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Fischer Ranger FR Skis



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Description: Fischer Ranger FR Skis

With the Ranger FR, anyone can put their passion to the test. The Ranger gets its top backcountry properties and the great stability from its Sandwich Sidewall construction and Freeski ROCKER.

Key Features of Fischer Ranger FR Skis
  • Sidecut: 128-90-116
  • Radius: 13m @ 162cm
  • Sandwich Sidewall Construction
  • Poplar Wood Core
  • Fiber Tech
  • Freeski ROCKER
  • Weight: 1650 g @ 162cm

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Exactly as described but mount a little past center and detune immediately!
I bought the Ranger FR in 172 for the Sierras as well as Colorado. I opted for a smaller than reccomended (184cm/83kg) ski and mounted them 3cm forward with a Tyrolia attack 13 binding on a “rental” track. Excellent ski for nearly everything. The Ranger FR excels in crud but is intuitive and user friendly in all types of snow. I would definitely recommend a detune right out of the box, they’re razor sharp. The 92 width is plenty wide for everything except the deep stuff. A true all mountain freeride ski. They’re perfect for someone who likes to jump off of all the side hits and cornices. Not quite a park rat ski but still super fun.
April 23, 2019
Truckee , CA, US
Age: 25-44
1 year ago

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Is this ski really considered to be for beginner-intermediate skiers...or is it also suitable for someone more advanced (on the lighter side and not overly aggressive)?
Todd W on Apr 22, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hey Todd, as with any ski the level is determined by the skier. The Fischer Ranger FR is very basic in construction making it easy to turn and easy to manipulate torsionally. If you like to ride at speed and on edge this ski really isnt meant for that. Its fine at moderate speed for an entry level or intermediate skier. If you want something with more power I would buy a ski with more structure to it. This would be a step up from that. Still soft enough tip to tail to be nice and forgiving but torsionally more power with the TI top sheet. This will allow you to get over on edge more aggressively and hold that turn longer. Hope that helps!
I am looking at this ski for east coast skiing; mostly piste but some times trees and bump. I am 5'9" 145 lbs in my 50s and generally not looking for speed. i generally prefer skis on the shorter side currently skiing on Blizzard Magnum 8.0 Ca in 164 and Rossignol S3 in 168. Would you recommend the 162 or 172 length?
A shopper on Apr 7, 2019
BEST ANSWER: The Fischer Ranger FR Skis are a great choice! Based on what you've shared and that you prefer a shorter ski for easier turns I would recommend going with the 162cm length. Your general size range is between a 161cm and a 167cm ski but based on the conditions you will be in the shorter of the two sizes will work best.
Hello ..... Haven’t received an answer to my question yet. Will I get a response this weekend?
Dean P on Mar 9, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Odd, your questions was answered a few days after you asked it. Yes the Fisher Ranger FR Skis would be a great step up into the next level of skiing.
Hi... I’m fro Canada ... just wondering if these are good skis for someone who is just getting into that intermediate range..?
Dean P on Mar 9, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Yes these are great for intermediate skiers. They are versatile enough to float through powder being 90mm underfoot yet still carve well on frontside groomers.