Like the legendary Carthaginian military leader across the Alps – this light touring ski featuring Air Tec Titanal and Aeroshape has everything you need for it.
An effortless climb and cool performance on the way down!
As the flagship of Fischer's backcountry freeride line, the 100 is equal parts hard charging and quick climbing, with a light and snappy Paulownia wood core that's outfitted with carbon fiber stringers and a Titanal laminate so you can put the hammer down when it's time to descend.
The company's Aeroshape design increases stiffness without increasing weight, Aeroshape concentrates the mass of the ski in the middle and tapers towards the edges, which makes the ski lighter without giving up any of the torsional stiffness that's so key when you're edging hard in variable, or worse, snow.
The Hannibal 100 is light and it also has additional benefits such as its width of 100 mm, adding great stabilty. This makes the ski especially particularly interesting for the downhill. This pays off especially on multiple-day tours – when conditions can vary immensely.
The Tour ROCKER is an indispensable feature of the Hannibal 100. The shorter contact length of the ski is designed for extreme conditions such as those you encounter on long touring stages. This means the Hannibal is easy to turn and saves energy in all situations.
Thanks to Air Tec Ti the ski is very light so difficult climbs can also be managed with ease. As a result you have sufficient energy left to enjoy the subsequent downhill rides!
Lengths : 170 cm, 180 cm, 190 cm
Dimensions : 131 / 100 / 117 mm
Weight per Pair : 6 lbs. 6.2 oz. /177cm
Turn Radius : [180 cm length] 23 m
Profile : Tour Rocker (rockered tip & tail, camber underfoot)
Construction : sandwich (ABS sidewall)
Core : paulownia, carbon stringers, Titanal reinforcement