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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Fischer's S-Bound 88 page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The lightweight Fischer S-Bound 88 skis let you carve turns and cover a lot of ground on your backcountry tours. Sidecut and a specially tuned camber keep the skis lively in soft snow.

- REI

CLOSEOUTS . A great choice for hut trips and travel across rolling backcountry terrain, Fischer S-Bound 88 touring skis offer ample width, steel edges and a maintenance-free waxless base. Available Colors: SEE PHOTO.

- Sierra Trading Post

The Fischer S-Bound 88's are a metal-edge, no-wax, BC touring ski that incorporate revolutionary rocker camber for easier off-track turning. Imagine telemarking through tight trees and skimming through any snow with skis that are 88 mm at the tip. These hybrids are light, lively, and a whole bunch of fun.-- 5/10 Nordic Rocker improves gliding properties in unprepared terrain and enables better turning with less effort-- Fiberglass/wood combo core features air channels that keep weight down while maintaining durability -- Offtrack Crown no-wax pattern improves climbing in all conditions, especially away from the prepared tracks and in difficult terrain-- Full metal edges hold on hard snow and icy, steep terrain -- Skis sold without bindings

- OMCgear

The Fischer S-bound 88 works well for the enthusiast looking to turn without giving up too much touring efficiency.

- EMS

Fischer S-Bound 88

previously retailed for:
$209.93 - $349.00

The Fischer S-Bound 88 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 16, 2015 at Sierra Trading Post.

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