Less talk. More shred, rip, and huck.
Speak softly when you wield the Fischer Big Stix 122 Ski. Let the wannabe rock stars have their sprayfest; make them eat your dust as you shred away on the fattest ski Fischer makes. With a 122-millimeter waist and a rockered profile, this ski floats on the deepest, softest snow. The classic camber underfoot and sandwich sidewall construction gives this fatty edgehold and quick turning. That's right. The wood core with titanal shell has torsional strength and smooths out the ride so it hums at the highest speeds. Hums, not hollers.
- Freeski Rocker profile with traditional camber underfoot
- Sandwich sidewall construction
- Air Carbon TI 0.8 wood and titanal core
- Wide turn radius sidecut
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I have an all mountain ski that is starting...
I have an all mountain ski that is starting to run its course, I was wondering would this ski be able to ski stuff that is not just big powder?
Fischer Big Stix 122 Ski
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This past winter I was lucky enough to be able to test a number of skis out in Jackson Hole. I was honestly taken back at how much this ski ripped! It has a progressive shape and rocker profile, and surprisingly a 20m radius, which allowed it to perform really well even on the groomers. For a 122mm waisted ski this thing is crazy versatile. Really nice job on this ski Fischer!