2023 Fischer Gunbarrel Skis

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2020 Fischer Gunbarrel Skis

The 2020 Fischer Gunbarrel wants to hop, skip, slash, and finesse through every zipper bump line on the mountain. Did you see all those perfect bump lines under the lift? Send it. Spread Eagle underneath the chair? You won't. If you're serious about taking your bump skiing to the next level, the Gunbarrel is truly a master of its domain. This ski is specially designed and constructed to excel at mogul skiing. Though it's designed to perform at the top level of mogul competition, any advanced skier who appreciates the finer aspects of mogul skiing would find the Gunbarrel approachable. In a class of ever-diminishing options for truly dedicated bump skis, the Gunbarrel is clearly rising to the top of its class. Its straight sidecut design creates a non-hooky feel with unmatched maneuverability in tight situations. A Beech/Poplar wood core paired with Fischer's aerospace derived Air Carbon layup allows for an extremely lightweight, flickable feel when you get these on snow. For aerial maneuvers, the Gunbarrel's lightweight layup shines. Rotations feel like a breeze, allowing you to focus more on body positioning than the skis on your feet. Heavy impacts are absorbed by supportive tails that won't wash out on landings. Built with Fischer's bomber sandwich sidewall construction, these sticks are sure to stand up to one brutal training session after another. For skiers looking to ski the whole mountain, every day, look elsewhere; but for the last bastions of bump skiing culture, this ski might be a shining light. Pull the trigger on some new 2020 Fischer Gunbarrrels and feel the mogul flow take over.


  • Sidecut: 98/62/86 mm
  • Turn Radius: 21.5 meters at 177 cm length
  • Weight/Ski 1500 g
  • Sintered Bases
  • Sandwich Sidewall Constriction
  • Ability Level: Intermediate/Advanced
2023 Fischer Gunbarrel Skis
I want to learn to ski the bumps and willing to spend money a one trick pony ski. i'm 185cm tall. should i go 163s or 170s? Thanks
Question by: jack on Apr 10, 2021, 2:22 PM
Hi, The rule of thumb when choosing the right ski length is that it should extend somewhere between your chin and the top of your head. And the best skis for moguls are generally the shorter ones than your usual planks. It provides better balance and control when handling turns between bumps. Either length will work, depends on your weight and what type of turns you want to make. The shorter the ski the easier to turn quickly but if you are over 185 lbs, the 170 maybe better, it will provide a little more stability. Hope this helps, SE
Answer by: Alli R on Apr 12, 2021, 1:28 PM

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