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.
DTG World Cup Cold
Fine and flat Cold structure, perfect for cold and dry conditions. Produced using a synthetic diamond.
Infrared preparation with fluoride-content hot wax. Best gliding properties, protection against dirt and oxidation. Powered by Swix.
Hole Ski Tip
Skating construction with HM carbon laminates to reduce ski tip mass. Requires less effort thanks to reduced pendulum action.
Skating race ski construction for maximum speed through pressure relief at the ski tip and tail. Perfect on compact to soft snow.
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.
Computer Flex Control
For racers. Minimises differences in residual tension and camber pressure. Top climbing and kick performance.
Two-part interface for screw-free binding mounting on the ski enables individual fine-tuning by sliding the binding forward for more grip and backwards to improve glide.
Fischer Carbon Fibre
Multiaxial T300 1K carbon fibre for ski tip, ski tail and as laminate. Extremely tough and minimum weight.
Sidecut World Cup Skate
Arrow-shaped sidecut for improved performance and dynamics especially for the 1:1 skating technique.
Reinforced ski chassis ensures longer service life. Homogeneous pressure distribution ensures uniform wax wear.
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.
From the trainer and the coaches to the engineers at Fischer who make every effort to develop the perfect set-up. With technologies that are tuned to each other in the ski, boot, binding and pole. Because victory is a question of perfect details. Now featuring the new RACE CODE label of quality, guaranteeing the technological lead for professionals and other ambitious skiers, direct from Fischer's racing department.