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Fischer's My Turn is, quite literally, a featherweight contender in the women's ski category. At 1.15kgs it is easy to turn, easy to ski and most likely, easy to carry too! Here's our review....
Level
Advanced
Terrain
Piste
Best for
Ladies who are perfectly happy cruising around the pistes
Price
£460
Season
2018/19
lengths
141,148,155,162
Bindings?
Yes
Playfulness
6
Energy
7
Value
8
Edge hold
7
Stability
7
Turn initiation
7
Overall Score
7
+
Featherweight without the fun being removed
Has a shelf-life for improving skiers who will grow out of it

// Buy //

// Buy //

Fischer have positioned the My Turn as an intermediate ski and this is where it truly belongs. With its forgiving soft flex and mega lightweight construction, the My Turn has been designed to inspire confidence and facilitate progression all over the mountain.

When you're facing chopped up end-of-the-day conditions on the piste, the wide front shovel will help keep you on top so you can cruise towards après with ease. This also makes the My Turn a great option for those who like to nip off the side from time to time and throw in a few turns in the fluff.

When it comes to on-piste performance, Fischer's Air Tec technology really delivers the goods. A special milling pattern on the core that reduces the weight of the ski by up to 25% without losing torsional stability, this technology makes the My Turn feel equal parts light and stiff, responsive and reliable.

Combined with carbon stringers, the Air Tec technology helps keep the weight-torsion ratio and flex along the My Turn at an optimal point. This basically translates into a ski that is easy to throw into the turn and one that can hold a line and won't lose grip or ping you around.

At higher speeds the My Turn does feel a little less secure due to it's super lightweight construction so faster skiers may want to look elsewhere but for intermediate skiers, it's an all-day cruise-fest of a ski.

At £460 including bindings, it offers great value for money for those looking to perfect their piste skiing with style and a smile.

// Buy //