2020 Fischer Ranger 94 FR Skis

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2020 Fischer Ranger 94 FR Skis

The all-new 2020 Fischer Ranger 94 FR skis are a perfect addition to Fischer's line this year, as they hit a lot of boxes in a clean and efficient manner. There's going to be a lot of skiers that find exactly what they're looking for with these great skis. Built like the highly-successful Ranger 102 FR from last year, the 94 simply comes in a slimmer version. Built with a wood core, a partial Titanal laminate in the form of Air Tec Ti, and a turned-up tail, these things scream playfulness. Super-solid and stable underfoot, the Ranger 94 FR is as capable on-trail as it is off. When you're on the groomers first thing in the morning, the sandwich sidewall construction is capable of holding an awesome edge, even on firm snow. The wood core is stable, snappy, and fun, so you can really generate a ton of power out of a carved turn, even at high speeds. Skiers will love the overall damp feeling of the ski, with the Air Tec Ti underfoot, you'll feel like you have stability to spare. Off-trail, the turned-up tail and the wider platform make a huge difference in variable conditions and terrain. You get a wider, more balanced ski to base your adventures off of. Thanks to the carbon nose, the skis are highly maneuverable and capable of fitting through some tight spaces and narrow chutes. In the moguls, the forgiving tip and the turned-up tail make wiggling through tight lines an absolute blast.


  • Sidecut: 126/92/117 mm at 177 cm length
  • Turn Radius: 17 meters at 177 cm length
  • Wood Core
  • Carbon Nose
  • Air Tec Ti
  • Sandwich Sidewall Construction
  • Rocker/Camber/Rocker Profile
  • Twin-Tip Shape
  • Ability Level: Advanced Skiers
2020 Fischer Ranger 94 FR Skis
Im looking for new telemark ski for groomers, spring/early season, non snow days. Currently have 4frnt hoji which may be the funnest ski ever with 1" of new snow or more. Does surprisingly well on groomers too, but obviously not made for it. Also have the rustler 10 which I have a love hate relationship with. The tails on the rustler 10 hook up more than Brad Pitt at an oyster festival. I want the tails of my skis to do their job and not have to think about them on every turn. I have learned to adjust and they are now more intuitive but occasionally they get caught up and I feel like its a matter of time that my knee goes with it. Not sure if this is the combination of the ski + telemark turn or the ski in general. I've been eyeing the Ranger 94 fr and the enforcer 88/93?
Question by: Mac on Mar 4, 2020, 9:03 AM
Hi Mac!
I'd say the Ranger is a better choice. If you're looking at the Enforcer, just to bring it up, the Santa Ana line has the same shape but a balsa wood core, so it's lighter. They come up to 177's as well, so you might be able to find a deal on an older pair, for what it's worth. But the Ranger is highly playful and fun, but still has a good, strong kick at the end. Hope that helps!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Mar 4, 2020, 11:16 AM

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