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Fischer RCS Carbonlite Skating Soft Track Ski 12/13

Item# FISN09811

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Born on the World Cup but living at the local nordic center, the Fischer RCS Carbonlite Skating Soft Track Ski makes every gram count. Not really a quiver ski for soft snow conditions, the Soft Track ( or "S-Track") is the go-to universal ski that is fast in all conditions. Far more stable than a true soft track design but In soft and wet conditions these skis avoid pressure peaks that slow you down. 12/13 model.

  • Refined version of the long standing Fischer 610 flex
  • Skating construction with HM carbon laminates to reduce ski tip mass. Requires less effort thanks to reduced pendulum action
  • Multiaxial T300 1K carbon fibre for ski tip, ski tail and as laminate. Extremely tough and minimum weight
  • Arrow-shaped sidecut for improved performance and dynamics especially for the 1:1 skating technique
  • Computer Flex Control (CFC):Skating construction with HM carbon laminates to reduce ski tip mass. Requires less effort thanks to reduced pendulum action
  • Deeper and coarser Plus base structure is ideal for warm and moist conditions
  • Infrared base preparation with fluoride content hot wax. Great gliding properties, and protection against dirt and oxidation
  • NIS plate accepts NNN-NIS bindings. Screw mounted bindings can be installed on top of NIS plate
  • Ski are individually tested. If you require an exact match for body weight, please inquire
Specs
Gender Unisex
Weight 2 lbs 3 oz (980 g) - 187 cm
Dimensions 41, 44, 44 mm
Base type DTG World Cup Plus
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