Fischer Progressor 900 RT + RSX 12 Bindings

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Fischer Progressor 900 RT + RSX 12 Bindings 2014

Availability: Out of stock

Regular Price: £539.00

Special Price £323.40

High Performance Piste Ski with bindings

All skis are waxed, brushed out and carefully packed

We Say:-
The new 900 with its on-piste rocker provides great turn initiation followed by phenomenal edge grip.  The Racetrack plate on which the bindings are mounted gives this ski a superbly dynamic feel with such an assured edge grip that you would feel comfortable of tracking where you intend to go regardless of speed.
Beautifully smooth,huge fun, doesn't look bad either!

They say-
Ensures its skier has no limits: featuring newly developed RACETRACK binding for more stability, better power transfer and more dynamic turn behaviour.

Price includes ski bindings

TECH SPEC:-
Sidecut- 121-75-104
Radius- 13-17m at 170cm
Lengths-160, 165, 170, 175, 180

Tech Spec

Brand Fischer
Ability Advanced, Expert
Waist width 75-86mm (piste/all mountain)
Ski shape Early Rise
Where you like to ski Piste

If you buy your skis and bindings from us on our recommendation, either by visiting the store and talking to our staff, or "discussing" your requirements with us over the telephone or via e-mail and then when you ski them you cannot get on with them we offer the following guarantee:-

Subject to a weekly rental charge of £70 (rail binding system skis) or £95 (flat top skis that have been specifically drilled and mounted for you) we will accept return of those skis (providing of course they haven't been "mullered") and put the remainder of the price you paid for them towards a different pair.  

Please note, if you are unable to return the skis to us in person you would be required to pay for the carriage charges incurred in their return.

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Posted by Nicholas on Saturday, 20 December 2014

Question:

Hi, I understand that this ski is out of stock. However, it seems like a great all round ski for an advanced skier. I am 178cm tall and would be considered in the mid range between advanced and expert ability. Can you let me know in general what is the difference between choosing a Fischer ski of 170cm and 175cm ... in other words, how much difference does this 5 cm make? I currently ski on an old pair of Rossignol 9X oversize 174cm which are due for retirement. thanks

Answers:

  • Posted by John Sturgess on Saturday, 20 December 2014

    Good Morning Nicholas and thanks for your enquiry.

    Havind skied these in the 170 length (I'm 6ft 2in and 14st) I felt I could have skied the 175's and thoroughly enjoyed them but did have great fun on the 170's; even at high speed, approx 60mph they were still as solid as a rock and the 170 length meant they were very manouevrable "in traffic". 

    When all is said and done the difference between the 170 and 175's is a little over an inch (3cms) extra in front of you and a little under an inch extra behind you; when you think how much fun lots of people have had on blades over the years at between 90 and 99cms then I think we can get too hung up on what is the perfect length.

    As another option and perhaps a slightly better all rounder there is the Head Supershape Titan 170 or 177 with a little more tip Rocker than the Progressor's, also a little wider underfoot at 80mm, so better than the Progressor in soft fresh or sloppy stuff, and yet still named as Fall Line Magazines "Piste Ski of the Year", two out of the last four years!

     

    Food for thought, do give us a call if we can help further with a discussion, 01603 716655 10-6 today, 10-4 tomorrow.

     

    Kind regards

     

    John and Team

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