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Fischer Watea 84 Skis

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Type: Powder, All Mountain
Shape: Conventional
Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Rocker Type: Hybrid, Freeski Rocker
Waist: 84mm
Construction: Sandwich
Core Material: Wood
Base: Sintered
Recommended Use: Skiing
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Fischer Watea 84 Skis

The Fischer Watea 84 Skis are perfect for the intermediate to advanced skier who will split their time between the groomed and un-groomed terrain. The Freeski Rocker profile has rocker in the tip and tail, with camber underfoot. The tip rocker helps you float better, gives you a smoother ride in variable conditions, and initiates turns with ease. Camber underfoot provides stability at high speed and excellent edge hold on the groomers. The Sandwich Sidewall Construction with a wood core delivers the ideal combination of performance and durability. If you are an intermediate skier looking for a true all mountain ski, the Fischer Watea 84 will be a great choice for you.

Key Features of Fischer Watea 84 Skis:
  • Sandwich Sidewall Construction
  • Fiber Tech
  • Freeski Rocker
  • Radius 18 m (176 cm Sample Length)
  • Sidecut 126 - 84 - 112 mm
  • Skill Level: 6-9
  • 40% On Piste/60% Off Piste

Watea 84


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Great advancing intermediate ski
Awesome choice for an advancing mono (sit) skier. Soft enough to be forgiving, but a snappy tail to power through turns. Once you can ski this well, you should be able to step up to a firmer expert ski, but this is the one that will help get you there. In a half dozen days, my skiing has gotten much better. It handles everything well, from slush to frozen slush. I was surprised at the hardpack performance for a softer ski. Even once you move on, this will be a nice laid back ski in the quiver when you're skiing with other non-expert skiers. Handles great at lower speeds, and I have yet to find the speed limit, but have likely have had it up to 50 mph.

I really don't care what my skis look like, for all I care there could be Hello Kitties all over therm, however it's surprising how many have commented on the graphics.
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Demoed them today, bought them tonight. Great for an advancing intermediate mono (sit) skier in the west.
Paul S on Mar 5, 2015
Good reviews for an all-mountain ski for a intermediate/expert skiier. Very good price.
Patrick D on Jan 2, 2014
Love the look and ready to try out new wide skis
Roland C on Jan 7, 2014
Personal recommendation (friends)
Michael D on Jan 1, 2014
I'm trying to decide which Watea would be best for me?.. the 84 or the 88. Also what length? I'm 5'10" and weigh about 200lbs and an intermediate skier.
Tim R on Jan 14, 2015
Best Answer: The Watea is a great on-piste ski. The 176 cm ski is probably going to be the best one for your height. As far as width, I've skied both the 84 and 88, and the 84 is noticeably quicker and snappier in and out of turns, which is personally what I like; the 88 will be slower to initiate turns. If it were me, I would definitely go with the 84, and length is more of a personal preference, but at your height, the 176 is probably the better option. On a side note, if you are skiing more off-piste and deeper power, the Watea is NOT the ski to get; you should get a much wider ski.
Reply · Report · Theodore M on Jan 14, 2015
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From - Stuart

What is the difference between this Watea and the other Watea 84 the brown top sheet. There is a difference in price but both have the same width 84 and length 167?

Thanks
stuart b on Feb 9, 2014
Best Answer: The model in the photo is a 2013 model. The models newer than this one are more expensive. I am not sure if they made any changes between the model years beside the top sheet graphics, but the 2013 model is a great ski that I highly recommend.
Reply · Report · Thomas D on Nov 13, 2014
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Do you install bindings on skis?
A shopper on Jan 7, 2014
Best Answer: Had them installed at a ski shop but with right drill not hard. Great skies!
Reply · Report · Paulien R on Jan 8, 2014
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So I have skied for two years now and can make it down most any hill on the mountain. Even though I would still classify myself as a beginner/intermediate, would this ski be
a good purchase for me or should I spend my money on boots before I buy any skis?
Henry H on Jan 3, 2014
Best Answer: This ski would probably be a good choice for you, however, you will need boots as well regardless. Good fitting boots are most important. Go to a well recommended ski shop in your area for expert boot fitting and advise.
Reply · Report · Thomas D on Jan 3, 2014
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What are suggested bindings for these skis?
A shopper on Dec 20, 2013
Best Answer: Bindings really depend on a few different factors -- Skier Type (I, II, or III), where you will be skiing, what type of skiing you will be doing, etc...

If you narrow this down I can help better. Please get back to me.
Reply (1) · Report · Paddy OStaff on Dec 23, 2013
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PLEASE, CAN YOU SHIP THE ITEM TO ITALY?
tHANKS

fISCHER WATEA 84 2013 167CM
A shopper on Sep 24, 2013
Best Answer: We do ship products to Italy, but unfortunately we cannot ship the Fischer Watea 84 Skis there. Check out the International Shipping page for more information » http://www.the-house.com/helpdesk/shipping-information/international-shipping/
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Sep 25, 2013
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What bindings are recommended for this ski? I am an advanced skiier looking at a 176cm length
RACHEL S on Jun 26, 2014
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