ADVENTURE 62 CROWN XTRALITE
Tour with ease
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Designed to be used on or off-track, the versatile Adventure 62 Crown Xtralite will make any outing more enjoyable. A light, air channeled wood core enhances stability, durability and edging, while the Offtrack Crown pattern offers a great blend of grip and glide in a wide range of conditions. Mid-length sizing provides skiers with increased control and maneuverability for an easier skiing experience.
DetailsItem no. N50122V
- Weight per Ski
- Base / Climbing zone
Sintec / Offtrack Crown
The Adventure 62 Crown Xtralite uses the following technologies:
Air channels integrated into the fibre glass wood core save weight compared to the pure wood cores and are more resistant to breaking. Better area pressure distribution.
New climbing system in all terrain, especially away from the prepared tracks and also in difficult terrain conditions. Developed exclusively for Fischer.
Nordic Ski Ready for Off Track Adventures!
It was Love at first sight with these skis! I knew just by looking at them, their width, shape, length and grippy Fischer Crown pattern, that the Adventure 62s would be the perfect ski for my adventurous Nordic needs, which almost NEVER lead me to groomed trails! Although I initially purchased them because I needed a non metal-edged ski to use for Skijoring with my dogs, the Adventure 62s have become my favorite grab in one hand, put them in the car and go explore new terrain ski! These skis have taken the dogs and me on countless adventures, from Forest Backroads and random Sno Parks, to unexplored, designated Cross Country ski trails. Our first time out we covered 5 miles in an hour and took on 10 mph hairpin turns like they were nothing! Our most recent long distance adventure was a 4 hour 13.5 mile circumnavigation of Diamond Lake. When I finally get to ski around Crater Lake in one day, this will likely be my ski of choice, as they provide adequate stability on mixed terrain, fabulous float on fresh powder and just enough speed on firmer packed snow and the occasional groomed trail. Unfortunately, without dog-assist mode, I’ll be a little slower on that adventure.Jan Zarella