fischer Viron 2.2 Skis with Rs10 Powerrail Bindings. Elevate your control as a skier. The Viron's are equipped with Dynamic Grip Control tech for insane carving on ice or through crud. Fischer's patented dampening system will save your knees when bombing moguls or through crud. Whip the skis side to side like a pit bull with a chew toy thanks to their lightweight Power Air-Power Core w/Carbon Tech design.The rs10 Bindings with Powerrail system is wider and lower for incredible power transfer. Stay refreshed after a day on the slopes with Fischer.

Viron Force FP9


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great price
Cynthia L on Feb 16, 2014
the name brand, package, and the price
Susan D on Jan 16, 2014
Fantastic Value, especially for a beginner
MaryJo B on Feb 5, 2014
Value and name brand.
robin C on Jan 14, 2014
Shopping for my son. He is about 130 and 5' 10". Can I go with the 165 so that he can have them for a few years?
A shopper on Dec 19, 2013
Best Answer: A beginner skier wants a shorter ski, easier to handle/less demanding. The ski should stand level with the beginner skiers chin or below. An intermediate wants it to stand at their nose. An advanced skier wants it at eyebrow level or above.
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Dec 19, 2013
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Are these adult skis?
Todd L on Nov 22, 2013
Best Answer: I would do some research on appropriate size. For me their good as for an adult, but i'm of a lighter build. Otherwise "Yes" they're adult.
Reply · Report · Oleksandr V on Nov 23, 2013
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Are the bindings compatible with all ski boots?
A shopper on Jan 12, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, they will fit any size boots ... easy to adjust and the boot and skis are always centered like they are suppose to be with the method of adjusting ... they adjust from the center ....
Reply · Report · David P on Jan 27, 2014
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Im 5 10 205 new skier been one time and wanting to get into. Would this be a good set to start with ?
Justin D on Mar 3, 2014
Best Answer: After renting many times, this was the first pair of skis I bought. I found them very easy to ski on, plus they hold the edge really well even on ice (a frequent thing here in New England) so I would recommend them for a beginner through intermediate ski.
Reply · Report · Gustavo d on Mar 4, 2014
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Im a highschooler about 5'5 maybe and im..... well not amazing but i am pretty good what would you recommend? Like 165? Ive been skiing for year but ive allways rented im about 108 pounds probably
Benny D on Jan 10, 2014
Best Answer: It's honestly all about what you want. I've been skiing for about 5 years now so I decided this year to buy my own stuff. If you ask me, I wouldn't listen to the weight limits or anything like that about the skis. Here's what's important: the shorter the ski, the more control you have, the longer the ski, the more speed you have. Even with shorter skis, it's not like you're gonna go slow, but with a longer ski, you may have a lack of control. If you're on the east coast like me, you'll probably want more control because of the amount of ice. With more powder, there's more grip. I'm 5'10" and about 180 lbs and I bought the 155's. I used them to ski about 2 weeks ago, they were great. But really it's all about personal preference. The only thing I'd be wary of: these bindings don't come mounted. I had to take mine to a shop and pay $75 to get them properly mounted.
Reply · Report · Sam B on Jan 10, 2014
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I would like to purchase these as a gift for a male friend - 6ft tall and 220lbs. 19 y/o
He is a beginner skier, would 165s or 170s be okay?
A shopper on Dec 18, 2013
Best Answer: The 170cm should be great for a true beginner. Please note that typically a beginner wants a small ski. They are easier to control and less demanding. Beginner skier want a ski that stands at their shin or lower. A 170cm will be a lot shorter than the level of his chin if he is 6ft tall.
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Dec 18, 2013
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do these skis come with the bindings mounted?
A shopper on Dec 10, 2013
Best Answer: The House does not mount skis due to liability and difficulty involved without skier and equipment on site. We recommend you take all your gear to your local and trusted ski shop to be mounted by a certified professional.
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Dec 16, 2013
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I am a beginner skier. I am 5'10 and 210lbs. I am looking at the Fischer Viron Force 9P w/ RS 10 Bindings White / Black. Would this be my appropriate choice of skis??
A shopper on Jan 24, 2014
Best Answer: I have skied a total of about 10 times in my life, and these skis are great in my opinion. In fact I am very happy with my purchase from house. Just take your time measuring yourself with all gear and you should be fine. I bought 165cm even though I'm 6'0, and still get plenty of nerve raking speed.
Reply · Report · maksim s on Jan 24, 2014
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i am 5ft 8in, weigh 160 pounds, intermediate skier. what size do u recommend?
A shopper on Jan 2, 2014
Best Answer: I bought these ski's for my 13 year old son, who is also an intermediate skier. He is 5'4" and around 160 pounds. I got him the 164 cm. The ski's fit great and he enjoys them ,also can't wait for winter to get here. I hope this helps you in deciding what size ski's and bindings. Make absolute sure your boots are comfortable, I recommend one size larger than you normally wear for shoes.
Reply · Report · Haluk B on Aug 25, 2014
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I am 6'1 175lbs. Have skied probably 10-15 times before. What length would you recommend?
spencer s on Feb 7, 2014
Best Answer: Hey I'm new to skiing as well, I would recommend using one of the charts they provide to figure out what's the proper size. if you're new to skiing as well the go one size down from the recommended size - it will be easier to control the skies.
Reply · Report · Oleksandr V on Nov 13, 2014
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Hi I'm 5ft 10in and I weigh 175 lbs. I'm sort of a beginner I started recently and I'm wondering what size to get? Thanks
darko_yolo_swag on Dec 28, 2013
Best Answer: I would go with the 155cm or 160cm. A beginner wants shorter skis. They are easier to control and less demanding. I have always gone by the adage that a skier who is a beginner wants a ski to stand at chin level or below, intermediate at the nose, advanced to expert at the eye level or top of head. Have fun and welcome to a great sport and even better lifestyle!
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Dec 30, 2013
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My son is 5ft 3inches and his weight is 110. He is an intermediate skier. What size is recommended? Thanks
Julie M on Dec 19, 2013
Best Answer: I believe the 155cm will be a great fit for your son.
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Dec 19, 2013
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Do you shipping to Russia? Thanks
zvegintsev v on Dec 12, 2013
Best Answer: Please check out our international shipping page at http://www.the-house.com/helpdesk/shipping-information/international-shipping/
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Dec 13, 2013
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though I am an adult, per the size chart I chose 170cm will these work for me?
nicholas t on Dec 9, 2013
Best Answer: Yep, should work great!
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Dec 13, 2013
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I am a beginner skier. I am 6ft 210lbs. I was give 150 Head Shape 3 skis at Spirit Mountain in Duluth the first time I skied. Do you think the 160 skis will be ok? What is the return policy? thanks
chris c on Feb 19, 2014
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I'm pretty short, only 5 feet tall and a beginner skier. Would these skis be appropriate for me and of which length?
B Y on Jan 31, 2014
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i just ordered these skis and i was wondering if they come sharpened or if i will need to get them sharpened?
Please&Thankyou on Jan 28, 2014
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I'm not a beginner and getting more and more comfortable on blacks. Even getting down double blacks now, although it's not very pretty looking! I'm tired of renting skis and this looks like a great deal, but will I be disappointed in these after a couple years if I keep progressing in skill level?
A shopper on Jan 19, 2014
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