Fischer Womens KOA 110 skis flat - no bindings
The 2014 Koa 110 is Fischer's widest women's ski. It's a big-mountain free-ride twin-tip with sufficient girth for flotation in deep snow, plus tip and tail rocker to further enhance its powder buoyancy. Low camber underfoot provides a measure of hard-snow carving performance. The Koa 110's wood core is reinforced with carbon-rich laminates to stiffen flex without adding much weight. Fischer's Koa collection of women's specific skis is a broad series comprising six models ranging in width from 110 down to 75. All models are rockered (narrower models in the tip only; wider ones in the tip and tail). All (except the value-priced, foam-core Koa 75) are wood-core, laminate constructions with full-length/height sidewalls. Wood is used for durability and responsiveness; full sidewalls for optimized edge grip and solidity underfoot. The sidewalls are angled - less edgy than vertical sidewalls and more resistant to damage caused by the opposite ski's edge. Fischer's women's skis get all-poplar wood cores, which are lighter and softer flexing.