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Fischer Stunner Ski System with Bindings (Kids')

Fischer Stunner Ski System with Bindings (Kids') -

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    Profile Waist Width

    Rocker: Shaped like a U. Great for float and easy control in soft or deep powder.

    80-89: Versatile; good blend of carve and float

    Style: A20516

    With the Fischer Stunner Junior Ski System you get all mountain performance that's ready to grow with them. Scaled for smaller riders, the Freeski ROCKER profile lifts contact points off the snow for a more forgiving ride and enhanced mobility to make it easier for beginners to get the ski on edge. Control is maintained using Fiber Tech construction that improves durability without adding weight, and the included FJ4 Bindings provide efficient energy transfer.

    • Freeski ROCKER profile is easy to turn and forgiving for skiers still developing their skills
    • Fiber Tech construction provides efficient power transfer without adding weight
    • Includes Tyrolia FJ4 Bindings
    • Profile: Rocker
    • Waist Width: 80
    • Bindings Included: Included
    • Design: Children's
    • Ski Dimensions: 106/76/90
    • Turn Radius: 14m (size 121)
    • Fully featured binding allows of heel or toe release for maximum safety
    • Automatic height adjustment in the toe allows bindings to be used with junior or adult boots
    • Adjustable din range from 2 to 7.5
    • SLR 2 Junior binding mount system allows for natural flex and durable support
    • Bindings must be mounted and adjusted by a certified ski technician before use

    Questions and Answers

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    "Do these skis come with bindings and are they adjustable? "
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    Question by james blowers on 2/2/2017 - 4:44 pm
    "Yes, the skis come with bindings that you are able to adjust to your needs."
    Answer by Tina (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/3/2017 - 12:34 pm
    "Is 111 a good length for a 9yr old beginner that is 54" tall? If not, what is the appropriate length?"
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    Question by Cary on 9/20/2020 - 8:48 am
    "For an accurate measurement, please provide us with weight. "
    Answer by Kelli (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/22/2020 - 3:24 pm

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