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Fischer Big Stix 100

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Fischer Big Stix 100 freeride ski test 2016


Length (cm): 166, 176, 186
Sidecut (mm): 131-100-123
Radius @186cm (m): 21.0


Terrain: 30% piste - 70% off piste
Discipline: freeride
Skier level: intermediate - advanced
Stability: good
Edge grip: good
Floatation: very good
Profile: twintip rocker

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Freeride ski Fischer Big Stix 100 2016

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Heyman's review: Advanced freeride skier

Advanced level freeride skier
Heyman's rating of this ski:

4 stars

 Considering his skiers profile:

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Reviewer Heyman

"One-Ski Quiver: the ultimate ski that carves like a slalom ski, accellerates like a GS ski, is as comfortable as an all-mountain ski, cuts through chop like a freeride ski and surfs in bottomless powder like a fat powder ski. Impossible. But which ski comes closest?"

 SkillsLevel 13
 FitnessLevel 7
 SpeedLevel 12
 Length:178 cm
 Weight:85 kg


My favourite one-ski quiver:

1. Stöckli Stormrider 95
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2. Atomic Automatic 102
One-ski quiver Atomic Automatic 102


3. Head Venturi 95
One-ski quiver Head Venturi 95


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The Fischer Big Stix 100 is easy to ski. It turns without effort in every possible circumstance. On the groomers it carves nice big turns and short turns are easy. In chopped up snow the front rocker and twintip profile let the skis shoot over any obstacle resulting in a comfortable ride. The Big Stix 100 has enough float to tackle powder snow as well. So all in all a good performance in all different kinds of terrain. But what the Big Stix 100 really wants to do is play. All day long. It's such a playful ski and so easy to handle that you just want to jump off and over anything. Jump over a bump, land softly and carve some turns, jump from the piste and plunge into the powder, make some turns and jump back on piste. And so on and so on. All day long.

This ski is made for...

This ski is made for every intermediate and advanced skier who sees the whole mountain as a big playground. Expert freeriders will find the Big Stix 100 too soft and will miss some stability. But it's an ideal ski for beginning freeriders and advanced skiers who want a comfortable and easy turning ski to cover the whole mountain. And because I love playful skis, it gets a 4 star rating from me.

Fischer about the Big Stix 100

"This ski with new shovel geometry and Freeski ROCKER technology enables sensational twists and jumps.", according to Fischer. Yes. Jump! Jump!

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