New Moon Fischer Speedmax Skate Racing Package w/ Salomon Boots & Swix Poles
Our ski packages have the benefits of discounted pricing, well-matched components, and flexibility if a skier has special needs or preferences. Just note any special requests or concerns in the fields above. All packages arrive with bindings mounted and ready for the trail. Happy skiing!
Profile 3-5. The best you can get!
Skis: New Fischer Speedmax Skate ski, optimized for speed & stability. They are the fastest-gliding skis in the racing world. Right out of the box, you get Fischer’s elite World Cup grind. The skis are shipped with cover wax—just scrape and go.
Bindings: Turnamic World Cup Pro Skate Bindings offer tool-free adjustability allowing skiers to personalize the ski's feel based on one's preferences.
Boots : Salomon's legendary fit, S/Race Carbon Skate Prolink boot. Provides very stable support and excellent control, but offers a forgiving fit at the same time. Prolink NNN Sole now works with NIS Plates. Not Compatible with SNS Bindings.
Poles: Swix's flagship pole, the Triac 4.0, are exceptionally stiff and lightweight. detachable, TCS Cork grips and ergonomic straps.
Just because the Speedmax are World Cup Skis doesn’t mean they are hard to ski on. The combined stability and predictability of this combo allows elite skiers to focus on their race and not their equipment. This also enables developing skiers to improve balance and technique and achieve their goals.
**Don’t worry about equipment sizing – just fill in the "Best Fit Form" under "Required with Purchase" as accurately as possible, and we’ll take care of the rest. You will be contacted if there are any questions.
Please fill out our "Best Fit" form so that we can select the best ski for you.
By using the following profiles, we can work together to select skis or a ski package that will meet all of your needs. Select the profile that best describes you and then choose equipment rated for that profile. Or give us a call, (800) 754-8685 – let us know which profile you are, and we'll help you pick out your equipment.
Profile 1. Beginner
You've skied very little or not at all.
Profile 2. Novice
You've begun to grasp technique and balance, but you're not yet sure-footed at medium speed. You can turn with control at slow speeds.
Profile 3. Intermediate
Your technique, balance and turning are pretty good at medium speeds. You still fall occasionally, mainly at high speeds.
Profile 4. Advanced
You seldom fall and have good technique, balance and turning skills.
Profile 5. Expert
Excellent balance and turning skills at all speeds.