FS: Fischer S-Bound 98 EZ-Skin 179

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FS: Fischer S-Bound 98 EZ-Skin 179

Post by Woodserson » Fri Sep 20, 2019 9:41 pm

Barely used 179cm Fischer S-Bound with EZ-Skin compatibility. Crown (obviously). No bindings, flat. Drilled once for Voile 3 pins. Some scratches on topsheet, bases, minimal. *Maybe* three days of use.

98-68-78

$210 including shipping lower 48.

DOES NOT INCLUDE EZ-SKIN but but but I can sell a pair for $30 usd additional.

Pick up in NH knocks $30 off price
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Re: FS: Fischer S-Bound 98 EZ-Skin 179

Post by Nitram Tocrut » Fri Oct 04, 2019 9:49 am

Woodserson wrote:
Fri Sep 20, 2019 9:41 pm
Barely used 179cm Fischer S-Bound with EZ-Skin compatibility. Crown (obviously). No bindings, flat. Drilled once for Voile 3 pins. Some scratches on topsheet, bases, minimal. *Maybe* three days of use.

98-68-78

$210 including shipping lower 48.

DOES NOT INCLUDE EZ-SKIN but but but I can sell a pair for $30 usd additional.

Pick up in NH knocks $30 off price

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Hi Woods,

I sent you a private message.

Thank you!

Martin



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Re: FS: Fischer S-Bound 98 EZ-Skin 179

Post by mtucker42 » Wed Oct 16, 2019 9:05 pm

Cheers, Where these sold?
Thanks.



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Re: FS: Fischer S-Bound 98 EZ-Skin 179

Post by Woodserson » Wed Oct 16, 2019 9:42 pm

Still for sale.

What's your story Mtucker? Where are you located? Welcome



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Re: FS: Fischer S-Bound 98 EZ-Skin 179

Post by mtucker42 » Thu Oct 17, 2019 7:04 am

Woodserson I'm brand new to xcb and I'm excited for the winter. I live in NH. This would be my first ski, I'm looking for something I can go exploring on. Not too concerned with speed but would be interested in learning some teleturns and enjoying the woods on the seacoast and in the the whites.



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Re: FS: Fischer S-Bound 98 EZ-Skin 179

Post by Woodserson » Fri Oct 18, 2019 6:05 am

I sent you a PM, mtucker!



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Re: FS: Fischer S-Bound 98 EZ-Skin 179

Post by Woodserson » Mon Oct 28, 2019 4:10 pm

Still for sale!



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Re: FS: Fischer S-Bound 98 EZ-Skin 179

Post by iujkjk » Tue Sep 21, 2021 12:33 am

Hey there. Old thread but would these be appropriate for my 6'2", 220# frame?



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Re: FS: Fischer S-Bound 98 EZ-Skin 179

Post by jyw5 » Tue Sep 21, 2021 11:49 pm

iujkjk wrote:
Tue Sep 21, 2021 12:33 am
Hey there. Old thread but would these be appropriate for my 6'2", 220# frame?
I think 179cm would be too short for you. I'm 5'8" 135-145lbs and the 169cm S112 is perfect...which means the 179cm S98 would be pretty good for me (I have 185cm in other narrower skis which are a touch long but still turn well).

At 220lbs, there would be zero kick and glide and no flotation for you in deeper snow. If you want short skis below 190cm, look for something wider and more cambered for more efficient k&g, otherwise it will be a very slow slog...the fish scales will make it even worse. You will be walking with skis on when it is flat...unless that is your intent (I have used very short skis with heavy packs for long multiday traverses where this is fine and preferred).

This is just my opinion...but anyone else is welcome to chime in.



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Re: FS: Fischer S-Bound 98 EZ-Skin 179

Post by Woodserson » Wed Sep 22, 2021 1:50 pm

jyw5 wrote:
Tue Sep 21, 2021 11:49 pm


I think 179cm would be too short for you. I'm 5'8" 135-145lbs and the 169cm S112 is perfect...which means the 179cm S98 would be pretty good for me (I have 185cm in other narrower skis which are a touch long but still turn well).

At 220lbs, there would be zero kick and glide and no flotation for you in deeper snow. If you want short skis below 190cm, look for something wider and more cambered for more efficient k&g, otherwise it will be a very slow slog...the fish scales will make it even worse. You will be walking with skis on when it is flat...unless that is your intent (I have used very short skis with heavy packs for long multiday traverses where this is fine and preferred).

This is just my opinion...but anyone else is welcome to chime in.
Agreed. Thanks bud.

Also these individual skis shown above are currently not on the market.



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