Fischer Pro Mtn 95 Ti ski review, 2017/2018 men's All-Mountain Back Category, from our equipment experts at powered by Masterfit.

The Fischer Pro MTN 95 Ti has an off-piste footprint and a touch of tip and tail rocker, but the ski's insides are built to carve. Two full-length sheets of Titanal surround a wood core, with square sidewalls over the edge, and carbon tip and tail for lower swing weight. Fischer assembles these components with an eye to paring weight wherever possible. Pro MTN 95 Ti's Air Tec Ti core uses an offset milling pattern that whittles away channels in the wood without compromising structural integrity. The top of the ski is beveled on the sides, another weight-saving technology Fischer calls Razorshape. Put all the pieces together and you have a ski that motors over, around or through any snow condition you can find on the mountain. Fischer Pro MTN 95 Ti's carving chops translate brilliantly to off-trail chunder, where it finds a way to follow a clean arc in highly irregular terrain. “Great for technical skiers who want a lightweight all-mountain ski that will work in the variety of terrain we have at Mammoth,” said Corty Lawrence of Footloose Sports of the Pro MTN 95 Ti.