The Fischer KOA 84 is a great ski for the advanced to expert skier who will spend most of her time on the groomed trails, but spend plenty of time off piste. The Fischer Freeski Rocker has rocker in the shovel, camber underfoot, and rocker in the tail. The rocker in the shovel of the ski keep the tips from sinking in powder, engage the tip of the ski quicker on the groomers for quickness edge to edge, and absorb negative vibrations caused by crud or bumps. Camber underfoot will improve your edge hold on the firm snow. Rocker in the tail add some ability to smear turns in the deep snow, and release you out of a turn quicker on the hard pack. The Sandwich sidewall construction of the KOA 84 adds tons of torsional strength, and gives you great edge hold when thing are firm or icy. Fiber Tech Construction has a glass fiber network that has the same bending properties so your ski will be super light without losing any power. An 84 mm waist is perfectly capable of being a fun ski to ski on the groomers, and float in the powder. Having a 14m (@159cm) is very quick and responsive to make short turns, especially at this waist width. If you are looking for a ski that will take on the on piste and off piste terrain equally well, the Fischer KOA 84 will be a great ski for you.
Hey, Im Julie, I just got off the Fischer Koa 84. I give this a 4 1/2 out 5 star rating, I really like this ski. It's really stable underfoot, great for an advanced to expert, or beyond level lady, 84 underfoot. It really is versatile enough to be able to ski groomers, an to ski a little bit of boot deep to knee-deep powder. You could really whip this thing around really quick, the turn initiation on it is excellent. If you really wanna rip some short, snappy turns it's great. You can let it out, and let it run some really nice long GS carves to, Mach speed it's right there with you. The graphics are really sweet this year, the kinda paint design which they carryover on to the base, which I thinks great. So all in all 4 1/2 out of 5 stars really nice ski.
Hi I'm Emily. I just got of the Fischer Koa 84. I give this ski a 5 out of 5 rating today. It was an awesome ski. It really held up great at high speed. It was smooth transitionion but still gave you energy outof the turn. It was easy edge to edge but Ifelt like you could really get a lot out of this ski wether you're on flatter snow or whether you're on a flatter slope or kind of steeper slope. It was really good in both setting. It held a great, was able to make both slalom turns and GS turns pretty effortlessly and at really bomber speeds it was solid underfoot. A ski that definietly instills confidence in you and a ski for an advanced skier. Little bit extra waist width under here gonna do well in some fresh snow as well. So for that advanced women skier who's looking for a ski to really rip some hard turns, I would recommend this. I give it a 5 out of 5 today.
Hi I'm Annie. I just rode the Fischer 84 Koa. I'm going to give this ski a 3 out of 5. It is an advanced to expert ski. It was a little catchy you really had to have the muscle and stay on the edge in order for it to go where you wanted it to go. If you stayed out front and over the tops and really stayed with the fall line it was good. It's an all mountain ski and it did do well in the long turns and short turns it's stable it's just a little catchy between turns. You definitely don't want to day dream. Again it's a 3 out of 5.