The Fischer Big Stix 110 Skis are built to shred steep faces, narrow chutes and never-ending pillow lines. With all new shovel geometry, full wood cores and Freeski Rocker technology, this stable yet playful big mountain twin tip was made to rock. Whether you're competing on the Freeski World Tour or just slaying powder at your local resort, the Big Stix 110 has what you need.
Freeski Rocker With 2 to 5 mm of shovel rocker, this profile creates perfect control and continuous balanced turn initiation for fun, energy-saving skiing.
Air Carbon Ultra lightweight and extremely strong high-tech material from the aerospace industry improves handling and performance.
Sandwich Sidewall Construction A wood core is combined with ABS sidewalls in a classic sandwich construction for balanced flex and perfect rebound.
Bindings not included
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.
|Tip Width (mm)||139||139|
|Waist Width (mm)||110||110|
|Tail Width (mm)||124||124|
|Turning Radius (m)||24|
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Comments about Fischer Big Stix 110 Skis 2013:
I demo'd these at a spring demo day at Crystal. Conditions were fast groomers, and later in the day, heavy, and wet mank, chop, mashed potatoes.
Basically, this wide of a ski shouldn't carve as well as this ski does. Obviously the camber under foot is a big factor. But these skis are actually failry light for their size. They were quite decent in the moguls, which were soft due to he warm conditions. I did find some north facing aspects with firmer conditions, and they held an edge fairly well too.
It's easy to get these skis to swing around in tight areas. I put these through a tight tree lined chute, and they turn when you say turn, and you can scrub speed by just turning them to the side.
These are twin tipped, but the rear tip is not so pronounced as on the older Atua models. Very easy to release, and the tail does not feel hooky. I suspect this is due to the slight rocker in the tail.
They are a solid carving ski, with just very minor tip rocker. No real tip flap, and they just hook up when you put them on edge. I think based on my Atua's, and how well those skis do in under 10" of powder, that the Big Stix 110 would be really decent in over a foot of pow.