Fischer Pro MTN 73 Skis w/ RS10 GW Powerrail Bindings

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Description: Fischer Pro MTN 73 Skis w/ RS10 GW Powerrail Bindings

The Fischer Pro MTN ski package with RS10 GW Powerrail bindings is the perfect combo for entry-level and intermediate skiers, looking to conquer the entire mountain. The Fischer Pro skis are an easy to use ski that will leave a huge smile on your face after every run. Built with rocker at the tip and camber underfoot, this hybrid profile makes for an unforgettable skiing experience. This ski uses a lightweight Air Power core. Reducing the heaviness of the ski and enabling faster and more effective edging. An extruded base make this package durable and able to withstand all winter elements with very little maintenance. The RS10 Powerrail bindings have a din range of 3-10 and are the perfect binding for the job. This winter, come grab the Fischer Pro Mountain 73 Ski package and take you skiing career to new heights.

Key Features of Fischer Pro MTN 73 Skis w/ RS10 GW Powerrail Bindings:
  • Sidecut: 118-73-101
  • Radius: 15.5m @ 165cm
  • Air Power
  • Fiber Tech
  • All Mountain ROCKER
  • Powertrack
  • Weight: 1600 g @ 165cm


RS10 GW Powerrail Bindings:
  • Z-DIN: 3-10
  • Height above ski toe: 28
  • Height above ski heel: 31
  • ISO 5355A
  • ISO 9523 Grip Walk
  • Full Diagonal Toe
  • FRP
  • AFS
  • GW
  • Weight: 1790 g

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    Why is the picture a snowboard and not the skis?
    Daniel on Sep 13, 2019
    BEST ANSWER: The photo should reflect the Fischer Pro MTN 73 skis with RS10 GW Powerrail Bindings, if you are seeing a snowboard it's possible you're seeing a web error.
    What length ski for male 5ft8 200lbs casual intermediate skier?
    Tom E on Apr 28, 2019
    BEST ANSWER: Hey Tom, and ideal size for you would in the Fischer Pro MTN 73 ski would be mid 170's. That will vary based on how you want the ski to respond go on the shorter side for a sharp turning feel and on the longer side if you wanna really extent your turning radius. Hope that helps!

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