Fischer Trinity My Style

2013

Women's Piste Performance
Fischer
Price: £430.00 (Including Bindings )
Overall:
On piste short turns:
On piste long turns:
Bumps:
Ease of use:
Suitability for level:
Ability Level Lower Advanced Lower Intermediate Upper Advanced Upper Intermediate
Sidecut 118-68-100
Turn radius 13 (160)
Lengths 150, 155, 160, 165
Construction Sandwich sidewall construction
Carbon Fibre reinforcement
Foward binding mounting
Strengths Easy to use, lightweight, great in the bumps!
Weaknesses Too soft for high powered carving

They say

We say

The Trinity definitely comes across as a ski that has style and looks as a big part of its character. This would be a great match with the latest Prada outfit! Nonetheless, it’s a ski with a performance focus and uses a network of carbon fibres to improve torsional stiffness around its wood core. The Trinity has quite a different character to many of the other skis in this category. It flex is very soft through the front of the ski, this makes it easy to use, particularly on initiation of the turn. It is also very lightweight so for short turns and quick changes of direction it is effortless. This actually made it great fun for skiing the bumps, that soft nose, quick edge change and lightweight all helping in that sort of terrain. At high speeds for carving it felt too soft and unstable to suit aggressive riders.

Tester Comments

Lynn Mill
This should be a mogul ski! Narrow and soft, but not for anyone more than a casual skier
Rowena Phillips
Good lightweight ski that’s easy to use