2022 Fischer Ranger 102 FR Skis w/ Tyrolia Attack2 14 GW Bindings

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Fischer Ranger 102 FR Skis with Bindings

Today's modern freerider will love the overall versatility and fun-loving nature of the Fischer Ranger 102 FR skis with bindings. This is an amazing deal for advanced skiers who are looking to conquer the whole mountain with grace and style. Thanks to the light weight wood core and carbon nose, the skis are super-easy to get around, especially for how wide they are. In fact, there's a lot of caveats when it comes to these skis. they're quick for their width, they're very floaty for a 102, they're very stable for their weight, and the list goes on. When we pair them with bindings, it makes for an incredibly valuable setup that will serve you well for quite some time. Fischer's ability to make a ski that can do a lot of things at the same time contributes to the overall precision and quality of the ski and allows for them to increase the versatility, creating a supremely fun ski that has little to no limitations, but a whole lot of perks. Skiers who are looking for that freeride ski that can double as a touring ski should also take a look at the Ranger 102 FR due to the lighter overall weight. Again, this all points to the amazing well-roundedness of the ski, making skiers the ultimate winners of the deal. For advanced skiers who are looking to ski everywhere on the mountain, look no further than the Fischer Ranger 102 FR skis with bindings.


  • Sidecut: 136/102/136
  • Turn Radius: 18 m at 177
  • Weight: 2000 g at 177
  • Wood Core
  • Carbon Nose
  • Tip and Tail Rocker
  • Milled Air Core
  • Ability Level: Advanced Skiers

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Preferred Terrain
 All-Mountain •  Park •  Powder 


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Free mounting?? Looking at the Fischer 102FR in 156 with binding package?


Question by: Joshua Chapman on Oct 9, 2020, 6:31 AM
Yes. We offer FREE mounting if you include your actual BSL in mm. The skis will still require a final binding adjustment by a certified technician before use, but we will save you some money on the mount.
Answer by: Pat Kerwawycz on Oct 9, 2020, 9:31 AM
What size do you recommend for a male 5’7” 150ish lbs, looking for use in the trees, bumps, side hits, some switch skiing, but not so much on the jumps, I was thinking 177, do you agree?
Question by: Tom on Nov 18, 2021, 11:13 PM
Hi Tom,

Thanks for your inquiry.

At your height and weight, you fall in line closer to the 170 cm than the 177 cm length. Due to its turned up tail, you will loose a bit of edge contact but its minimal, about 2-3 cms. At your light weight, you will not over power the 170, and the shorter length will be easier to turn in the bumps and tight tight trees as well as initiate spins or airs off side hits or jumps. You could go either way though. Great all-around ski and staff favorite here at SE!

Good luck and think snow!

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Nov 19, 2021, 8:34 AM
I’m 6’0” 225 athletic build, pretty aggressive skier, advanced level and ride all over NE. I have the ranger 94fr in 184, love them but want a wider for fresh days. Contemplating with the wider ski what length I should go with. I like a shorter ski for glades, but want the stability for my size.

Would you recommend the 191, 184 or 177?
Question by: Jeff Ilg on Dec 18, 2021, 7:20 PM
Hi Jeff,

The Fischer 102 FR would be ideal. An extremely versatile ski for being 102 underfoot, It can carve, float, pivot and slash through a variety of snow conditions and certainly is great floater in the fresh stuff. At your specs, I would say go for the 184cm. 177 to short and the 191 would be a lot of ski to maneuver around, especially in the tight woods of New England.

Hope this helps and think now!

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Dec 20, 2021, 1:14 PM
Hi, I really like this ski but i'm confused on weather or not it's a men's, woman's, or unisex ski. I have heard that there is no men's or woman's variant of the ski and that it is unisex but on the description of the ski it say that its a woman's ski.
Question by: Sam on Oct 26, 2020, 11:02 PM
Hi Sam. Thanks for reaching out with your questions. This is not a women's specific ski. It is essentially a unisex ski. It is a powerful, lively, yet easy-to-use ski that accommodates a lot of riders. Feel free to give us a call with any other questions: 877-812-6710. Thanks!
Answer by: Matt McAlary on Oct 27, 2020, 12:11 PM
I'm a big guy and an advanced skier. I grew up skiing in the East coast, so steep groomers are my home. But I'm now living out west, so I'm having to readjust my style too infuriate bumps and powder. I was wondering what length would be appropriate for me with an emphasis on bumps first and powder second: I'm 6'3 and 250, but I've been asking a 184 for years and love it. Should I get a 184, or is the 191 really the more appropriate length for me?
Question by: Graham on Jan 3, 2021, 8:53 PM
Hi Graham!
While you could certainly get endless enjoyment out of the 184, and I wouldn't talk you out of it, your size and application sound like a 191 skier to me. I'm 6/2 220 and I prefer the 191. Have fun!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Jan 5, 2021, 1:26 PM
I'm so sorry, one more question: for an otherwise advanced skier trying to get better at bumps and powder, would you recommend the Ranger 102 FR or the Enforcer 104 Free? I understand the Enforcer is a little more forgiving and has more tail rocker, making it better in tighter or bigger bumps.

Sorry, just trying to figure out a one-ski quiver and no one nearby has any of these available for demo. Thank you!
Question by: Graham on Jan 5, 2021, 2:59 PM
Pretty similar in the tips and shovel, as the Ranger does have the carbon nose. Overall, the Enforcer is stiffer, due to the two sheets of metal, but it is remarkably compliant for the stability. Have fun!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Jan 11, 2021, 1:33 PM
Hello! I am 5’3 and 115lbs, what size is recommended for skis? Also, what does sole length mean because I am a first time ski buyer. Does it mean my boot size (assuming any ski boots shall work for these ski bindings?)
Thank you!
Question by: jayla on Jan 3, 2022, 2:51 PM
Hi Jayla,

At your height and weight, go with the 156 cm length.

Your boot sole length is the actual length of your ski boot, in millimeters.

Finding your Boot Sole Length (BSL) is easy. On your ski boot, there will be a 3 digit number on the outside or inside heel of one or both of your boots.

You can refer to our Sizing Information page if you scroll down to the bottom of our hoe page for ore details.
Hope this helps!

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Jan 4, 2022, 8:23 AM
At 5'9" 190lbs fairly aggressive skier, am I going to overpower the 170s?
Question by: Gillian Black on Jan 5, 2022, 6:03 PM
Hi Gillian,

yes at your weight and height you would over power the 170. You need to be on a minimum 177cm length. Preferably at the 184 length which we are out of right now.


Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Jan 6, 2022, 10:04 AM
At 5’7, 114 lbs and I’m an aggressive skier, what length would you recommend?
Question by: Claire on Mar 13, 2022, 12:49 AM
HI Claire!
I'd go 163 in that ski. Probably the best for your mix of height/weight. Have fun!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Mar 15, 2022, 7:55 AM

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