Fischer is living up to its reputation with the Fischer Hybrid 7.0 Skis + RSX Z12 Powerrail Bindings. These skis feature Fischer s new Hybrid technology, which offers you the option of switching from a traditional contact point to an all mountain rocker with the click of a switch. So if you're a skier with two souls, constantly torn between on and off piste conditions, we give you the one tool to do it all, the Hybrid 7.0 Skis. Plus, the RSX Z12 Powerrail Bindings feature Full Diagonal and ABS technology that protect your ligaments and tendons in those "yard sale" moments.
Hybrid Rocker Technology With the flick of a switch, Fischer's latest technology allows you to switch from a long radius, traditionally cambered ski perfect for on-piste carving to a rockered tip, shorter radius ski to slay off-piste snow conditions.
All Mountain Rocker A rockered alpine shovel ensures balanced and continuous turn initiation and excellent ski versatility on both groomed slopes and in powder.
Air Carbon TI An extremely lightweight and strong combination of air carbon and titanium guarantees easier handling and optimal performance.
Sandwich Sidewall Construction A wood core combined with ABS sidewalls in a classic sandwich construction provides balanced flex and perfect rebound.
RSX Z12 Powerrail Bindings
Powerrail Binding Plate A further development of Railflex, but wider and lower for improved power transfer and tool-free adjustment
Full Diagonal The 180˚ release reacts in almost all directions to protect ligaments and tendons, particularly in the knee.
ABS Virtually frictionless release of the ski boot from the binding guarantees the highest possible level of safety.
Bindings do not come mounted to the skis. Always have a certified technician mount and adjust the bindings.
|Tip Width (mm)||121||121||121|
|Waist Width (mm)||75||75||75|
|Tail Width (mm)||104||104||104|
|Turning Radius (m)||17|
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Comments about Fischer Hybrid 7.0 Skis + RSX Z12 Powerrail Bindings 2013:
I demoed these skis and was an instant junky, I needed to get my own.