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Fischer Aspire White Skis - Womens


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Description: Fischer Aspire White Skis - Womens

These Fischer Aspire Skis are great for doing their intended purpose of cutting through fresh powder like hot butter on toast! With an eye catching design, these skis are bound to make any girl feel proud as she glides down the slopes with some added style. Lightweight and easy to carry, the Aspire model skis were designed with your long days of shredding in mind, and even feature a fresh profile that prevents you from catching edges. This is certainly not the time to delay, if you want to rip through the snow then the Fischer Aspire Skis have your name on them.

Key Features of Fischer Aspire White Skis:
  • Type: All Mountain
  • Shape: Conventional
  • Ability Level: Beginner-Intermediate
  • Rocker Type: Camber
  • Waist: 67mm
  • Construction: Cap
  • Core Material: Composite
  • Base: Extruded
Length (cm) 150 155 160
Waist Width (cm) 68 70 70

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Good beginner ski, great price
Jen on Dec 30, 2014
Good beginner ski, great price
Jen on Dec 30, 2014
caine c on Oct 25, 2013
caine c on Oct 25, 2013
I noticed there are no product year in the description. Are these skis carried in "the house" brand new or used?
A shopper on Jan 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I just bought the same skis about 2 weeks ago. If memory serves me correctly, they were 2011. The skis were brand new, not even a hole for bindings (so you'll want to buy those separately). I did research on finding the best skis for the best price (for a beginner), and this was what I decided on. I hope you agree, and are just as satisfied! Best of luck to you.
im 5'5" what length ski should I get?
kate b on Dec 10, 2013

I don't know what type of skier (I, II, or III) you are so that makes it hard for me to answer. You are 5'5" or 165cm. A beginner wants skis that, when stood up, fall from your nose to chin. Nose to top of head for advanced/expert level skiers.
IM a type I and I'm 5'2" what would you suggest for me for length and width?
Kate f on Jan 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: 150- 152 if you are around 110 lbs and 5'2in. 70 wide for groomed runs and wider if you get more powder.
What bindings would I buy with these skis?
jJudith C on Nov 30, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hey Judith!

Binding choice has a lot to do with the type of Skier you are (i, II, or III) and what type of skiing you will be doing.

I recommend getting a binding with a brake width 5-10mm wider than the waist width of your ski. The Fischer Aspire has a 70mm waist so a brake width of 75-80mm will work. Make sure to pick out a binding with a DIN Range (tension) you are looking for. For a beginner skier a DIN Range of 3-10 will work well.

These binding will work:
I am 1.73 cm tall and experienced female skier, what size should I get?
Karin G on Feb 16, 2014

Honestly, I think that this ski will be too short for you. We have a 150 and 155cm length and as an expert skier I believe you should be looking for a ski in the 170cm range.

Here are some Fischer options: