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Fischer Ranger 99Ti (2021)

2021 Men's All-Mountain Ski Review

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Brand: Fischer

Model: Ranger 99Ti

Overall Score: 3.98 / 5


Tip / Waist / Tail (mm)


Lengths (cm)

166, 174, 181, 188

Radius (m)




Quickness / Maneuverability

3.9 / 5


3.85 / 5


3.9 / 5

Hard Snow Performance

4.1 / 5

Crud Performance

3.95 / 5

Balance of Skills

4 / 5


3.65 / 5


2021 Fischer Ranger 99Ti men's all mountain ski
The 2021 Fischer Ranger 99Ti Men’s All-Mountain SkiPhoto courtesy of Fischer

The Ranger 99Ti earned solid scores from testers across the board, with many commenting on the ski’s drug-sniffing-dog level of obedience and nimble versatility in a variety of resort conditions. While the Fischer didn’t necessarily stand out in any one category, the Ranger 99Ti’s consistency across the scoreboard makes a strong case for these sticks to be a solid one-ski quiver option for skiers in the East and West, especially those who prefer to go fast.

STRENGTH: Stability at Speed, Versatility

WEAKNESS: Flotation, Playfulness

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