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Fischer Watea 88 Skis

Fischer Watea 88 Skis
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Description: Fischer Watea 88 Skis

The Fischer Watea 88 Skis are perfect for the advanced skier who spends some time on the groomers, but most of their time off trail in powder, trees, and bowls. The Freeski Rocker profile has a rocker in the tip, camber underfoot, and rocker in the tail. This combination delivers excellent performance across a wide variety of snow conditions and terrain. The Sandwich Sidewall Construction with a wood core maximizes torsional stiffness and provides strong edge grip on firm snow and ice. If you are looking for a versatile ski that does everything well, the Fischer Watea 88 will be a great ski for you.

Key Features of Fischer Watea 88 Skis:
  • Sandwich Sidewall Construction
  • Carbon Tech
  • Freeski Rocker
  • Radius 19 m (176 cm Sample Length)
  • Sidecut 128 - 88 - 115 mm
  • Skill Level: 7-9
  • 30% On Piste/70% Off Piste

Watea 88

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Never thought I would ski Fischer
First off, graphic is pretty sweet and totally unique. I didn't even know it was possible to get so many compliments on the appearance of your skis. They're incredibly stable and easy to control. I'm 6' 3" and 195 lbs and got the 184 cm. It's so easy to ski confidently when you don't have to worry about losing the tail edge or the tips not grabbing. Super quick edge to edge... You can really lay into GS like turns. Every ski reacts differently to every style skier, but these definitely hit the sweet spot with me. I haven't skied on them in powder yet, but I'm certainly looking forward to it
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September 8, 2014
Fischer Ski Purchase
I just bought a new pair of Fischer skis (Watea) with Marker bindings and have to say I was very pleased with the service, and I love these skis! The representative on the phone was very helpful with my questions, and delivery was fast. Thank you "The House".
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Barbara M on Feb 11, 2016
Recommended by a friend.
Jeff L on Mar 2, 2014
I have skied on the Watea 84 for the last 6 years and wanted to try the next step up.
Randy R on Jan 27, 2016
Price and Quality
Fred B on Jan 20, 2014
Do these skis have metal edges? I read somewhere that some models are metal free.
A shopper on Aug 14, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, the Fischer Watea Skis have metal edges. Anything you are reading referring to "no metal" in the construction refers to the core construction of the ski.
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what bindings go with these skis?
A shopper on Nov 29, 2014
Best Answer: Hey there!

Binding choice has a lot to do with the Type of Skier you are (I, II, or III) and what type of skiing you will be doing.

Here are some options for a beginner to intermediate skier:

Make sure to select a binding that works for your skill level and comes with a brake wider than the waist of your ski. The Watea 88 has a waist width of 88mm.
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Nov 30, 2014
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I ski and like 166cm. Would you go to longer 176 or back down to the 160?? Anybody?
Jay Z on Feb 25, 2016
Best Answer: I was skiing with the Watea 78 and it was 174cm I have since purchased the Watea 88 which are 2cm longer. The best advice I can give you is if you are around 6 feet tall you won't notice the difference. If however you like making short choppy turns think about the shorter ski. Hope that's helpful
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