2024 Fischer Transalp 105 CTi Video Review

Tech Details

Fischer Transalp 105 CTi
Length Tested: 185
Lengths: 164, 171, 178, 185
Dimensions: 139/105/124
Radius: 22m
MSRP: $975
More Info: fischersports.com

Test Notes

Incredibly light and responsive, the Fischer Transalp 105 CTi made me feel like a ninja on skis. Despite being a touring-focused and therefore soft snow-loving ski, I was still blown away by how well it handled fresh pow, even when the snow was so deep that I couldn't see the tips in front of me. The natural turn radius of this ski is a generous 22 metres, but it miraculously felt smaller given how well it threaded between Red Mountain Resort’s tight trees. On lower-tide days, it carved the corduroy exceptionally well, ate up the bumps and tracked-out snow, and never let me down or made me regret my choices in any type of terrain or conditions. The Transalp 105 would be ideal for an advanced to expert skier who spends as much time riding the lifts as they do using skins, and I already can’t wait to do more of the latter this winter. —Mike Flood


  • Nimble and easy to turn in tight spots.
  • A dream come true in soft, deep snow.
  • Carves exceptionally well for a touring-focused ski.


  • Heavier skiers may find it a touch too light.
  • Chatters a bit at high-speed in crusty, off-piste terrain.

What type of terrain is the Fischer Transalp 105 CTi best suited for?

Steep chutes, open meadows, tight trees and groomers.

What type of snow conditions is the Fischer Transalp 105 CTi best suited for?

The excelled most in fresh snow, along with "yesterday's fresh," crud, and the groomers.

What type of skier is the Fischer Transalp 105 CTi best suited for?

Advanced to expert skiers who aren't afraid to charge hard.

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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