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Fischer Spider 62 Crown MTD/Control Ski

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Spider 62 Crown MTD/Control Ski

Some of life's most amazing places lie off the beaten (Nordic) track. When snow hits, there's no place you'd rather be than cruising through sweeping meadows and untouched forests, so you need a ski that can go whenever and wherever you can. Look no further than the Fischer Spider 62 Crown MTD/Control Ski.

Ideal for skiing in off-track conditions, the Spider 62 features one of Fischer's most dynamic climbing systems. Its Offtrack Crown base was designed for climbing in all terrain and conditions without sacrificing glide, so you'll have a smooth ride up and down the hill. It's also got a slightly rockered tip to accommodate easy glide and turning through fresh snow and unprepared terrain, ensuring that no route is out of bounds. An Air Tec Steel edge provides constant edge contact and grip in icy conditions and fresh snow alike, giving you control no matter your skis take you. Easy step-in bindings give you tool-free convenience so you can get up and go without a hassle when snow hits.

  • Take the road less traveled with this all-terrain ski
  • Rockered tip allows for easy glide and maneuverability in fresh snow
  • Offtrack Crown base tackles difficult climbs in difficult conditions
  • Steel edge provides edge contact and grip on icy surfaces
  • Tool-free step in bindings let you easily escape to the woods
  • Medium length for easy handling and stopping on ungroomed snow
  • Item #FIS006B

Length
169cm, 179cm, 189cm, 199cm
Dimensions
62 / 52 / 60mm
Camber
Nordic Rocker Camber
Construction
sandwich
Core
Air Tec
Base
Sintec
Grip
Offtrack Crown
Binding Included
Control Step-In IFP
Claimed Weight
[pair, 179 cm] 3lb 15.1oz
Recommended Use
nordic classic, nordic touring
Manufacturer Warranty
4 years

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