Fischer KOA 88 Ti Women’s Skis – 2014/2015 Review

September 15, 2014
Fischer KOA 88 Ti Women’s Skis – 2014/2015
GEAR INSTITUTE RATINGS
92
Responsiveness
8
Float
9
Versatility
7
Stability
10
Carving
10
Value
8

The Good

  • Strong
  • Damp
  • Stable
  • Chews up terrain

The Bad

  • Too much ski for intermediates
THE VERDICT

Fischer's KOA 88Ti is a kick butt ski for strong skiers who want to get the most out of every day on the slopes. Advanced, technically proficient all-mountain minded women will love this ski.

FULL REVIEW

If our big mountain test was only aimed at hard-charging women who ski from first to last chair, Fischer’s KOA 88Ti might’ve been the overall winner. Even without that classification, it still scored firmly in the top rankings, and was lauded for its ability to eat up terrain, charge trees, bumps and groomed, and reward capable skiers who love to rail their turns.

If it has a fault, and many of our top testers don’t think it does, it’s the KOA 88’s inability to go slow. If you like to take a couple runs off during the day, you might want something slightly more versatile. If you’re a woman who runs with the wolves, then the KOA can run with you.

 


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MSRP
$700.00
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