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Fischer Ranger 92 Ti (2020)

Fischer Ranger 92 Ti (2020)

4x interest free payments of $243.73
171cm
178cm
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Description

Since it's release, the Ranger series has been known for it's progressive design and unique layup. Unchanged since, the Ranger series has just received a massive overhaul for this season. With slightly thicker sidewalls and a beefier build, the new range provides more stability and power in variable conditions. They still retain the balance between being able to be pushed and being able to be skidded or tossed around easily and quickly in tricky situations.

When you're carving on trail on the Ranger 92 Ti, you'd think it was a much narrower ski. Then dip off trail, you'll be blown away by how well it handles soft and variable snow. This is a great option for the people who enjoy carving as much as freeriding and want something that won't demand too much. The Free Milled titanium inserts make the Ranger series stand out from the crowd. By having the titanium sheets tip to tail, Fischer is able to achieve maximum stability and dampening characteristics. While most titanium inserts add weight, these milled sheets come in at a fraction of the normal weight. This makes the skis predictable and confidence inspiring in sub-par conditions. The Freeski Rocker gives these skis incredible float in powder and helps to guide the ski smoothly through crudier snow. Unlike most rockered tips that can have too much chatter, the Carbon Nose design quiets out vibrations and unwanted flex all while saving weight. For those skiers looking for a narrower all mountain option that's capable in all conditions, look no further!

Gnomes Comments:  The Fischer Ranger 92 Ti rails groomers as well as it floats in powder! It's even light enough to consider mounting with your favorite touring bindings for a durable backcountry setup.


Features & Specs

Binding: Flat ski (add a binding)

Category: All Mountain Freeride

Geometry: 126/91/116

Radius: 17m @ 178cm  

Weight: 1850g/ski @ 178cm  

Performance Levels: 5 6 7 8 9


Free Milled Titanium

These inserts provide extra stability and dampening without adding unwanted weight. The perfect balance between weight and performance.

Shaped TI

The specially shaped inserts give the ski the desired properties without giving up the minimalistic shape that the Rangers are known for.

Freeski Rocker
The shorter contact length of the ski ensures that turn initiation is easier and requires less effort. Five different types: All Mountain ROCKER, Freeski ROCKER, Tour ROCKER, On Piste ROCKER, Hybrid ROCKER

Carbon Nose
Ultra slim shovel with carbon inlay improves maneuverability at high stability.

Air Carbon TI 0.8
Ultra-lightweight and extremely strong high-tech material from the aerospace industry. Improves handling and performance.

Aeroshape
Special lightweight design for extreme torsion stability.

Beech Poplar Wood Core
Stability combined with lightness for balanced flex.

Sandwich Sidewall Construction
Wood core combined with ABS sidewalls in a classic Sandwich Construction for balanced flex and perfect rebound.

Sintered Bases
Sintered bases have exceptional waxing properties and a very long service life.


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SKIS

Ski Buying Guide

Skis come in many different shapes and sizes and are designed for a wide range of abilities and terrain. Maximise your enjoyment on snow by using the guide below to help you select the perfect ski.

1
Select your performance level Select your performance level

 

Below is our performance level guide. Each ski we offer displays a performance indicator to help you select the correct ski.

  1. You have skied once or twice and enjoyed it so much you want to continue.

  2. You can master simple turns as well as stopping on the learner’s slopes, but still need more lessons to improve.

  3. You are starting to link turns on the intermediate slopes and want to get to the next level as fast as possible.

  4. At the intermediate plateau, you are linking turns from top to bottom in good conditions. If snow conditions are not perfect, you don’t feel as confident.

  5. You are linking turns confidently in most snow conditions on groomed runs, although steeper terrain gives you some trouble. You mainly use medium speeds and mid radius turns.

  6. You can ski at variable speeds all over the mountain, but deep snow, icy conditions, moguls, and very steep slopes slow you down. You can use a variety of turn shapes.

  7. 80% of the mountain is well within your grasp! With a great level of technique and style, you are thinking about spending more time off-trail.

  8. You are a confident skier in all conditions. You like to spend most of your time off trail at the club fields or you love carving at high speeds on the steeper terrain on-trail.

  9. You are an expert skier in all conditions. You love the sport and ski hard and fast all the time. You can tack all-terrain with aggression and top technique.

  10. Professional skier. You don’t need us, you get paid to ski.

 


2
Ski Type Ski Type

 

Skis sit under different categories. The snow type or terrain you spend most of your time skiing on determines which ski would suit you the best.  We have defined each ski category below to help you understand what ski you should be looking for.
 
Freeride
This category is designed for the skier looking to get off the groomed trails as often as possible to look for fresh snow.  They tend to have a slightly wider geometry (usually 88mm wide and over under the foot). This gives them more floatation in soft snow plus extra stability in chop.  Freeride skis typically have a longer radius so they aren’t catchy in varied conditions and also feature longer rocker profiles.  The wider the ski the larger the rocker profile.
 

All Mountain
All Mountain skis have a deeper side cut than a freeride ski to give a greater carving sensation on groomed trails.  The construction is often stiffer torsionally, which provides better edge grip on firm snow.  All-mountain skis tend to be under 90mm wide underfoot and provide a more versatile option to a pure on-piste carver.  These skis are bred from on-piste carvers, but with slightly wider geometry.
 

Frontside / On-Piste
On-piste skis are at home on smooth, groomed trails.  They tend to have a narrow waist for fast edge-to-edge response.  These carvers have a deep sidecut for ease of turning, are stiff torsionally for great edge hold, and have a snappy tail for power out of the turn.
 

Freestyle
These skis are developed for park, pipe, or hitting natural features.  Freestyle skis are designed to perform tricks in the air or on features.  The skis are designed with turned up tails (twin tips) that allow the skier to land backwards (switch/fakie).  The tips and tails are often softer to help with absorbing landings, but also give good rebound or pop.
 

Race
Race skis are the ultimate in performance, designed to be skied on the firm groomed trails at high speeds.  The edge hold on a race ski is second to none due to it's solid construction.  They require a very aggressive and technical skier to be able to control them.
 

Backcountry
Backcountry skis are also referred to as alpine touring skis. These are designed for going uphill as well as down. They are lightweight and will easily fit climbing skins.
 

Big Mountain
Big mountain skis are designed for charging big lines with high speeds and big airs. These skis come in different widths from wide, powder-oriented skis to narrower, mixed condition skis for charging at your home mountain.

 


3
Waist Width Waist Width

 

This is one of the most crucial numbers when selecting skis.  This measurement corresponds to the terrain/snow pack you will be most likely skiing on.  A wider waisted ski is better for flotation in soft snow, but can be harder to manage on firm conditions.  A narrow waist ski offers quick edge-to-edge performance, but less stability in rough conditions.


70-79mm
These dimensions under foot are best for the skier that is dedicated to on-piste and usually on firmer snow.  The narrow waist offers quick edge-to-edge response and better power transfer that delivers higher levels of edge hold on ice.  Best for aggressive on-trail skiers looking for high angle carving.


80-89mm
This waist range offers more stability to the ski.  The extra width acts as a stable platform when the snow gets a little rough or cut up on groomers.  It shines on firm snow and is best for the majority of on-piste skiers.


90-99mm
This is at the narrower end of the freeride skis.  These skis offer the most versatility in the fact they can handle carving medium turns on-trail and are just as happy skiing off-trail in untracked snow, bumps, and steeps.  When the snow is deep, a wider ski surfs much better.


100-109mm
Wider freeride skis offer more flotation in deep snow, plus the extra width provides maximum stability when charging through rough unprepared terrain at speed.


110mm+
This width is designed for the skier that spends all their time freeriding in soft snow.  They are harder to manage on firmer piste and often have longer radii.   This wide platform is the ultimate for flotation in deep powder and keeps the skier on the surface.

 


4
Turn Radius Turn Radius

 

The turn radius of a ski is usually measured in meters. The narrower a ski’s waist is in relation to its tip and tail, the shorter the turn radius. A ski with a short turn radius will make quicker turns, while a ski with a long turn radius will turn slowly, but is typically more stable at high speeds.


Short Radius = under 16m
Medium Radius = 16m - 21m
Long Radius = over 21m

 


5
Ski Length Ski Length

 

There are many different factors when selecting the correct ski length. Height and weight are the starting point.  Other considerations to take into account are the category of ski you are buying, the rocker profile of the ski, the snow conditions you aim to ski on, and your ability level. 
ski height chart


Frontside or on-piste skis have a short turn radius and are designed to be skied shorter.  All-mountain skis have a slightly wider waist width and are designed to be skied a little longer than carving skis for added stability in variable terrain.  Freeride and backcountry skis are designed to be skied between eye and head height depending on rocker profile.


Reasons to go shorter:

  • You are lighter than average for your height
  • You prefer shorter turns
  • You ski on-trail most of the time
  • You are not an aggressive or fast skier

Reasons to go longer:

  • You ski hard and fast
  • You prefer longer turns
  • Your weight is above average for your height
  • You ski off-trail in variable conditions
  • You are looking at a ski with a long rocker profile

We have a complete range of demo skis at our Darfield store. More info here.

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