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Hungry for a heaping plateful of shredding? Chow down on the Fischer Koa 88 Ti Women's Ski, which is a hard-charging all-mountain ripper designed with ladies in mind. The design features a women-specific mounting point and a lightweight poplar wood Air Tec core. By moving the mounting point forward, Fischer made the Koa nimbler and less tiring without sacrificing performance. It also made things lighter and stiffer by including titanium reinforcements and a Carbon Tech laminate, so you can get into your skis as hard as you want without worrying that you'll flex them into noodles.

At 88mm underfoot, you'd expect the Koa to perform all over the mountain, and it does. That is thanks in part to the Freeski Rocker, which sports an early-rise tip and tail to smooth out soft and choppy snow but plenty of camber underfoot to make solid work out of hardpack. Toss in a sintered base for some extra giddy up, and the Koa 88's one that's worth having in your quiver.

  • Freeski Rocker (rockered tip and tail, camber underfoot)
  • Poplar Air Tec core
  • Titanium reinforcement
  • Carbon Tech laminate
  • Women-specific mounting point
  • Sintered base
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my third pair of fischer koas

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

these are the best skis - best technology, very light and great for both tight turns on firm runs and cruising through powder. Very cool graphic and a good width underfoot, versatile.

I am a 5'4 beginner skier would this ski be good for me?

Hey Elizabeth!

I'd probably go with something a little softer, more forgiving as a beginner! This ski is reinforced with titanium ("Ti"), so it's pretty stiff.

If you're looking for something in this price range... I'd check out the Rossignol Sassy 7 (ROS004R) or the Salomon Q88 Lux (SAL00JG) - both are softer and really playful!

I am a 5'7 intermediate skier. But I like my skis on the shorter side. Would this ski be good for me?

I'm an advanced skier, but not expert. I do black diamonds. I was introduced to tour-skiing...Loved it, in that one's not bound by having to take the chair lifts, etc., and I'm interested in back country skiing. I'm 5'2", 125 pounds and naturally athletic. What would be an appropriate ski for me? Thanks so much.



Pamela

dose the binding come with this? I am a 5 foot 5 woman who is an advance skier. What size would work for me for height?