Cool Heat Fischer - Alpine Skis: Reviews

Nov 1, 2010
Outside Magazine
Cool Heat Fischer - Alpine Skis: Reviews

   Photo: Shana Novak


Good for Groomed Runs
Equipped with a race-worthy binding plate and wrapped in the classic sandwich construction, the Cool Heat penetrates the hardest snow with minimal ankle flexion. "You can feel Fischer's racing heritage when you bring these up to speed," said one tester. The Cool Heat was the most damp, stable, grippy frontside ski tested. It's designed to be on edge all the time, cutting trenches in rink-hard snow, so if you're looking for something playful to explore soft snow, don't look here. 117/76/103; binding included;

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