referencia : N11913
With always more victories in competition, the success of the ski hole technology continues increasing for this high-end skating model.
With the quality label RACE CODE which represents the transfer of technology from the World Cup.
The Prewaxed technology and DTG WC finish provide him his outstanding speed.
If race runs in your veins, these are the skis that you need.
SOLE H-PLUS: for snow above -5°C
STRUCTURE PLUS Deeper and more marked, ideal for hot and humid conditions. Generated by a natural diamond.
PREWAXED: Infrared sole fluorinated preparation with hot wax. Excellent properties of slide, protection against dirt and oxidation. Powered by Swix.
HOLE SKI TIP: Stratified HM Carbon skate construction to reduce the weight at the level of the ski tip. Less effort to provide due to the compensation of pendulum movement.
CONSTRUCTIONS: Carbon Fabric T300 1K multiaxial, used at the ends of the ski and in the stratified form. Extreme resistance to the stresses and weight reduction.
The XCELERATOR 2.0 SKATE is a high-level binding used by professional skier Martin Fourcade at the Olympic Games and World Cup events. It was exclusively designed for the practice of skating.
Its construction makes uphill less tiring and optimizes the skier's effort in skating as it is the lightest skating binding on the market.
This skating binding only assembles with NIS plates.
WARNING: BINDINGS ONLY COMPATIBLE WITH THE NNN-STANDARD BOOTS
- System: NIS
- Flex: DUAL FLEXBIT BI-COMPONENT 50 SHORE
- Opening: manual
En 1924, Josef Fischer empezozo a fabricar carros y trineos en un granero de madera. Mas de ochenta anos mas tarde, Fischer es un grupo mundial. Hoy, Fischer ha conservado su identidad de empresa familiar, con el auge a un escala internacional a traves de una simbiosis de tradicion, innovacion y alta tecnologia.
Fischer ofrece productos de calidad, tanto alpino y nordico de alta calidad para servir a sus deportistas de elite.
Una marca fuerte poniendo en ejecucion un proceso de negocio mas eficaz para apoyar el medioambiente.