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Fischer Koa 110 Skis - Womens

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Description: Fischer Koa 110 Skis - Womens

Powder demons who charge hard will love the Fischer Koa 110 Skis for women. For big-mountain skiers who thrive in the deep stuff and lay off the brakes, the Koa 110 is a big 'ol broadsword ready for battle. A super-wide waist, twin-tip design and sweet rocker give these boards excellent control and superb float. Their woodcore construction with carbon inserts provides lightweight but stiff handling: they cruise over the fluff like a dream but navigate mixed conditions like no-nonsense crud-busters. Whoop it up with the Koa, an ideal ski for intermediate and advanced riders who wander in search of the white room.

Key Features of Fischer Koa 110 Skis:
  • Sandwich Sidewall Construction
  • Air Carbon
  • Freeski Rocker
  • Radius 21 m (176 cm Sample Length)
  • Sidecut 139 - 110 - 124 mm
  • Skill Level: 8-10
  • 100% Off Piste

Koa 110


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My wife loves these skis! She has skied on them on both deep powder (Utah snow) and groomed. They did well on both. Plus they look cool!
January 5, 2016
UT, US
Age: 65+
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1 year ago
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I'm an advanced verging on expert level skier hoping to up my skill level this season. For the past couple years I've been skiing the K2 One Luv which is a great ski for groomers, but I felt not that great for powder. Do you have any suggestions on skis that would be great for me? I'm 5'5" 120 lbs. Considering the Fischer Koa 110....
erin s.c. on Jan 21, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hey Erin!

The Fischer Koa 110 is going to be a biiiiig step up from the One Luvs. You'd be jumping from 74mm underfoot to 110mm. Not a bad thing but a very sizeable increase. The Koas can do well on groomers and through variable conditions but they want to live in the deepness most of the time.

It sounds to me like you are looking for an all mountain option, a one ski quiver. Something that performs good in everything rather than great in one specific area or snow condition.

Here are some great All Mountain options:
http://www.the-house.com/8950rosas7w15zz-rossignol-skis.html
http://www.the-house.com/8956k2rem92w15zz-k2-skis.html
http://www.the-house.com/8951saq88lbrg15zz-salomon-skis.html

Let me know your thoughts!