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Fischer Hybrid 10.0 Skis

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Description: Fischer Hybrid 10.0 Skis

Not that you would ever have buyer's remorse about a rockered ski, but if you are not quite sold on the concept, the Fischer Hybrid 10.0 Skis are your answer. The 10.0, like the rest of the Hybrid series, allows you to rocker the tip of a traditionally cambered ski with the flick of a switch that tensions a metal band. If you are carving trenches in the groomers, leave it in camber mode. If you want to rip some trees and bumps, switch to rocker. This is one ski that truly gives you the best of both worlds.

Key Features of Fischer Hybrid 10.0 Skis
  • Sandwich Sidewall Construction
  • Air Carbon TI 0.5
  • Wood Core
  • All Mountain Rocker
  • Radius 23m (182cm Sample Length)
  • Sidecut: 136/ 105/ 124mm
  • Skill Level: 9-10

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Good All around ski
This ski is a good all around ski that is not demanding but is still pretty stable at high speeds. It's not an icy or really firm snow ski but for the waist width performs admirably in those conditions. The adjustable rocker feature really does work, it makes the ski slide easily in the pow and chop when engaged but when cambered the ski carves nicely and will lay trenches in all but the hardest snow. It's very damp and smooth but has good rebound and likes good technique and a more centered stance. It's not a charging ski but it is stable when going fast.
My quiver: 184 Salomon Sentinel, 177 Head Rev 90, 188 Volkl P40, & 182 Fischer Hybrid 10.0
February 9, 2015
Frisco, CO, US
Age: 25-44

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Ryan J Dieken on Nov 17, 2018
Ryan J Dieken on Nov 17, 2018
Christian O on Sep 10, 2018
Christian O on Sep 10, 2018
Do they come with bindings?
A shopper on Feb 18, 2019
BEST ANSWER: They come with the flat mounts. You would need to buy the bindings in the ski/snowboarding shop (if you are local).
What year are these skis?
A shopper on Oct 27, 2018
These skis are from the 2013 season.