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Fischer Motive 95Ti sizing.

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I'm looking to add a Fischer Motive 95 Ti to a 2-ski quiver.

Using a Kastle LX82 in 172 cm, and finding this an ideal length. Formerly rocked a FX84 in 168 length but needed better carving perf.

I'm 150 lbs, level 8-ish, power (as opposed to finesse) skier, 70/30 on/off piste..

Looking at the 168 and 175 cm lengths, and not able to demo now.

 

Thoughts?

Thanks.

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Anyone?
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Haven't demoed the Motive 95 yet, but I really liked the Motive 86 at 175cm. I'm 5-10 and 145lbs, more finesse than power, similar level.
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I'm looking to add a Fischer Motive 95 Ti to a 2-ski quiver.

Using a Kastle LX82 in 172 cm, and finding this an ideal length. Formerly rocked a FX84 in 168 length but needed better carving perf.

I'm 150 lbs, level 8-ish, power (as opposed to finesse) skier, 70/30 on/off piste..

Looking at the 168 and 175 cm lengths, and not able to demo now.

 

Thoughts?

Thanks.

 

174cm on the Motive 95ti.  It is an easy length to ski, and it has early rise, skis 2-3cm shorter than the listed length.   I skied the 174cm the other day on hardpack, it was super fun, plenty quick.  

 

We just marked down our entire fleet, if you are looking for a decent deal this time of year...no snow (yet again).  Supposed to be mid 60's this weekend.  I know we have 1 pair of 174's left (got 2 pair of 180's, that is the length a lot of people would buy, myself included).  

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