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S-Bound 112 Ski

#223496 | 1 available

Reg: $379.00, SALE From $264.97



Bust out of the tracks with the S-Bound 112 skis from Fischer Skis.

Based on the lightweight S-series skis, these skis have a wide waist for floating over powder, and an Air Channel Core for keeping your skis light. The extruded, positive waxless Sintec base makes rolling hills easier than ever.


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Fischer SkisS-Bound 112 Ski

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Not for turning

By AKChester

from Anchorage, AK

About Me Hard Core

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  • Grip
  • Lightweight


  • Does Not Maneuver Well
  • Poor Ride

Best Uses

  • Long Trips
  • Powder
  • Uphill

Comments about Fischer Skis S-Bound 112 Ski:

I spent the last two years trying to figure out the best ski for long tours, and made a mistake buying these skis. It's always a compromise between uphill and downhill performance when buying this type of ski. I was hoping that the stiffness of these skis would make edging down harder slopes better than the soft Annums. These skis have great at grip uphill, better than the Annums, but that grip kills the turns. When weighting the ski for a turn, the scales slow it down so bad that it will make you fall if you initiate too hard. I even put glide wax on the scales, but it was little help. In spring corn/crust snow I had to hop turn. I've only had these skis on wind affected and hard spring corn snow, which is the typical snow for long tours. I don't know what they are like in slush or powder; probably better. I did a multi-day glacier tour, and a few excursions in the Front Range near town. My friends on skins were a little slower on the long tour gradual up, but blew me away on the downhill and had a lot of fun carving up the same stuff I spent frustrated hop turning. I'm selling the fish scales and will try to find a waxable ski, or just stick with skins.

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turns galore

By jc

from Denver, Colorado

Comments about Fischer Skis S-Bound 112 Ski:

This is about a good as it gets for a touring ski that turns. It has good camber while kicking and gliding, and good sidecut for short radius turns. The only thing I don't like is the fish scales. They are great for climbing, but they sure are slow on the downhill trails compared to a waxable base. Unfortunately, it seems to be impossible to find a backcountry tele ski that is waxable.

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