Carbonlite Skate H-Plus X-Stiff

Carbonlite Skate H-Plus X-Stiff

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Top performance at World Cup level: the Carbonlite Skate H-Plus offers a base and optimized Plus finish from the World Cup. At -10°C and warmer and in hard conditions the RACE CODE model stands out through extremely easy skiing and optimum tracking characteristics.

Carbonlite Skate H-Plus X-Stiff

Lengths

N11017

Features

  • Item no. N11017
  • Stamp 15
  • Construction 115
  • Weight/Lenth 980g / 186cm
  • Ski core AIR CORE CARBONLITE
  • Base / Climbing zone WC Plus
  • Sidecut 41-44-44
  • Lengths 191

Technologies

AIR CORE CARBONLITE
AIR CORE CARBONLITE

The lightest material from Fischer: bidirectional Air Core technology with multiaxial carbon fabric for under 500 g per ski and top performance.

DTG WORLD CUP PLUS
DTG WORLD CUP PLUS

Deeper and coarser Plus structure, ideal for warm and moist conditions. Produced using natural diamond.

FINISH FIRST
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
HOLE SKI TIP

Skating construction with HM carbon laminates to reduce ski tip mass. Requires less effort thanks to reduced pendulum action.

POWER EDGE
POWER EDGE

Reinforced ski chassis ensures longer service life. Homogeneous pressure distribution ensures uniform wax wear.

PRECISION PAIRING SYSTEM
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
PREWAXED

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

SIDECUT WORLD CUP SKATE
SIDECUT WORLD CUP SKATE

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

SKATING 115
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.