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The Fischer Koa 80 produced consistent scores in our 2013 on snow ski test in Austria. They’re easy to turn, lightweight and responsive, making them a great choice for anyone who wants the versatility to ski the whole mountain.
fischer koa 80 2013 skis
Level
Advanced
Terrain
All Mountain
Best for
Handling all snow conditions on every part of the mountain. Easy turning on-piste and handles soft powder equally as well, would suit intermediate to advanced female skiers.
Price
£430.00
lengths
147,154,161,168
Type
Ski
Off-piste
7
Low speed
8
On-piste
7
High speed
7
Overall Score
7
This all mountain women’s ski from Fischer is a solid, wood-core, but light model that would suit recreational to advanced skiers.

It’s made to ski the whole mountain and does a pretty good job in providing versatility in most conditions. It does seem to handle both piste and powder snow equally well, with our testers giving very consistent results on groomed snow and variable conditions.

The all mountain tip rocker makes turn initiation easy on-piste and helps the tips to stay afloat in deeper snow. They might be well built but they remain light, meaning they’re responsive and handle short turns well.

A good, versatile women’s specific ski that will do the job, whatever’s thrown in front of you.

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