Posted by: citizenski | July 23, 2007

Fischer AMC 76 Rail Flex AC 2008

Fischer AMC 76 Rail Flex AC 2008

Probably the most versatile ski in Fishcer’s allmountain AMC range. The 76 has that amount of millimetres underfoot for added floatation in softer snow and improved stability in tricky all-terrain conditions.
As is typical of Fischer skis you get a carve-orientated shape which is very stable on a medium to long carve and pretty smooth with Railflex system.
In all a good allround performer, not too heavy, well planted and suited to the advanced holiday skier. For the expert skier i find they lack a little sensitivity and can feel a touch "tinny" in comparison to theirFischer race-bred stablemates…..must be the Sandwich construction on the more expensive race skis that makes them so smooth.

An excellent advanced-skier allrounder.

4/ 5

The manufacturer says this about the Fischer AMC 76 Rail Flex AC 2008:

Looking for adventure, off-piste as well. Leaving tracks behind, on all kinds of terrain. With skis that are at home wherever you take them. Outstanding stability with extremely low weight. High-tech material as used in aerospace engineering to stand up to tough conditions: Air Carbon. Ideal turning and control in all snow and piste conditions. A superior construction that replaces the conventional wood core: the Air Carbon Chassis. Only a few selected facts from a long list of technical highlights that the AMC series has to offer. A ski you can always rely on.

For excellent experiences. The on- and off-piste specialist with particularly lightweight Titanium AC Chassis and very balanced flex tuning.

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