Model: AMC 76
Size(cm) / Radius(m): 182/? 176/17m, 170/16m164/15m, 158/?
Length Tested: 170
“Wide carving ski for prepared slopes on- and off-piste action (50%/50%). With its innovative B-Magic design this 3D AirCarbon Titanium chassis will be an eye-catcher on any slope. The perfectly integrated Railflex2 ski plate binding system transfers energy instantaneously. The ideally-matched MX7 boot makes this a serious contender in all situations.
This ski can be taken anywhere and enjoyed everywhere. Don’t be concerned about being an Eastcoaster, Westcoaster, or from the Rockies, with 76mm under the foot and 17m radius in a 176cm, have a ball! Two sheets of titanium give this ski superior edge hold on the groomers and stability in the untracked.”
I won’t take a lot of your time with long rants about the results of our extensive testing and how we put every ski we test through the proverbial "mill". There are only 4 things you need to know about the Fischer AMC 76:
The AMC76 loves to cruise and do almost everything at higher speeds. This is a true All Mtn Expert ski that will make you want to get off the packed and the perfect corduroy, and take your skis on a vacation where they can “run free.”
The Fischer AMC 76 goes through anything, including broken up crust and late day crud and crap. The surprise is that they do it with such little effort.
The faster you ski them, the better (and lighter) they feel. Bring your best technique and they will do anything you ask of them. BUT, do bring your best technique.
What other companies wish their “All Mountain” ski could do.
Yes I loved the Fischer AMC 76, and my 200lbs was okay on the 170cm version. That only added to the fun, and versatility.
The 176 is a missile but lacks the agility of the 170. (obviously) So consider the consequences of "long can be wrong" with today’s incredible variety of shorter skis that perform brilliantly.
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