Fischer Backcountry Skis & Boots
Fischer won gold medals in three different alpine sports in the 2014 Winter Olympics, versatility that certainly helps when it comes to making alpine touring skis. It also helps that several prominent backcountry ski companies make their skis in the Fischer factory. They have seen it all.
For a perfect match to Fischer’s line of impressive backcountry skis, use the also-impressive precut skins. The skins are 65% mohair and 35% nylon, hitting that sweet spot in terms of grip vs. glide. Fischer uses a modified version of the K2 clip system t..
Welcome to your ski touring future! The Fischer Travers GR is a boot that rips downhill, yet walks like a running shoe. The Travers GR brings the same beloved design, shape, and performance of the Travers CS with a Thermoshape Lite liner that enhances the..
The Hannibal is Fischer’s 96mm powder-hunting, ice-carving powerhouse. The Hannibal is built on a high-tech Paulownia wood core with carbon stringers that extend from tip-to-tail, thus reducing the overall density of the ski and boosting the overall surfa..
$799.95 From $549.95
Gear that works well for a wide variety of uses is the best kind of gear, and the Fischer Travers TS ski boot ticks all your boxes. Whether it's backcountry touring, casual skimo racing, or the occasional on-piste foray, the Travers will have your back fe..
It used to be that Search and Rescue operators recommended that b*ckcountry (can't use the full word, gotta keep Big Backcountry off our case) recreationists take mirrors to signal for help when they get lost-- not anymore!! Nowadays, if you're in the bac..
$849.95 From $594.95
Gearing up for far-out powder hunting missions? Bypassing Roman garrisons by doing a not-so-casual Alps traverse? The Hannibal 106 Carbon has your back. This plus sized beauty was built for powder, but skis like a low-fat when the good stuff up high turns..
$899.95 From $599.96
In the early days of ski touring, folks purchasing boots had to answer a most pressing question; “Do I want performance or mobility?” Thankfully, and much to the relief of our wallets, our sport has matured quite nicely, and we are now treated with many e..
Money, performance, power. While this may sound like the intro to your favorite rap song (or any rap song, really), this is in fact an introduction to a ski boot. And as fortune would have it, a ski boot that is relatively easy on the wallet while still p..
Looking for a way to efficiently carry a single set of skis but not interested in breaking the bank to do so? Fischer has got you covered with their affordable Skicase 1 Pair Eco Ski Bag. This lightweight, 175cm, ski bag is easy to fold which means it's a..
Built with the same inspiration that guided Fischer in the development of the Transalp Pro, the Transalp Tour W is built for badass gals looking to put in big vertical days without too much compromise on the descent. Because “shrink it and pink it” just d..