2022 Fischer Ranger 90 FR Skis

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Fischer Ranger 90 FR Skis

The Fischer Ranger 90 FR skis fall into that "tweener" category, offering playful performance and value in a size range from 142 to 172 cm, breaking on the 10's. there's something very nice and reassuring about a standard wood core ski with a bunch of camber. While there's a bit of tip and tail rocker to the ski, the camber in it is fairly high, leading to a snappy and energetic turn. When there's no metal in a ski to give it strength and power, ski companies generally revert back to a higher camber profile to generate that energy. The profile is one thing that lends to fun, and for skiers looking to get into the park and pipe scene, this heavily cambered profile gives the ski a ton of pop and snap off the lip of the jumps, allowing for bigger tricks and spins. For skiers looking to learn the art of the carved turn, the camber allows for excellent energy into and out of the carve. At 90 mm underfoot, you're getting some decent flotation, especially for a shorter ski, and in the 162 cm length, the skis generate a 13-meter turn radius. This is on the short side, again lending to the snappiness and quickness of the ski for skiers who want to put their energy into the ski and get it back on the back side of the turn. The twin tip shape is ideal for those freestyle-oriented skiers looking for that playful personality. The Fischer Ranger 90 FR skis are an ideal choice for the current tweener generation.


  • Sidecut: 128/90/116 mm
  • Turn Radius: 13 meters at 162 cm length
  • Wood Core
  • Twin Tip Shape
  • Mostly Camber
  • Ability level: Intermediate and Advanced Skiers

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Preferred Terrain
 All-Mountain •  Park 


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2022 Fischer Ranger 90 FR Skis

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Why is the ski so cheap? Is the quality poor?
Question by: AlexanderH. on Mar 16, 2022, 8:07 AM
HI AlexanderH!
For one, it's a different build than the upper-end Ranger FR's, so it's a less-expensive build. For another, we buy a lot of them so we get a better discount on their way in, allowing us to pass the savings along to you!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Mar 16, 2022, 1:23 PM

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