The favorite ski/boot setup for Max Kroneck says it all: the Ranger 102 paired with the Transalp Pro and a lightweight pin-binding to pull it all together.
“The on-piste/racing performance is kind of the DNA of Fischer,” Kroneck notes. “Although I never took part in racing, I learned how important every tiny sequence of a single turn is for my overall ski performance. I learned to work on those tiny parts in skiing to make it work better.”
About why he loves the Ranger 102 ski, he explains, “That’s my Swiss knife. It works for playful deep powder skiing, steep mountaineering stuff, and everything in between.” As for the Transalp Pro, his preferred ski boot, he explains that “in the last few years, the days when I’m just skiing a resort have dwindled. These days, I also go up what I slide down. Therefore the more I go up, the more I can ski down. So, of course, a good ratio of weight to downhill performance helps with choosing a boot.”