For the last few seasons the Fischer The Curv Ti has proved a very popular carving ski with advanced and expert skiers. It has great edge hold on ice, but will also perform well in slushy moguls and cruddy snow.
The Curv Ti loves to make long turns and you really feel how the stiffness in the tail finishes the turn with power. In comparison the tip is noticeably softer, which makes for easy turn initiation and allows you to make shorter turns with ease. It's also much better at shorts than you would think looking at the marked 18m radius, in fact it's this versatility that is the Curv's best quality.
The construction is a Beech wood core with two titanal layers and a carbon fiber laminate, and comes with the Fischer World Cup bright yellow base. The tip has the slightest of rockers, which will help you out in softer snow.
In summary the Fischer The Curv Ti is a very high performance on piste ski, that feels fun to ski and will allow you to vary your turn radius depending on which slopes you are taking on. It has some great power at the end of the turn but is not so demanding that it will punish the slightest of mistakes.