Fischer Watea 114 BC TT Alpine Skis - X13 Fat 115 Bindings
About Fischer Watea 114 BC TT Alpine Skis - X13 Fat 115 Bindings
Closeouts. Sail through powder, cut through crud and carve big turns with Fischer Watea 114 BC TT alpine skis. I-Beam technology offers improved torsional stability, and the powder hull offers improved flotation in soft and choppy snow.
- Powder hull in tip for improved flotation in powder and crud
- I-Beam wood core adds two carbon fiber beams for improved torsional stability
- Sandwich sidewall construction for even, predictable flex
- Twin tip design
- Freeski Rocker design features rocker in the tip and tail
- Sidecut dimensions: 146/114/128mm
- Turn radius: 25m
- Material: Fiberglass top and bottom, with I-Beam wood core
- DIN range: 4-13
- Total weight: 9 lb. 7 oz. (based on 176)
- Made in Austria
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Poketz from Indiana on Monday, April 21, 2014Pretty nice ski that turns easily. They handled well on all slopes in good snow. Seem a good all mountain ski as well as powder ski.
Reviewed by tw3sails from Colorado on Thursday, March 20, 2014Went to Telluride with 8 inches of fresh powder on my first day with these 176 cm x 114 cm fat skis and compatible bindings. What a positive difference. I was practically floating over the snow with a good control of my speed and direction. 5'-11" and a pudgy 184#'s wasn't a problem for the pointed boat bow design on the free style shape that cleared the way on the trails for my descent over virgin terrain and crud all the way to the packed and groomed runs near the lift. I also like the graphics that tie the left and right skis together. They aren't necessarily my selection for groomed and hard packed conditions, but behaved nicely in the 50/50 mix of fresh powder and trafficked sections of the trail.
Question & Answer
These do not come with the bindings mounted.
This would be a good all mountain ski, but it does not come with alpine touring bindings. The bindings are regular alpine (downhill) bindings. Alpine Touring bindings would have a mechanism that allows you to release the heal while the toe stays attached to the ski. This way you could use the ski like a Nordic ski using skins to ascend up slopes.