Fischer Skis 2017 / 2018

The 2017 / 18 edition of what’s in my quiver. Highlighting the skis I used this past winter and into next year.

Fischer Transalp 80: 0:14
Fischer Hannibal 2018: 1:32
Fischer Ranger 115: 3:22
Fischer Transalp 88: 5:00
Fischer Alpattack: 6:40
Fischer S-Bound: 7:36
Fischer RC4 Masters: 9:03
Fischer MyTravers Boot: 10:04
Fischer Transalp Pro Boot: 10:57

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Nic Gigliotti says:

Hey mate, i see you have some rangers there, do you have any ranger 90 or 98 in the 180cm? Can’t find them anywhere!

markjwil says:

Hey! Great ski commentary. I noticed you have a “Rennstall” ski strap. Did you get that in Utah?

Kevin Garber says:

I just started skiing on Mt. Washington this year. It is a little closer to mountaineering than I am used to (I usually tour in Vermont). I climbed up the headwall in tux with crampons and a mountaineering tool. Someone told me to save weight and buy a whipet. Is that preferable to a mountaineering tool? Or should I save the money? (I am in college and have a small budget).

Mat Jolic says:

Good feedback for a wide range of types of skis. I started touring this past year coming from a 30 year background of alpine skiing and very little nordic. I fell in love with the discipline the first day, and started looking for what to get next season. Definitely will try Fischer, the Hannibal and Ranger caught my eye. Really want to try those s-bounds now that you are so enthusiastic about them!

NEski says:

What do you recommend for a summer hiking sneaker, probably a little woods running mixed in, but mostly hiking. I’ve never been a fan of big bulky hiking boots and have always been totally comfortable in athletic sneakers.


Hey! Which size would you recommend for the Hannibal? I am 5’11 and about 180lbs.

danny says:

Great Vid. Just getting into hiking/ touring into the out of bounds areas of stowe. Any good spots with a moderate hike?

Evan Derickson says:

What kind of boots are you using with the S-Bounds?

Janne Toivonen says:

Are the hannibals ok for Telemark, for example with Targa G3 and Crispi Svartisen GTX? Im looking for lightweight with emphasis on downhill but still compatible with touring when necessary. Or would you go for the S112 for example?

Jeff Murray says:

I used a Ranger 92 waist for in bounds/ slack last season, a lovely price of kit. Looking at a new touring set up this season and considering the Hannibal 176 with a dynafit speed turn 2 binding. I have been using this type of binding in past. Would you recommend that combo, mainly for Alps tours and a bit of walking in the Tetons.

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