Fischer Trinity


Women's Piste Performance
Price: £380.00 (Including Bindings )
On piste short turns:
On piste long turns:
Ease of use:
Suitability for level:
Ability Level Lower Intermediate Lower Advanced Upper Intermediate Upper Advanced
Sidecut 118-68-100
Turn radius 13 (160)
Lengths 150, 155, 160, 165
Construction Sandwich sidewall
Poplar wood core
On Piste rocker
Strengths Reactive, light and easy to use
Weaknesses Twitchy through the curve, nervous at high speeds

They say

The Trinity is designed for skiers who take things as they come - a sporty ski with classic design. It uses rocker through the nose to give easy turn-initiation while giving full edge contact at big angles

We say

It’s a lightweight ski that’s exceptionally easy to use at slow speeds. It felt best suited to shorter radius turns, where the tight sidecut and exceptionally narrow waist made it quick onto the edge. Match that with a wider shovel and tail, and you get lots of feedback. But some of our testers found it quite twitchy - and at high speeds this can make it feel unstable. Overall this is a fun ski that would suit aspiring carving skiers more than experts.

Tester Comments

Rowena Phillips
The light weight is very noticeable at slower speeds when it’s easy to control.