All-Mountain Wide Skis

Fischer My Ranger 102 FR (2020)

2020 Women's All-Mountain Wide Ski

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Brand: Fischer

Model: My Ranger 102 FR


Specs

Tip / Waist / Tail (mm)

135-101-125

Lengths (cm)

159, 168, 176

Radius (m)

17

Gender

Female

Level

Advanced

Quickness / Maneuverability

4.5 / 5

Playfulness

4.38 / 5

Forgiveness

3.94 / 5

Hard Snow Performance

3.31 / 5

Crud Performance

3.63 / 5

Balance of Skills

3.88 / 5

Flotation

3.88 / 5

 

2020 Fisher My Ranger 102 FR
The 2020 Fischer My Ranger 102 FR.Photo courtesy of Fischer

The My Ranger 102 FR took testers by surprise and ended up with top marks in quickness and playfulness. With the body of a powder ski but the personality of a slalom stick, the ski manages quick little edge-to-edge transitions and dances through trees and soft bumps. Testers recommended keeping it off the hardpack, however. The ski’s carbon nose and all-mountain rocker profile make it a rock star off-piste but more of a backup singer on groomers.

STRENGTHS: Quickness, Playfulness

WEAKNESS: Hard Snow