Machs like a cheetah and motors down and over anything.
Designed specifically for lady big-mountain rippers, the Women's Koa 110 Ski doesn't disappoint; so hold onto those panties and get ready for days of epic rides. Part of Fischer's Koa Series, the 110 is Koa's fattest ski and lives for big lines, wide and open fresh terrain, and tree powder skiing.
Equipped with a Rocker Freeski profile, the Koa 110 features a freeride rockered shovel and slightly rockered tail for slashing pow turns, while its regular camber underfoot enables perfect control and continuously balanced turn initiation for energy-saving skiing. That way you have enough pep to hang out in the bar in your ski boots and show off your incredible dance moves.
To help ensure durability, Fischer gave the Koa a wood core combined with ABS sidewalls in a classic Sandwich sidewall construction for a more balanced flex and perfect rebound. In other words, the Koa is lively and playful while providing you with a smooth flex pattern throughout your turns. And to help cut down on weight, the Koa features Air Carbon technology (ultra-lightweight and extremely strong high-tech material from the aerospace industry) to help improve handling and performance.
- Rocker Freeski profile (rockered tip and tail, camber underfoot)
- Sandwich sidewall construction
- Air Carbon technology
- Wood core
- 110mm waist
Share your thoughts
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
LOVE this ski. I'm 5ft6" and weigh about 115-120 and rode the 166cm in Jackson Hole for a couple days recently (I'm a PSIA level 2 cert, to help gauge ability here). We had all kinds of conditions, ranging from 17inches of fresh fluff to heavy, mucky snow on the lower mountain at the end of the 2nd day due to warmer temps; and this ski handled well in all of it! Great float in the deep, quick and easy to turn in the trees, and solid enough to challenge the crud. Even with a 110mm underfoot, this ski still held a good edge on the groomers with little chatter. Would definitely ski this bad boy (or girl in this case) as an all mountain ski, not just on the deep days.
How much do these weigh? (166cm)
How much do these weigh? (166cm)
I just bought fisher koa 110 and i'm looking...
I just bought fisher koa 110 and i'm looking for matching bindings. What do you recommend? I'm an expert skier, ski lenght KOA 110 176cm, my height is 167 cm. What is recommended mountaing point for bindings for freeride powder skiing?
Marker Jester Schizo Ski Binding
My number 1 pick
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I have a ton of skis- but I find that I ski my Koa 110's just about every day, from sunny choppy days to super deep storm days. An honestly- I've never been one to ski a women's specific ski because I feel like companies just "shrink and pink" their women's specific line. Not true in this one. The Koa 110 is a stiffer but super playful ski that can handle anything you throw at it (trust me) but isn't going to act like your opponent on a wrestling mat either.
The early rise tip with the traditional camber underfoot is my dream combination. It makes it so it floats and feels weightless in deep snow but let's you charge hard with agility and control when you need to.
I'm a huge fan of this ski and am being completely honest when I say, if I could dream up a ski- it would be this one.