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 tip-to-tail. This reduces the overall density of the ski and boosts surface-area-to-weight ratio. The long-turn radius and Sandwich Sidewalls are unique features that serve multiple purposes. High-speed stability, surefooted steep-skiing performance, and impact-resistance will be the most obvious benefits to the skier. An Aeroshape top-sheet further reduces mass for easy kick turns and low swing-weight. As a bonus, snow will have a harder time sticking to the parabolic shape so your skis will start and end each climb at the same weight. The Hannibal is Fischer’s most advanced all-mountain touring ski that’s always hungry for powder.
Update 2019/20: Fischer gave the Hannibal a new coat of paint, otherwise it's the same great ski as before!!
|Lengths (cm)||162, 169, 176, 183|
|Weight (pair)||2310g 
|Turn Radius||19m 
|Skin Fix||Z-Hooks, flat tail|
|Profile||Rocker tip, camber underfoot|
|Shape||Medium radius, square tail|
|Construction||Sandwich sidewall with carbon stringers|
|Core||Paulowina wood core with AirTec Ti|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||All-mountain backcountry skiing|
|Notes||Aeroshape top sheet sheds snow|
|Bottom Line||Easy and fun ski, a true all-rounder.|