2018-2019 Fischer Ranger 102 FR

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Luke Koppa reviews the Fischer Ranger FR 102 for Blister

Fischer Ranger 102 FR

 

 

Luke Koppa reviews the Fischer Ranger FR 102 for Blister

Fischer Ranger 102 FR

 

 

Luke Koppa reviews the Fischer Ranger FR 102 for Blister

Fischer Ranger 102 FR — Tip Profile

 

 

Luke Koppa reviews the Fischer Ranger FR 102 for Blister

Fischer Ranger 102 FR — Tail Profile

 

 

Luke Koppa reviews the Fischer Ranger FR 102 for Blister

Fischer Ranger 102 FR

 

 

Luke Koppa reviews the Fischer Ranger FR 102 for Blister

Fischer Ranger 102 FR — Bases

7 Comments

  1. Blister Member
    Steve April 22, 2018 Reply

    Compare also to Ranger 98ti and Masterblaster please.
    Thanks
    Steve

  2. bPlaTyPuS April 23, 2018 Reply

    Wow, that’s a rather heavy ski… 2100gr for a 102! Thought it would be a competitor for the new Icelantic Natural 101, but I think this last one is going to be much lighter.

  3. Blister Member
    JohnnyG April 23, 2018 Reply

    Will this be an SN108 replacement with a tighter radius? Tip and tail dims are very close, as is the length. These are lighter by 2-300 grams.

  4. Tyler April 23, 2018 Reply

    Only comes in a 184? Where’s the longer length? Ski will have to be outstanding to make up for it

  5. Ben May 11, 2018 Reply

    Can you compare to some stiffer twin tip skis like the Blizzard Peacemaker or Moment PB&J? I’ve been happy with my Peacemakers (186) but they are beat and this ski looked to be like a good replacement. I’ve skied my brother’s Ranger 108 in 188cm length, and really liked them EXCEPT for the tail which even with significant detuning stayed a little too locked into a turn for my tastes. In general I think a bit more running length in combination with a loose tail suits me and my style best, which is why I think I had a lot of fun on the Peacemakers. I would also say the ability to lean on the nose a bit sounds like a good feature here, I’ve been able to play with the mount point on the Peacemaker with demo tracks and I’ve settled on +2 cm (so -4 cm from true center) as a great tradeoff between skiing hard in a neutral stance and throwing them sideways in slashes, but on an occasional turn through firm snow off piste I would wish for more front support and drive in the tips.

  6. Jamie May 11, 2018 Reply

    Sounds like this could be a solid replacement for my QLab.Stiffer up front by the sounds of it but potentially more playful. Interesting!

  7. Blister Member
    Steve May 18, 2018 Reply

    What are a few of the better alternatives in your opinion for steep and big bumps in the 94-100 width?
    Thanks

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