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Originally Posted by Cirquerider View Post
I was on the Fischer RX9 this year and it was a ski I really liked. The profile is narrow at 109-69-99, but it was great at very high speed GS turns, and could be bent to an nice arc to do shorter turns as well. Its good off-piste with a pintail that releases when necessary. It won't compete for the wide ski terrain, but I though it did the things it does best (hard snow, crust, bumps) very well.
A agree that it's a very versatile ski and a lot of fun. It's what I've been using most often these last several seasons for the reasons you mentioned. I've seen quite a few people using the RX-9 for recreational racing, patrolling and instructing in the PNW. It works well at a variety of speeds and in a variety of conditions and is suitable for a broad range of abilities.