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In your big, broadening future: high speeds, fast turns, stable stomps.

Part of Fischer's Big Stix collection, the Big Stix 100 Ski is all about slashing turns in foot deep pow, getting into the backcountry for some freshies, or enjoying some spring corn. Designed for the advanced skier, the Big Stix features a 100mm waist and Rocker Freeski profile that performs exceptionally well in powder and soft, manky snow. 

Equipped with a Sandwich Sidewall construction, the 100 features a wood core combined with ABS sidewalls for a balanced flex and perfect rebound. Its Carbon Tech technology has a network of carbon fibers throughout the ski that provides exceptional torsion properties while offering a balanced stiffness pattern. All in all, this durable ski offers you a smooth flex whether you're carefully maneuvering down techy terrain or making high speed turns down groomers or a over a fresh blanket of snow.

  • Rocker Freeski profile (rockered tip and tail, camber underfoot)
  • Sandwich sidewall construction
  • Carbon tech
  • Wood core
  • 100mm waist (186cm)

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Would you recommend this ski for a tall...

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Would you recommend this ski for a tall skinny guy (6', 143 lb) who's never quite mastered telemarking the bumps but likes steeps, and does much more backcountry than lift-served? Or are they too stiff for me or optimal for a more advanced skier?