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Fischer Progressor 900 Racetrack Skis w/ Rsx Z 13 Racetrack Bindings

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Specs

Type:
  • Carving
  • All Mountain
Shape:
  • Conventional
Ability Level: Advanced-Expert
Rocker Type:
  • Camber
Construction: Sandwich
Core Material:
  • Wood
Base:
  • Sintered
Din Range: 4-13
Brake Width:
  • 80mm
Manufacturer Warranty:
  • 1 Year

Description: Fischer Progressor 900 Racetrack Skis w/ Rsx Z 13 Racetrack Bindings

Ensures its skier has no limits: featuring newly developed RACETRACK binding for more stability, better power transfer and more dynamic turn behavior.

Key Features of the Fischer Progressor 900 Racetrack Skis:
  • Sandwich Sidewall Construction
  • Air Carbon TI 0.5
  • Wood Core
  • Radius 13/17 m (170 cm Sample Length)
  • Sidecut 121 - 75 - 104 mm
  • Skill Level: 7-10
  • 80% On Piste/20% Off Piste
Key Features of the Fischer Rsx Z 13 Racetrack Bindings:
  • DIN 4 - 13
  • POWERRAIL
  • Full Diagonal
  • ABS

Progressor 900 Racetrack


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recommended by old ski coach
Kevin W on Jan 15, 2014
Is this ski too much for an advancing intermediate that skis primarily blues, but looking to advance to blacks?
A shopper on Mar 28, 2014
Best Answer: Can be hard to say given only you know your feel for the mountain. The edges on these skis are so sharp, low speed maneuvering can be more difficult depending on what you are doing. They really bite the snow, and if you go too slow, you might end up falling over yourself on a turn. At high speed, these skis are absolutely amazing and provide great control. Really provide confidence. Even on ice, these things grip and hold just fine, while my friend's Nordica equivalents just let go on ice (to be fair, he probably just needs to sharpen his edges). End of the day, these skis are meant to go fast. If you aren't pushing yourself on each run, they might be too much. But, for the price, if you are serious about skiing and really want to get confident running blacks and higher, it's not a bad idea to get a ski you can grow into. That's what i would do, anyway. If you plan to stay on the blue and do an occasional black now and then, you'd probably be better off getting a different ski with less sharp edges. It really comes down to what you want to do and what kind of skier you aspire to be.
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