Fischer Skis Watea 114 Alpine Skis with X13 Bindings

Closeouts. Sail through powder, crud, bumps and big turns with Fischer Watea 114 fat alpine skis, which are constructed with I-Beam technology for improved torsion and stability, along with sandwich sidewall construction for excellent grip and smooth running.

  • Ideal for powder
  • Skis:
  • I-Beam technology provides stability
  • Powder hull
  • Full twin tip
  • Rider ability: Advanced-Expert
  • Sidecut dimensions: 146/114/128mm
  • Turn radius: 27m
  • Core: Carbon I-Beam embedded in the wood core for torsional and longitudinal stability with fiberglass skin and sandwich sidewall construction
  • Edge: Steel
  • 176cm skis:
  • Weight recommendation: 140-170 lb.
  • Recommended rider height: 5'9"-6'0"
  • 186cm skis:
  • Weight recommendation: 175 lb.+
  • Recommended rider height: 6'0"+
  • X13 bindings:
  • Versatile, lightweight and durable
  • DIN range: 4-13
  • Brake width: 115mm
  • Total weight: 13 lb. 9 oz. (based on 176cm)
  • Made in Austria
  • Bindings are not mounted; we recommend that you have your bindings mounted by a certified technician
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by dan73boat from Michigan on Tuesday, May 10, 2011
    this is a well reviewed ski here and in the press. It is a 2009/2010 model. I ordered in late April 2011, so I haven't been able to ski it yet. The price was truly amazing. [...] I'm expecting this to be a fun outwest ski and still be able to have some fun in the midwest. Hard to go wrong at these prices.
    • Best Uses: Downhill
    • Describe Yourself: Expert
    • Pros: Fantastic price, Great Construction, Light, Lightweight, Quality build
    • Was this a gift?: No
  • Reviewed by bergyphx from phoenix, az on Saturday, April 09, 2011
    just got back from skiing snowmass, co after 14 inch dump. the ski performed best in powder. was also real stable in the crud while going through anything. you must plan your turns and stops because you have a lot underfoot. you ride these things vs. skiing them, the widest ski fischer makes. once you pick a line and the ski engages, hang on because the ski will go where you point it. oh yeah, these things are fast, especially on the flats where they can get squirrelly if you don't pay attention. a fun ski to be on in powder, they are a blast and turn heads on the slopes. the bindings are mid line tyrolia's with a fischer paint job, no problems or issues. overall a great value for a high end powder ski.
    • Cons: Slippery on the flats
    • Describe Yourself: Expert
    • Pros: Great Construction
    • Was this a gift?: No
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Denver Skier from Denver, Colorado on Sunday, January 30, 2011
    This ski is extremely responsive and turns more quickly than the side cut would make you think. That being said, it is great for big lines in untracked. Also a great crud-buster. Can't say for sure if the powder hull works because I haven't skied a similar model without it, but it definitely does not hurt.
    Excellent grip on hardpac, especially for a ski with these dimensions.
    • Best Uses: Crud busting, Deep powder, Downhill
    • Describe Yourself: Expert
    • Pros: Great Construction, Lightweight, Responsive
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