The ski in details
This is the latest in Slalom race design. Specialized shovel construction and M/O Race Plate give the RC4 World Cup SC Pro the right amount of stiffness and power for maximum acceleration. Outfitted with stabilizing Hole Ski technology and yellow World Cup race base, this is an amazingly fast, nimble race weapon.
Air Carbon TI 0.8: Wood Core with double Titanal shell, reinforced with Air Carbon. Perfect edge grip and extremely smooth running as a result.
Diagocarbon: Innovative diagonal positioning of a glass fiber grid for excellent torsional stability with maximum power and stability in turns.
Hole Ski Technology: Lower mass inertia moment thanks to less weight in the ski's tip and tail for improved oscillation behaviour, perfectly smooth running and better turning and control.
M/O-Plate: Our new race plate guarantees high performance and efficient power transfer. The result is an ideal flex and maximum speed for smooth, aggressive turns.
Sandwich Sidewall Construction: Wood core combined with ABS sidewalls in a classic Sandwich Construction for balanced flex and perfect rebound.
Shaped Ti 0.8: Shaped Ti is a titanium inlay matched precisely to the ski geometry. Specific contouring provides the appropriate amount of stability for a given ability level, plus optimal grip and a smooth ride.
Sintered Bases: Sintered bases have exceptional waxing properties and a very long service life.
World Cup Tuning: Edges and base are given an extremely precise World Cup level finish on the most modern grinding line in the world.
Video Fischer RC4 Worldcup SC Pro
Ski review Fischer RC4 Worldcup SC Pro
At the 2022/2023 WorldSkitest the skis in the category „Race SL“ were closely evaluated at Silvretta Montafon. Tester’s opinion: "The "RC4 WC SC" is the new generation slalom specialist from "Fischer". This racer won the tight battle for the podium and completed this with a place on the victory podium in the SL models. No matter how hard or difficult the slope is, the edge grip is firm! Very good ratings in all areas."