Fischer Progressor 900

2015

Top Performer
Freestyle
Fischer
Price: £590.00 (with binding)
Overall:
On piste short turns:
On piste long turns:
Bumps:
Ease of use:
Suitability for level:
Ability Level Beginner Lower Advanced Lower Expert Lower Intermediate Upper Advanced Upper Expert Upper Intermediate
Sidecut 121-75-104
Turn radius 15 (170)
Lengths 160, 165, 170, 175, 180
Construction Rocker
Racetrack Plate
Dual Radius System
Strengths Quick and nimble, feels strong in all turn shapes
Weaknesses Some skiers will prefer something heavier

They say

The new Progressor uses tip rocker to aid turn initiation while using a Racetrack plate to give greater stability while allowing the ski to naturally flex.

We say

The Progressor continues to impress, this is a lively and extremely responsive ski which immediately feels ready for action. It’s fast from edge to edge and has the ability to feel rock solid in all turn shapes on the piste. One of the strong characteristics of this ski is its sensitive touch with the snow, you can really feel what’s going on under your feet. This is a ski that suits active skiers who like to use lots of energy in their turns. It’s not the beefiest ski we had on test and some skiers may prefer something with a bit more weight under their feet, but overall this is a fantastic ski at a great price.

Tester Comments

Chris Taine
Lively and extremely responsive with a beautifully progressive flex that’s easy to control
James Allen
Very lively all round ripper of a ski. Maybe a bit light at speed, but can do it all