If you're a freestyle-oriented skier and you're in the market for a sweet twin tip setup in either 135, 145, or 155 cm length, you're in good shape here. Built with a wood core and a fiberglass laminate, the Prodigy is a quick, snappy, and energetic ski not only for park and pipe, but also for all-mountain thrashing as well. At 80 mm underfoot, the Prodigy has that good central-area of width. For shorter skis, the waist gets relatively wider, so these feel and float wider than the 80 mm indcates. Add to that a freeride rocker profile and you've got a pretty sweet little shape for soft-snow skiing and powder flotation.
On top of that rocker profile is the twin tip shape that allows for the park and pipe performance. Additionally, I really like twin tips for tree skiing because if you get caught in a tricky spot, you can just back out, and basically do a 3-point turn to get yourself going again. It's a very useful shape to have in a ski, not just the fact that you can ski, take off, and land backwards as well.
All in all, the Fischer Prodigy skis with bindings are an amazing setup for junior skiers who want to either ski all-mountain or park and pipe. It's just a really nice, versatile setup for junior skiers looking to shred. Turn Radius: 12 m at 145.
Weight: 1250 g per ski at 145. This item is in the category "Sporting Goods\Winter Sports\Skiing, Snowboarding & Snowshoeing\Skis".The seller is "jetin_96" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.