By FISCHER

Carbonlite Skate Cold Stiff IFP Ski

$850.00

SKU: 249975
A proven top performer, the Carbonlite Skate now features Cold Base Bonding, which provides improved wax absorption and base grindability for maximum speed. Optimized for use at 28°F (-2°C) and colder.

Details

Item no. N10619
  • WEIGHT PER SKI

    1.060g/186cm

  • BASE / CLIMBING ZONE

    World Cup Cold

Air Core HM Carbon

The latest from the World Cup: Proven Air Core material - the most successful ski core with over 80% air content for extremely light weight combined with highly modular carbon fibres.

CFC - Computer Flex Control

For racers. Minimises differences in residual tension and camber pressure. Top climbing and kick performance.

Cold Base Bonding

The revolution in ski making: Speedmax technology to protect the homogeneous molecular structure of the base for perfect wax absorption. Guarantees maximum speed.

DTG World Cup Cold

Cold grinding finish from the World Cup. The very flat structure is best suited for very cold temperature and particularly fine snow conditions.

FCF - Fischer Carbon Fiber

Multiaxial T300 1K carbon fibre. High strength and minimum weight laminate.

Finish First

The finishing touch now comes from Finish First: the term that covers and unites all the individual technological steps in the course of the final treatment of the base.

Hole Ski Tip

Skating construction with composite material to reduce ski tip mass. Requires less effort thanks to reduced swingweight.

Precision Pairing System

The next generation in ski pairing: fully automatic dynamic measurements of a multitude of pairing criteria ensures precise ski choice and optimised pairing.

Prewaxed

Infrared preparation with fluoride-content hot wax. Best gliding properties, protection against dirt and oxidation. Powered by VAUHTI.

Race Code

The RACE CODE label of quality guarantees technological lead for professionals and ambitious skiers, direct from Fischer’s racing department.

Sidecut World Cup Skate

Arrow-shaped sidecut for improved performance and dynamics especially for the 1:1 skating technique.

Skating 115

Special camber and snow contact points further apart from each other mean increased stability and a more powerful kick action on hard snow.