When Fischer decided to give the popular Ranger line an overhaul, they went to team athletes, shop employees, engineers, and die-hard skiers to develop the best possible line of freeride skis. After 30 months of intense collaboration, they created a full suite of powerful yet playful freeride skis ready to take on the wide range of conditions and terrain that progressive freeriders encounter. More specifically, the Ranger 108 is the second widest ski in the line, making it an excellent option for the powder-seeking freeskier that demands precise edge hold when conditions are less than ideal. This versatility comes courtesy of its slightly more nimble 108mm waist, but also the combination of a poplar/beech wood core, sandwich widewall construction, and shaped Titanal layer—all of which strike that hard-to-find balance of power, agility, and floatation. This construction and shape is further complemented by Fischer's Freeski Rocker profile, with tip and tail rise and traditional camber underfoot. Whether the day calls for deep snow, wind buff, or a smattering of everything in-between, chances are the Ranger 108 is the right call.
Wide 108 mm waist prioritizes deep snow performance while maintaining edge hold
Sandwich sidewall construction with shaped Titanal for stability at speed
Freeski rocker profile keeps ski nimble and eases turn initiation in deep snow
Winter 2022/23 model
171 cm, 178 cm, 185 cm, 192 cm
141 / 107 / 132 mm (171 cm) 142 / 108 / 133 mm (178 cm) 143 / 109 / 134 mm (185 cm) 143 / 110 / 134 mm (192 cm)