Posted by: citizenski | June 20, 2008

Fischer Vision Breeze Skis 2008/09

Fischer Vision Breeze Skis 2008/09

The Breeze is a great looking ski and perfect for the intermediate and advanced skier. More stability, better handling at speed yet still comfortable for all-day long effort. The Breeze is a stronger and more versatile than the three models beneath, a broader shape also gives more support for adventurous skiing and deeper snow – they come in at 118-74-104. So with such dimensions you are going to enjoy a good carve, some sporty edge-to-edge performance and no matter if you are caught in deep snow or some spring sludge there is enough ski underneath you to help you out of tricky positions.

skireviews.co.uk rating: 99/100. Great looking and hyper-versatile ski for the female intermediate to advanced skier.

The manufacturer says this about the Fischer Vision Breeze Skis 2008/09:

For demanding skiers. The top model in the comfort class. This all-purpose ski is precise, fast and stable. Easy handling and good control in all conditions.

This independent label unites all the technologies that have been designed especially for the Vision series ski construction and take into account the female anatomy. Such as Flowflex Vision with free ski flex without the loss of control forces and 50% weight reduction compared with the unisex line. Or Railflex Vision, the Railflex technology with sleek lightweight housing. The “MYTURN” label is rounded off by the special binding mounting point, the extra hard steel edge (Plasma edge), Air Power and Air Channel with air ‘corridors’ in the (glass fibre) wood core.

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