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Fischer Koa Jr. Skis - Kids, Youth

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Type: All Mountain
Shape: Conventional
Ability Level: Beginner-Intermediate
Rocker Type: Camber
Construction: Monocoque
Core Material: Composite
Base: Extruded
Recommended Use: Skiing
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Fischer Koa Jr. Skis - Kids, Youth

For fun-loving youngsters this entry-level ski for piste and powder is where it's at.

Key Features of the Fischer Koa Jr. Skis:
  • Sidecut: 100 - 67 - 85
  • Radius: 4 m / 80 cm
  • 80% On piste/20% Off Piste
  • Air Power
  • Fiber Tech

Koa Jr.


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solid trad kids ski
Bought these in 110cm for our 7yr old daughter who's an intermediate skier. Flex and shape were perfect for her light weight and improving turns at medium speed. Good edge grip on hardpack/icy conditions too. She said they were comfortable and easy to turn and she liked the colours and design.
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October 13, 2014
From Sydney, NSW, AU
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11 months ago

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I ski and snowboard and these are great skis that are light and short for throwing spins.
Q U on Jun 23, 2014
I picked these for my 10 year old daughter. I liked the colors which will sort of match her other skiing gear. Hopefully our son will wear it when old enough too.
Michal H on Dec 27, 2013
price price price, good deal !
Rachel W on Jan 25, 2014
What size bindings or what recommended bindings would work if I bought these skis in 150 cm?
Hannah F on Jan 20, 2014
Best Answer: Hey Hannah,

Bindings depend on more than just the ski. Call in and ask for sales, we'll get you into the correct ones for you.
Reply · Report · Chad SStaff on Nov 17, 2014
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when can i get it and is it safe the web ?
A shopper on Oct 8, 2014
Best Answer: The Fisher Koa Jr. Skis are great for the little lady ripper. Here is a link to our US Shipping Info: http://www.the-house.com/helpdesk/shipping-information/us-shipping/

And of course we are safe to order from. We protect our customers and provide them with all they need to get a smile on their face when getting radical outside. Have a stellar winter!
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Oct 9, 2014
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What kind of bindings should I get?
A shopper on Feb 10, 2014
Best Answer: We got these.... http://www.the-house.com/sa1t575wh12zz-salomon-ski-bindings.html for the 110cm length and they work great.
Reply · Report · Kris C on Feb 10, 2014
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Do they have a metal edge?
A shopper on Nov 25, 2013
Best Answer: Yes the Fischer Koa Jr. Skis have metal edges.
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Dec 6, 2013
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Do the come with bindings? If not, I will need bindings for my 5 year old beginner. She is 40 lbs under 4 foot.
Bill W on Dec 30, 2013
Best Answer: No, they are sold without bindings. You can buy them separately and to have them professionally installed by your local ski shop. I thought to install them by myself, but it turns out it is not so easy, and it is not safe to do it if you never did that before. It requires some special tools, materials and skill.
They charged me $80 for the installation. They also offered waxing and edging (or something like that), for additional $39, but we declined, as these are important but not mandatory, you can do without that, especially for a beginner skier.
Good luck.
Reply · Report · Boryana P on Jan 3, 2014
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i cant tell in this pic are these twin tips?
A shopper on Dec 3, 2013
Best Answer: No, the Fischer Koa Jr. Skis are not twin tips. They feature a modern take on the traditional box tail. This allows power through the turn, solid hold, and a gentle release from the arc.
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Dec 5, 2013
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