2024 Fischer Ranger 108 Video Review

Tech Details

Fischer Ranger 108
Length Tested: 185
Lengths: 171, 178, 185, 192
Dimensions: 142/108/133
Radius: 17m
MSRP: $1,000
More Info: fischersports.com

Test Notes

The Fischer Ranger 108 gave me a very calming feeling, to the point that I really didn’t have to think about this ski being on my feet. I was able to seamlessly focus on my line, the natural obstacles I passed, and the other skiers and riders I was able to overtake with style and poise. When I approached a mandatory air, I would land, and ski away with ease. The Ranger allowed me to ski from first chair to last, and from top-to-bottom no stoppin’, which was what I enjoyed most about this effortless ski. I was fortunate enough to ski it primarily on storm days in fresh, trackless pow, but when I came across a groomer or hard-packed snow, its edges cut like a knife, and allowed me to continue with confidence past the “lift closed” sign straight to my ski locker at the base. —Mike Flood


  • Impeccably easy to ski.
  • Great stability in choppy snow and terrain.
  • Floats through soft snow and deep powder.


  • Overly aggressive skiers may find it not as stiff as they would like.

What type of terrain is the Fischer Ranger 108 best suited for?

Steep, open faces and tight trees.

What type of snow conditions is the Fischer Ranger 108 best suited for?

This ski is happiest in soft snow, but has fantastic edge hold on groomers.

What type of skier is the Fischer Ranger 108 best suited for?

A strong intermediate to advanced skier.

Mike Flood

Age: 50 Height: 5’9” Weight: 190 lbs
Occupation: Hardware, Lumber & Building Supplies Store Owner
Years Skiing: 41
Preferred Ski Length: 184cm Length
Preferred Ski Width: 111mm Underfoot
Preferred Terrain: Steeps & Trees
Preferred Conditions: Storm Snow


This review was independently done and the views are that of the author.

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