The AlpAttacks push the limit of what's possible on a race ski. Fischer essentially took the Hannibal Series and shrunk it down into a tiny featherweight ski. You'll find all the same features like carbon stringers, milled paulownia wood core, titanal plates underfoot, etc, but at SIX HUNDRED FIFTY GRAMS. I'll admit, I was reluctant to charge with this skis the first time I skied them. They did take some time to get used to but once I figured them out and put the 20.8m radius to work, they can move! Pair with the Fischer Race Binding and Skins and you'll be king of the hill at your next SkiMo race.
- Carbon Stringers ensure that weight is kept sensationally low with balanced flex and an optimized weight-torsion ratio.
- Air Tec Ti - milled core to lighten the ski with titanal plates under the binding mounts to lock you in.
- Tour Rocker provides a small lift in the tip to help with breaking trail, kick turns, and skiing through all conditions.
- Aeroshape design provides a rounded ski that sheds weight (and snow) but maintains torsional stability.
- Extruded base material is very dense and means that you'll fend off some core shots.
- Sandwich sidewall construction: paulownia wood core combined with ABS sidewalls for balanced flex and perfect rebound.
See the skis put to the test in the White Mountains:
CONSTRUCTION / TECHNOLOGY: SW-Sidewall; Paulownia Core; Air Tec Ti