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Swift as an arrow.

The Fischer SCS Skating Ski uses an arrow-shaped sidecut to slice past competition on the track. This skate ski’s AirCore construction uses over 80% air content while securing torsion-free and break-resistant performance, which means light weight and solid reliability. The reinforced Power Edge ski chassis adds durability and equally distributes pressure for uniform wax wear, and Fischer’s World Cup Pro base handles a wide range of temperatures and snow conditions. The SCS also works well for 1:1 skating techniques.

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Fischer SCS

These skis are quick, responsive, glide like butter. No regrets buying.

I am 5'10" and weigh 175. I am new to...

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I am 5'10" and weigh 175. I am new to skating this yr but feel comfortable on skis and have gone very frequently. Is this a good ski for a solid intermediate skier? What size would you recommend? What bindings are compatible with these skis?

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most any racing/exercise binding would work, some bindings need a plate though, which any nordic ski shop could help you with. as for sizing a chart recommends 192cm skate skis, but i just found a fischer sizing chart, so look into it more if you want

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Mark, for the price this is a very solid ski. Light, fast base, good construction. To upgrade from this in the Fischer line you'd have to pay considerably more (+$200). These are narrow, but I have found them to be quite stable. At your weight and ability you should be on 192cm. Do not worry about binding compatibility - first worry about getting the most comfortable boot! Once you have the boot get the binding that fits it. The previous answer mentions a plate. This is wrong; there is no plate. Some skis come pre-mounted with the NIS plate to slide bindings on. This is irrelevant with these skis as they do not have the NIS plate.

I am 5'0 ft and 100 lbs and I have just...

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I am 5'0 ft and 100 lbs and I have just started skate skiing this season. I picked it up relatively quickly (I classic XC skied before) and want to continue this every winter. I am 16 and probably won't grow more than 1 more inch at the most. What length is most appropriate for me? Also, how do you determine pole size? I know I am a beginner, but I would like to keep these skis for a long time.

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Judging by your parents, how much heavier do you think you'll get in the near future? Ski length is principally based on skier weight. Because you are young and athletic you want a ski you will grow into, not out of; I recommend a 177cm. They may feel long at first, but if you're athletic, you will dominate them soon enough. Picking poles: the point where the strap attaches to the handle should be between your chin and lower lip. Go lower lip if you think you only have another inch in ya.

I am new to skate skiing. I am a 5'6" 130...

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I am new to skate skiing. I am a 5'6" 130 lb. female with extensive alpine, telemark backcountry experience--looking for a pair of skate skis and wondering what ski length would be ideal range?

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The sizing of XC skis goes by 1) your weight and 2) your ability. Though you are a beginner, you sound athletic, balanced on your skis, and looking for a workout. I would recommend something in the 178cm -182cm range. If you get something smaller I think you will outgrow them (in terms of ability) too quickly. If you are looking at these Fischers I would recommend the 182. The Fischer tend to be a stable ski (and you already know how to tele anyway) and the extra length will be appreciated as greater length = greater glide = greater fun. I would also recommend this ski over the Fischer skatecut, in my opinion, the profile of this ski skis much more smoothly.