FISCHER RANGER 108 TI REVIEW — 2017
If people liken you to the Tasmanian Devil when they see you on the ski hill then the Ranger 108 Ti could be your ideal companion. Take it from our testers who said, “carves like a machine,” “such fast edge transfers” and “made effortless, clean turns.” Carbon fiber in the tips keeps them torsionally rigid and the ski’s sandwich sidewall construction promotes confidence on edge at high speeds. Titanium inserts and traditional camber underfoot keep the skis stable and aid in that strong edge hold, while a beech and poplar wood core yield a chargy yet forgiving character. They’re burly, yes, but Fischer mills the wood core in key spots to shed weight and tip and tail rocker aid in its maneuverability. What doesn’t this ski have to offer?