Excursion 88 Crown/Skin

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Excursion 88 Crown/Skin
Excursion 88 Crown/Skin

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Lengths

Length recommendation
  • Weight per Ski

    2.280g/179cm

  • Base / Climbing zone

    Sintec / Offtrack Crown / Easy Skin

N52018

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Backcountry skiers looking for the benefits of a slightly wider ski have the perfect choice with the Excursion 88. Nordic Rocker, steel edges, and Offtrack Crown enable steady progress. Quickly adding Easy Skins flattens out the uphills.

The easiest way to attach climbing skins

A combination of adhesion and click-in-place for reliable grip and straightforward attachment and removal. The material mix of mohair and nylon glides perfectly, is very durable and grips particularly well.

Details

Item no. N52018
  • Weight per Ski

    2.280g/179cm

  • Base / Climbing zone

    Sintec / Offtrack Crown / Easy Skin

Technologies

The Excursion 88 Crown/Skin uses the following technologies:

SPEED GRINDING
SPEED GRINDING

Universal stone grinding for perfect gliding properties in all snow conditions.

Nordic Rocker Camber
Nordic Rocker Camber

Slightly opened ski tips for perfect gliding properties in unprepared terrain. Enables lighter turning with less effort.

Steel Edge
Steel Edge

Narrow steel edge along the entire length of the ski. Guarantees constant edge contact on every surface.

Air Tec Steel Edge
Air Tec Steel Edge

Air channels combined with new, very light wood types. Weight-optimised core for steel edge skis.

Offtrack Crown & Easy Skin
Offtrack Crown & Easy Skin

Exclusive climbing system combination for steel edge skis. If Offtrack Crown no longer grips in steep terrain, it's time for Fischer Easy Skin. Like a switch-on all –wheel drive.

Reviews

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2020-09-18

Good ski; not great

The 88 ski has too much camber for turning. It is best for rolling terrain. This is a compromise ski: you can do telemark turns on this ski, but the excessive camber means that your turns require concentration. Kick and Glide is good. I really like the skin system. This ski would have been better with less camber; in my view, this ski does not need more side cut.