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Fischer Motive 76 Ski System with Bindings

Fischer Motive 76 Ski System with Bindings -

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    Style: A16611

    The Fischer Motive 76 Ski System puts the whole frontside of the mountain under your command. These agile men's skis offer a good flex and lively rebound so you can really lean into a turn without fear of washout. All-Mountain Rocker keeps the tips raised off the snow so you can initiate tight little turns on a whim. Known for their aggression and power, Fischer makes fun carving skis that will keep you in control as you tear down the mountain.


    • Design: All-Mountain/ Frontside
    • Camber: All-Mountain Rocker / Traditional Camber Blend
    • Ski Dimensions: 122-76-106
    • Binding: RS11 Powerrail Binding included
    • Turn Radius: 16m (size 168)


    • Rockered tip keeps you afloat and eases turn initiation
    • Carbon Tech carbon fibers enhance torsional stiffness
    • Sandwich Sidewall construction gives you a good flexy fell and lively rebound
    • Air Carbon core is light and very strong
    • Aggressive carver for advanced riders
    • Powerrail Binding is wider and lower for efficient power transfer

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    "Is this a decent advanced beginner ski?"
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    Question by jax on 11/11/2011 - 10:21 pm
    "This ski is more for an advanced skier. You should check out the K2 Amp Photon Ski System which is more geared toward your skill level. This ski will help you progress into an intermediate skier!"
    Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/14/2011 - 9:40 am
    "I am 68 yrs old, 225lbs, 5ft11, east coast skiing. Good skier but I want a fun, all around ski. I get tired easily now. Is this good choice? Also, I'm looking at Volkl rtm 75 is. What size? Thanks"
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    Question by ran on 2/2/2012 - 3:09 pm
    "This ski is for more advanced aggressive riders. The Volkl 75is would be a better choice as it is for more intermediate riders and is super smooth. Your recommended size is around 178. You should check out the Atomic Smoke Ti Ski System !"
    Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/3/2012 - 1:14 pm
    "Sarah You recommend smoke ti. What do you think about Magnum 7.6 for me? I've been skiing 45 years. Skiing Rossi cobra 10.2. I want newer shape and easier skiing for the east coast. 68yrs, 225 lbs Thanks"
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    Question by ran on 2/13/2012 - 2:38 pm
    "You have a winner! Love the Blizzard Magnum for you, it is stable in the hard pack so no problem in the east coast. You will be cruising and loving it."
    Answer by alejandra (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/20/2012 - 4:18 pm
    "Hi, I began skiing last year and learned how to ski on the 2011 Motive 76. I snowboarded for 11 years and picked up skiing like I have been skiing for 11 years too. Very aggressive and fast. I am finding skiing much more fun now but I am already shopping for a more aggressive ski. What would you recommend for an all mountain ski? Or should I stay with the Motive 76? "
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    Question by dnicin on 1/8/2013 - 8:38 am
    "There are really just a ton of options for you. I would recommend checking out the Rossignol Experience 98's, they'll let you go into deeper powder. It's always best to check out some online reviews to see what other people think of them as well. "
    Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/8/2013 - 2:30 pm
    "hmmm.. I don't think the 98's would be a good choice for me. I like speed but I still want to play and be poppy in turns. What about the Rossignol Experience 88's instead? What do you think about those? "
    Answer by dnicin on 1/9/2013 - 11:59 am
    "That would be a perfect medium for you! They'll still give good float but you'll be able to have a faster turn. I'd say go for it!"
    Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/9/2013 - 12:16 pm
    "When you ship this ski, the bindings are mounted on the ski? "
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    Question by Senior skiguy on 1/20/2013 - 4:08 am
    "No, we do not mount bindings before shipping."
    Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/21/2013 - 10:48 am

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