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When a moist Pacific air mass slams into your mountain range and buries everything, the twintip Fischer Watea 114 Ski floats over the deepest in-bounds or backcountry stashes while helping you add style to your downhill expression. This fat and sturdy board does so much more than help you get up and down a deliciously deep backcountry playground. Its twintip design and Powder Hull technology demand a playful day in the powder and won't be satisfied without pillow drops, spins, and a few dozen faceshots to boot.

  • Freeski Rocker Technology (early rise tip and tail) allows switch landings and ultimate flotation in deep snow while the camber underfoot grips groomed or variable snow
  • Sandwich sidewall construction yields great rebound and a uniform, medium flex that doesn’t feel like a wet noodle underfoot
  • The milled wood core features two carbon fiber I-Beams that run the length of the ski to provide a solid and smooth ride over less-than-perfect snow
  • Early rise tip also prevents hooking and grabbing while skiing crud and chopped snow
  • The Powder Hull technology in the tip slices through the fluff like a boat's hull, so you can slice through it during speedy descents into the white room
  • Traditional sidecut suits aggressive skiers that weave in and out of the trees hunting for powder when it's not snowing
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too short..

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

186 is the biggest these come in. I had a pair last season for a month. Skied 8 powder days total. They ski waay shorter than 186. More like 178's 'cause of the twin tip. To be honest I don't understand why all the manufactures are going twin tip. I don't know anyone personally who skies backwards. It's ridiculous. Bottom line if this ski was a flat tail like their 101's OR 106's it would be an epic ski. The flex and stiffness is spot on for sierra snow AND the 114 width is easy to handle. I'm 6'0 175 lbs and this ski just doesn't do it. Damn FISCHER for not making a normal fat ski . Personally I think the 101 and the 106 were some of the best off piste ever made. I went thru' 3 pairs of 106's and had some 101's for 3 years. Amazing wood core skis..alas the 114's fall way short because of the twin tip