Fischer Motive 80 Skis w/ RSX 12 Bindings
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Fischer Motive 80 Skis w/ RSX 12 Bindings

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Type: All Mountain
Shape: Conventional
Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Rocker Type: Rocker
Construction: Sandwich
Core Material: Wood
Base: Sintered
Din Range: 3-10
Brake Width: 80mm
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Fischer Motive 80 Skis w/ RSX 12 Bindings

Carve around on the groomers with the Fischer Motive 80 Skis with Rsx 10 Bindings Anthracite/ Smoke for men. These skis have ample side cut which will allow great turns down the mountain whether it is groomer conditions or for poking around off the marked trails. The wood core makes these skis more forgiving than a synthetic core. Along with the Air Carbon features, this ski is lighter making it easier to toss around on the mountain and get to and from the lift. These skis also come complete with bindings all at a reasonable price.

Key Features of the Fischer Motive 80 Skis:
  • Sandwich Sidewall Construction
  • Air Carbon
  • Wood Core
  • All Mountain Rocker
  • Radius: 17m (175cm Sample Length)
  • Sidecut: 122 - 80 - 110mm
  • Skill Level: 6-9
  • 50% On Piste/ 50% Off Piste

Motive 80/RSX 12


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All Mountain Ski for the Eastern Skier
I was able to Demo this Ski before purchase. Never Skiing A wider,rocker-tipped ski, I was pleasantly surprised at how well it worked in the crud and loose snow conditions. My follow up on harder snow again proved satisfactory results. Please don't expect lightning quick edge to edge response on hard snow this is a somewhat wider and softer ski. It does work well for the Eastern skier who likes a little wider ski for the occasional snowstorm but still needs a ski to work in the harder and icy conditions that are common here in PA. I shopped around for the Fischer Motive 80 looking for a leftover deal and The House delivered. Thank
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February 5, 2014
Purchased
1 year ago
All Mountain Ski for the EAST
Recent Demo of the Fischer Motive 80 prompted purchase. The conditions I ski are mainly hardpack and ice where this ski works well. Don't expect lightning quick edge-to-edge performance from this somewhat wide and softer ski. It shines in crud and soft snow conditions where it floats thru with great stability. It proved to be an absolute blast in the 7�� of snow we recently received in PA. Very pleased overall, and the price offered here by The House is an unbeatable value. No regrets, still smiling after 3 outings
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February 7, 2014
Purchased
1 year ago
Awesome All Mountain Ski for everywhere!
I bought the Motive 80s midway through this season. I am so far beyond impressed that I�ve convinced a few friends to pick up a set, too. These skis are so stable at higher speeds and really want to carve on the groomers. It�s almost effortless! They�re legit all-mountain skis you can go anywhere and do just about anything with. You can�t go wrong with these
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May 12, 2014
Great ski and great value.
I'm fairly new but capable in downhill. Pretty much fell in love with carving up the hill from the start. This line was getting good reviews for what I wanted in a ski and The House's price couldn't be beat. Couldn't be happier with the ski. I got them a little later in the season and despite the changing snow conditions they gave me confidence to keep pushing myself. The transitions in and out of turns are so smooth and they plow through any crud I've seen so far. It's a really nice ski.
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November 24, 2014
MN, US
Age: 25-44
Ability Level:
Intermediate
Great snag
I snagged these for a great price and haven't had a chance after one season to get them on off slope mtns---injury unrelated to skiing. They worked great on the Magic Mile, and give you a good stable platform and a work out for your legs (I had the longest size). Felt very comfortable and the bindings were very reliable without having to second guess them. Great value and construction and hold up well to the rigors of the insults thrown at them
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November 11, 2014
Purchased
1 year ago
Ability Level:
Intermediate

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good reviews of skis on other sites. Brand name certainly played a part.
Looked up the-house on BBB, orderly website, easy to navigate.
Catherine R on Jan 8, 2015
The make and model. I have been looking for an 80 waisted all mountain ski. I liked the reviews for this model and the price is an extremely good value.
Kenyatte B on Feb 23, 2014
After researching various skis I was interested in I found the Fischer Motive 80 in 168cm with RSX 12 Powerrail Wide Bindings at The House online was a terrific ski at a fantastic price. No other online price was even close for this ski package Thanks !!
ANTONIO C on Apr 7, 2014
Wanted to be at the 80mm under foot. Slightly better performance in powder for an all mountain ski at that width. Fantastic price buying on President's Day. Thanks.
Todd J on Feb 17, 2014
I am a 52 yr old man 5'7" 140lbs. I have been snowboarding for the last 12 years and am going to start skiing with my 7 yr old son. I want a pair of skis for New England hard packed conditions. I would mostly ski on groomed trails and would like a pair of skis that I can make quick turns with and that would grab on hard packed conditions. First of all what size should I be looking for? I am an intermediate skier. Would 161 be too big for me? And would the Fischer Motive 80 Skis be a good choice? Or if you could recommend another ski I would appreciate it.
Ed R on Jan 14, 2015
Best Answer: This is a very light and flexible ski. This is not a stiff ski at all - it's almost bouncy. Honestly, I didn't care for these skis and only skied in them for one season, but I'm not an intermediate skier. They didn't hold up well for me through carved turns and steep hills; I just didn't find them stiff enough. I think for what you want to do with them, they will be a good ski for you. Just be ready for a very flexible core. But they're very light, quick to turn and perfect for groomed runs. Also, since you've been boarding so long, you might get some twin tipped skis so you can ski backwards - especially if you are skiing some green runs with a child. I'm 5'7" and 145 lbs. and I ski on 163's. 161's would be fine for you, or, if you're more comfortable, then go a bit shorter. I tried to buy shorter skis, but they weren't available.
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What year/model is this ski, 2014?
A shopper on Feb 27, 2014
Best Answer: 2013.
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I am very interested in this set up. I am 44 yrs, 6 foot and 200lbs. I ski mostly blue and black runs. Would this set up work for me? If so, what size skis would you recommend? Also, I can not find any info on these bindings. Could you help me with that?
A shopper on Jan 19, 2015
Best Answer: I am an advanced intermediate (blues and blacks, occasional double black), 5 foot 7 inches tall 170lbs. I purchased and currently ski on the Motive 80 168cm skis with RSX 10 bindings. The RSX 10 bindings max out at a 10 DIN setting but this was not an issue for me, I set my bindings lower than 10. I ski in the east (NY). The skis and bindings work great for me. Slightly stiffer than my alternate set that get very little use now. This package is a great deal for a sidewall construction ski.

I would suggest the 182cm motive 80 or if you like a slightly shorter ski length the 175cm.
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I', 5'7", 200 Lb, what length should I get?
mtip80 on Aug 11, 2014
Best Answer: People tend to ski on skis that are too long. The Men's World Cup was won on 155's. If you're 5'7", I'd get nothing longer than 161. The general guide is that the ski, when stood on end, should rise between your chin and forehead. There is a link below the size options, written in blue, for sizing and fit. Click on it - and there's another way to decide what length you want to buy. Also, if you like a very stiff ski, I wouldn't get this particular ski.
Reply · Report · KO F on Oct 23, 2014
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are these bindings mounted or do I have to mount the binding on the powerrail?
andy s on Nov 19, 2013
Best Answer: Unfortunately, we can not mount skis due to liability and the difficulty involved without the skier and ski boots on site. The House recommends taking your equipment; boots, skis and bindings, to your local and trusted ski shop to be mounted by a certified professional.
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Dec 4, 2013
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Is this the 2014 model? Also, as I need shipping to Canada, can you shipping system hand brokerage fees and duties taxes involved? I don't want to be hit with a surprise once it is delivered.. Thanks.. Tony
Tony N on Feb 27, 2014
Best Answer: Tony,

This is the 2013 Fischer Motive 80 Skis. They are great carver skis. You can really lean them over on edge.

Here is our international shipping info:
http://www.the-house.com/helpdesk/shipping-information/international-shipping/

Hope this helps.
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I'm looking to transition to a newer ski from a 2001 Salomon XScream (106-68-96). Should I be concerned about moving from a ski with a 68cm waist to this ski with an 80mm waist or would I be better off moving to something like the Motive 76? I'm an advanced intermediate skier.
A shopper on Jan 5, 2014
Best Answer: The ski is a little more flexible than I would have liked - having moved from super stiff Rossignol racing skis - but I have adjusted to these and am enjoying skiing on them. The added flexibility makes your edges feel a bit different; there's more forgiveness in the edge, making them float more on the snow rather than dig into it. As for the width, they're very easy to turn, and I don't think that the wider girth is going to affect your ability to turn, no matter your turning style. This ski is lighter than what I was skiing on, and that has been fun as they're less arduous to maneuver. Also, regarding the width under your arch, the ski is so much wider at the tips that it almost looks like a powder ski. So you're still getting that difference in the sidecut, which is why they still will turn so easily despite the 80mm. Bottom line is I'm liking these skis, though I needed to adjust to them. BTW, the Motive 76 is a beginner ski, isn't it?
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