Pick up the new Speedmax 3D Skate and the Gliding Sidewall is instantly noticeable. Designed to reduce friction resistance that robs competitors of time and speed, the material can actually be waxed to support unheard levels of glide. Cold Base Bonding enables better wax absorption and grindability, while the RACE CODE seal confirms you have World Cup equipment. Optimized for use at 28°F (-2°C) and colder. The sliding sidewall can be prepared with liquid wax.
A hundredth of a second can feel like a lifetime
Sometimes history is decided by a hundredth of a second or a fraction of an inch. With this in mind, the Fischer product team designed Speedmax skis, boots and poles with cutting edge materials and constructions for minimal weight and maximum speed. The Fischer RACE CODE seal is your assurance that Speedmax products are built to World Cup standards.
Speedmax 3D Skate Cold Medium
- Item no. N03519
- Base / Climbing zone World Cup Cold
- Plate IFP
- Construction 610
- Stamp 1Q
- Sidecut OLD 41-44-44
- Weight/Length 1030
- Lengths 181, 186, 191
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