Fischer RC4 Power Ti

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FischerRC4 Power Ti Test ski
FischerRC4 Power Ti - ski test review


150, 155, 160, 165, 170, 175


116-68-100 @ 165


14m @ 165

Best for:

A skier who is always tweaking carves, but really knows how to rip.

Compare with:

Stöckli Montero AR, Rossignol Forza 60, Elan Primetime 55

 At first glance, this looks like a race ski. It shares the same bright yellow paint job and RC4 initials as Fischer’s World Cup skis, and the dimensions and raised binding plate suggest a board that can grip ice with the best of them. But feedback, from big and small testers, focused mostly on words like “fun” and “easy.” Its full sheet of Titanal paired with a beech and poplar wood core performed best for skiers with a lead foot, but mellower advanced skiers found its sweet spot, too. “Very quick from edge to edge with a strong, stable feel,” said Chris Grover. “But not too stiff and still manageable in the bumps.” “Bring some carving skills to this ski and it will power you into the next level, while putting a smile on your face,” said Jennifer Crabtree. “Great on-piste ski and crosses over nicely to off-piste. A beautiful carving ski.” 

Ryan Stuart
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