Fischer Superlight NIS Zero

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The fantastic results of Zero waxless technology, at the world cup level, is available to recreational fitness skiers thanks to the Fischer Superlite Zero. The Superlite ski has been around, and well loved by those who like the glide of a race ski and the better control and stability of a touring ski, for many years. Now Fischer adds the fast and reliable Zero base for hassle-free speed. -- Lower cost and greater stability than racing skis-- Universal stone grind base finish: for perfect gliding properties in all snow conditions-- Zero grip surface has proven to work over a wide span of conditions, not just limited to fresh wet snow at 32F degrees. The base can be sanded to create a velvet-like nap, and can be modified to suit individual skill level. In most situations, the grip and the glide has been superior to patterned grip bases. Unlike other "waxless" grip bases, with the zero there is no buzzing, nor does the base interfere with edging during turning maneuvers-- Sizing. less than 118 lbs, 172 cm; 110 - 129 lbs, 182 cm; 121 - 151 lbs, 187 cm; 132 - 162 lbs, 192 cm; 154 - 185 lbs, 197 cm; 165 - 198 lbs, 202 cm

- OMCgear

The Fischer Superlight Zero ski glides easily in a wide variety of conditions and temperature ranges.


Fischer Superlight NIS Zero


The Superlight NIS Zero has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$73.98 - $259.95

The Fischer Superlight NIS Zero is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 14, 2015 at OMCgear.

If you're looking for a new nordic touring ski, check out the best reviewed current models.

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