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Speak softly and ride Big Stix.

You could talk a big game in the parking lot and then slide down the mountain on your face, or you could keep your mouth shut, step into the Fischer Big Stix 110 Ski, and let your skiing do the talking for you—your call. If you opt for the latter, you'll get to enjoy the perks of being a local legend as well as this beastly ski's light and lively beechwood core, stiff but featherweight carbon-fiber laminates, and Freeski Rocker early-rise tip and tail. Together, they give the Big Stix the ability to crush hardpack and float through powder, while maintaining nimbleness and agility when you're in tight spots. Fischer's sandwich construction keeps things nice and stiff when you're on edge, and the angled ABS sidewalls keep your skis from being unpredictably edgy or getting unnecessarily damaged. Why would you want to talk a big game when you can just show up and rip, anyway?

  • Freeski Rocker (rockered tip and tail, camber underfoot)
  • Beech core
  • Sandwich construction
  • Angled ABS sidewalls
  • Sintered base

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How much do these skis weight? lbs total - both skis - I want something fairly light - that is also stable in all skiing conditions - something light on my back - for hike to ski terrain

Best Answer

Hi Brian,

These skis are going to weight 9.4lbs for the pair. Not the lightest skis out there but certainly not the heaviest either.

Matthew Pizza

Expert Gearhead


Matthew - thanks for your response. Can you recommend a similar type ski that is lighter (7-8 lbs)? I'm looking for something that is light but durable for hike to ski terrain.