2023 Fischer Ranger 102 Skis w/ Marker Griffon 13 GW Bindings

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Fischer Ranger 102 Skis with Bindings

The Fischer Ranger 102 Skis with Bindings is an ideal set up for advanced to expert skiers who want a ski that excels on both hard and soft snow. With a 102-millimeter waist, this ski is quite impressive on well it can hold a mean edge on the firm stiff, but also doubles as powder ski when Mother Nature brings you that foot of fluff. Freeski Rocker gives you camber underfoot for that great grip, and the unique rocker profile in the tip and tail floats, slashes, and busts through variable snow conditions with authority. The core of the 102 is built with wood, a combination of Polar and Beech with is lively and damp. What gives the ski so much versatility is the rib of metal above the core that both dampens and smooths out the ride, no matter what conditions are under your feet. A western quiver killer, or a great east coast player in regions that can get some lake effect snow, the 102 is sure to put a smile on lots of skiers faces. The Fischer 102 with bindings provides all of the high-end performance you will ever need and comes in a color scheme that is sure to turn heads while standing still in the lift line or skiing under the chair.


  • Sidecut: 137/102/127 mm at 176 cm length
  • Turn Radius: 18 meters at 176 cm length
  • Weight: 2150 grams at 176 cm length
  • Rocker/Camber/Rocker
  • Beech/ Poplar Wood Core
  • Shaped Titanal 0.5
  • Sandwich Sidewall Construction
  • Sintered base
  • Ability Level: Advanced to Expert Skiers

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2023 Fischer Ranger 102 Skis w/ Marker Griffon 13 GW Bindings
I've decided to go for ranger 102 but is not sure about the size. I'm 6''0 and 160lbs, intermediate to expert ski level and is choosing between 176cm and 183cm. 183 could be too long but I did read some suggestions on going for longer skis for freeride ski. Appreciate any advice on this.
Question by: Gaole Meng on Apr 5, 2022, 5:24 PM
Hi Gaole!
I think you should go with the 183 here. The Ranger 102 has a fair bit of tip and tail rocker that cuts into the effective length of the ski. The longer length will give you much needed stability on groomers and hardpack while also providing a ton of float when the snow gets deep.
Answer by: Chris McClelland on Apr 7, 2022, 3:15 PM
Looking to replace my rip stick black editions 96 and 106 with one set. I have a set of Volkl 96 blaze for dry periods. From your awesome reviews I’m choosing between the new fisher 102 (in the 176 length { would prefer 177/8}) or the Liberty 101 in 176. Also was intrigued by your review of the Nordica Unlimited in179cm due to their swing weight but was concerned over the “twitchy” aspect. Please Advise. Thanks for the great service and products you provide!

Question by: R G on May 2, 2022, 2:06 PM
Hi RG!

The Genesis 101 is more rockered in the tips and tails so you'll get a more playful turn and more maneuverability out of this ski. On the other hand the Ranger 102 is smooth and composed with a flatter tail that wants to hold onto turns, so its going to depend on what style your skiing is. I wouldn't recommend the Unlimited however since that is a more touring oriented ski and isn't as stable or damp as a resort focused ski.

Have fun!
Answer by: Chris McClelland on May 2, 2022, 4:58 PM
Hello I'm 174cm (5'8.5) aggressive expert level skier trying to decide size. I liked the 94fr in 177 and would not want the ski to ski shorter. I'm considering the 102 in 176 and the 96 in 173. With the rocker profile of these compared to the 94fr, how would they compare lengthwise. Also how would they compare in length to rustler 9 and 10 in how they ski? Thanks for all your outstanding info and videos!!!!!
Question by: chris on Apr 29, 2022, 7:41 PM
Hi Chris!

The new Ranger 102 has the same shape and profile as the 102 FR but with a little more vibration dampening and a shaped metal laminate. For the 96 they gave it a similar shape to the 94 FR but flattened the tail for more edge grip. A good way to look look at the new Rangers is that they're softer than the Ranger Ti models but stiffer than the FR's. Were the FR's had a high energy feel the 102 and the 96 are more damp and composed thanks to the added structure the Ti laminate adds. Compared to the Rustler these are a more traditionally turning ski and like to hold onto the turn a little longer than the Rustlers. Both are great off and on the piste but the ranger leans more towards on piste while the Rustlers are more off piste.

Have fun!
Answer by: Chris McClelland on May 2, 2022, 4:49 PM

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