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SKU-8970fitra8017zz-fischer-skis Fischer Transalp 80 Skis from Altrec  sku

Fischer Transalp 80 Skis - 8970fitra8017zz-fischer-skis by Fischer

Item description: This Hiking Skis product is by Fischer - With an 80 mm waist it has a sensational weight of only 950 grams at 163 cm. Fully equipped with Paulownia Air Tec Titanal, Aeroshape and Tour ROCKER. A hot 950 g – and with a touring ski with very good performance and SW Sidewall Construction. This makes the Transalp 80 ideal for consecutive, long climbs which have to be overcome on the way to the highest peak. And the ski is 163 cm long – has the makings of a record, don''t you think With the 118-80-104 sidecut you ski a radius of 17.5 m (ski length 170 cm with the Transalp 80. The ski stands out with awesome turns in terrain as a result. The Tour ROCKER is an indispensable feature of the Transalp 80. The shorter contact length of the ski is designed for extreme conditions such as those you encounter on long touring stages. This means the ski is easy to turn and saves energy in all situations. Weight: 950g @ 163cm Radius: 17.5m @ 170cm Sidecut: 118-80-104 Rocker Length & Height: vo 290/2 hi: 110 Carbon-Stringers Air Tech TI Tour Rocker Aeroshape Extruded Bases Sandwich Construction Paulownia Wood Core SW-Cap... Learn More

Manufacturer: Fischer

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