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Overview

About Fischer Hannibal 100 Alpine Skis

Closeouts. Fischer's Hannibal 100 alpine skis offer lightweight versatility for in-bounds and backcountry missions. Carbon stringers in the Paulownia wood core keep the weight low, and the Tour Rocker shape features underfoot camber for control with gentle tip rocker for float.

Specs

Specs about Fischer Hannibal 100 Alpine Skis

  • Core material: Paulownia Core; Air Tec Ti
  • Base material: Sintered
  • Construction: Sandwich construction with ABS sidewalls
  • Profile: Tour Rocker
  • Tail: Notched
  • Overall weight: 6 lb. 10 oz.
  • 170:
  • Tip width: 130mm
  • Waist width: 100mm
  • Tail width: 116mm
  • Turn radius: 20.6m
  • 180:
  • Tip width: 131mm
  • Waist width: 100mm
  • Tail width: 117mm
  • Turn radius: 23m
  • Recommended use: Alpine Touring,Freeride
  • Made in Ukraine (Not Crimea)
  • Gender Men
  • Return information
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About Fischer

Austria-based Fischer Skis has come a long way since their first pair of wooden skis came out of the production shed in 1924. Today, Fischer Skis travel in all the best circles – namely, winner's circles. Fischer's pioneering spirit has always pushed the limits of technological innovation. Employing a similar technique to that used in high quality musical instruments, Fischer Skis are Frequency Tuned to harmonize vibrations and improve turn behavior. Fischer boots orient the components to the anatomical shape of the foot, supporting the natural foot position. All Fischer gear is designed for the performance and comfort of the skier. So if you're going for gold or just a great day in the powder, go with Fischer.