Fischer Watea 88 Skis
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Fischer Watea 88 Skis

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Type: Powder, Alpine Touring
Shape: Twin Tip
Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Rocker Type: Hybrid, Rocker/Camber/Rocker
Waist: 88mm
Construction: Sandwich, Sidewall
Core Material: Wood, Wood w/ Carbon
Base: Sintered
Recommended Use: Skiing, Telemarking
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Fischer Watea 88 Skis

The Fischer Watea 88 is built with freedom in mind. With Freeski Rocker technology, these skis are incredibly versatile and will take you anywhere on the mountain. The Watea 88 has the width to handle crud and crust, all the while maintaining edge to edge quickness. A powder hull offers the ability to split time on and off piste, giving you enough float to hit powder while keeping a solid edge grip.

Key Features of the Fischer Watea 88 Skis:
  • Radius: 19m
  • Sidecut: 128-88-115
  • Skill Level: 7-9
  • 30% On Piste/70% Off Piste
  • Freeski Rocker
  • I-Beam
  • Sandwich Sidewall construction
  • Powder Hull
  • Wood Core

Watea 88

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The ski handles very well on the hard pack with goo d grip and no chatter.
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November 5, 2014
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Skied on 6 different skis on saturday and the watea's put the smile on my face
Karl M on Dec 16, 2013
Do these skis have metal edges?
A shopper on Aug 13, 2014
Best Answer: Of course they have metal edges. They are pure alpine stock. I rock telemark bindings on mine, and put them through a lot of nastiness, and they perform well. Nice and light, flexible in the rough, but torsionally stiff and responsive when you lay them over. I'll replace them with another pair when I have broken their backs completely :)
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