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2017-2018 Fischer Pro Mtn 95 Ti

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Brian Lindahl reviews the Fischer Pro Mtn 95 Ti for Blister Gear Review

Fischer Pro Mtn 95 Ti

 

 

Brian Lindahl reviews the Fischer Pro Mtn 95 Ti for Blister Gear Review

Fischer Pro Mtn 95 Ti

 

 

Brian Lindahl reviews the Fischer Pro Mtn 95 Ti for Blister Gear Review

Fischer Pro Mtn 95 Ti — Tip Profile

 

 

Brian Lindahl reviews the Fischer Pro Mtn 95 Ti for Blister Gear Review

Fischer Pro Mtn 95 Ti — Tail Profile

 

 

Brian Lindahl reviews the Fischer Pro Mtn 95 Ti for Blister Gear Review

Fischer Pro Mtn 95 Ti

 

 

Brian Lindahl reviews the Fischer Pro Mtn 95 Ti for Blister Gear Review

Fischer Pro Mtn 95 Ti — Bases

6 Comments

  1. Blister Member
    Tom September 11, 2017 Reply

    Love my Motive 95s. These look lighter, with a little tail rocker. Not sure, esp since the Motives aren’t worn out yet, and I snagged them for $309 a few years ago!

    Really looking forward to the Deep Dive. Thanks for the review.

    Lastly, you really should have tested the 186!!!

  2. Graham Phillips October 3, 2017 Reply

    I loved my 186 Motive 95s as well but peeled the top sheet back in early April tree skiing at Stowe. Not sure if they will find another pair of motives or if I will be getting a pair of Pro Mountains as a replacement. I was thinking that the tail rocker might make the Pro Mountains more forgiving in the trees and bumps but maybe not. I am 6’3, 230 and the motives hauled ass everywhere.

  3. Jason October 30, 2017 Reply

    Hello
    I am looking at the Pro Mtn 86 Ti 182 CM and the Salomon XDR 88 Ti or 84 in 179 CM to compliment one of my all-time favorite skis my 189 CM Scott Punisher 110.
    I am 6’4” and 250 pound expert skier. Ski A Basin, Keystone, Breckenridge and Vail mostly.
    Want a ski for bumps and harder snow off of Pallavicini at A Basin and North Peak Bumps or Outback at Keystone. I really love the Punisher but they can be big.
    Had some 186 CM Moment Tahoe’s and did not like them. I just felt like they did not do anything that great not a bad ski but not a keeper.
    Any suggestions would be great.
    Take care,
    Jason

    • Graham November 3, 2017 Reply

      Jason, Lots of people ike the new Fischer Pro Mountain 86. However, I can’t see a reason for going thinner than a mid 90s waist, especially at our size. The Motive 95 was a beast on hard snow. It’s not the greatest bump ski, especially if they are hard, but skiing in Summit County (instead of Maine where I ski), should mean that you have no issues at all in the bumps. I lived in Aspen and Boulder in the mid 90s and would have loved to have a ski like my Motive 95s back then. They can really handle pretty much anything.

  4. Mike November 2, 2017 Reply

    How did the tips do on piste? I am intrigued by these but flutter/chatter is a deal breaker.

    • Graham November 3, 2017 Reply

      No chatter for me. I ski at Sunday River, ME every weekend, and mix my time between high speed groomers and tree skiing, depending on snow conditions. The Motive 95s had great grip on hard snow and no chatter.

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