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Fischer Koa 98 Skis - Womens

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Type: Powder, All Mountain
Shape: Twin Tip
Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Rocker Type: Hybrid, Freeski Rocker
Construction: Sandwich
Core Material: Wood
Base: Sintered
Recommended Use: Skiing
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Fischer Koa 98 Skis - Womens

Hot turns in cool powder! Precise control in powder, crud, and on groomers. Versatile womens all mtn twintip. Freeski ROCKER technology.

Key Features of the Fischer Koa 98 Skis:
  • Sandwich Sidewall Construction
  • Carbon Tech
  • Freeski Rocker
  • Radius 19 m (176 cm Sample Length)
  • Sidecut 130 - 98 - 122 mm
  • Skill Level: 7-9
  • 10% On Piste/90% off Piste

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Waited for sale I think will be a great pair of skis
Kathleen R on Jan 6, 2014
Reviews say that these skis are good for advanced skiers, and perform well in crud, mixed snow, powder, moguls, and are lightweight.
SANDY H on Dec 5, 2013
Hi Do you ship to England? Could you let me know what the cost would be including bindings and postage? thanks a lot, kirtsie
kirstie t on Nov 18, 2014
Best Answer: Kirstie,
Good Day! We love to ship to England, and Fischer's products are able to be shipped internationally. The cost will depend on a couple options. Take a look at our international shipping page to determine the cost, or contact our customer service people at: custserv@the-house.com
To the U.K.: http://www.the-house.com/helpdesk/shipping-information/international-shipping/
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Nov 19, 2014
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Hi, do you think that these skis in the 176 cm length would be suitable for me? I am 187 cm tall (6.1) , and weigh 64 kilos (140 lbs). I would say that I am a intermediate skier.
Lauren H on Aug 10, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, probably just fine. I'm fairly short (5'3", 135 lbs), so I decided to go with the 166's. At your height, the length of your legs is probably helpful in dealing with a longer ski, but you're not very heavy so 166's will still be adequate. I'd say you should consider what type of snow you'll be on most of the time, and also how ambitious you are. If you're mostly skiing powder and crud/off-piste, you're expecting to do a lot of skiing and be working at improving your skills, definitely go with the 176's. But if you'll be primarily cruising on the groomers and hard-pack, or you'll just be doing the odd day here and there, or are expecting your skills to stay about the same, then you'll have lots of fun on the 166's. Fischer skis tend to be pretty responsive and manoueverable, so don't worry too much about going with the 176's.
Reply · Report · Heidi B on Oct 24, 2014
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If I weight 120 pounds and brought the 166cm do you think it would be a lot more difficult?
karinab on Dec 23, 2013
Best Answer: The "difficulty" of the ski has a lot to do with your Skier Type (I, II, or III) and your height. Let em know and I can help further.
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Dec 30, 2013
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Would the Atomic FFG 10 work well on this ski?
Sandy H on Dec 5, 2013
Best Answer: The Atomic FFG 10 will work with a brake width of 100mm because the Fischer Koa 98 has a waist of 98mm, though I typically recommend a brake width 5-10mm wider than the ski waist. Many of my bindings are just barley bigger than my skis waist and it has worked out perfectly for me. Hope this helps. Happy Winter!
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Dec 9, 2013
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So I really love these skis but I have NO idea what bindings to buy? I haven't bought skis in years and don't know where to start.
A shopper on Jan 20, 2014
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