Fischer Progressor 8 Railflex SP
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Can handle any piste, works in all kinds of conditions. 72mm waist makes it maneuverable and fun to work with. Landings are solid and stable, with a slight rebound to keep you moving.
The Cons:Tend to get scratched up quickly. Not flexible enough for beginners, might feel a little too stiff for them.
The Fischer Progressor 8 Railflex SP is a high performance racing ski that uses company technology to help improve a skiers run on different terrain. Made out of a wood core and available in five different lengths, the skis use a Sandwich Sidewall construction that gives skiers more control in any type of environment.
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Along with providing more security, they also have a Dual Radius System that creates a lot of stability to give skiers sharper and smoother turns at high speeds. An inexpensive choice that's all about quality, the racing skis are ideal for those with an intermediate-advanced ability level.
- CORE MATERIAL: Wood
- LENGTH: 150cm, 155cm, 160cm, 165cm and 170cm
- ROCKER TYPE: Camber
- TAIL TYPE: Flat
- ABILITY LEVEL: Intermediate-Advanced
- Sandwich Sidewall construction
- Dual Radius System
User Reviews (2)
can handle any piste, works in all kinds of conditions
72mm waist makes it maneuverable and fun to work with
landings are solid and stable, with a slight rebound to keep you moving
Dual Radius System comes in handy on high-speed turns, still gains traction
light enough not to drag you down when riding the chair up
tend to get scratched up quickly
not flexible enough for beginners, might feel a little too stiff for them
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