Fischer Spider 62 Crown Xtralite IFP Nordic Skis


Step outside and start your next adventure. No matter the trail or terrain, there is an Offtrack model to take you where you want to go. Mid-length sized and fully featured for easy climbing and control, pick your best match and head out the door.

Take your skiing further with the versatile Spider 62 Crown Xtralite. Designed for use on or off-track, the addition of full-length metal edges provides an extra element of control and comfort. A light, air channeled wood core enhances stability, durability and edging, while the Offtrack Crown pattern offers a great blend of grip and glide in a wide range of conditions. Mid-length sizing provides skiers with increased control and maneuverability for an easier skiing experience.

Skis Length/Body Weight: 166cm/<65kg, 176cm/65-89kg, 186cm/80-105kg, 196cm/>100kg.

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**Bindings are not included with these skis and are sold separately**


  • Weight Per Ski: 1.760g/179cm
  • Base/Climbing Zone: Sintec/Offtrack Crown
  • Core: Air Channel
  • Sidecut: 62-52-60
  • Offtrack Crown
  • Speed Grinding
  • BINDING: Sold Separately
  • Lengths: 166cm, 176cm, 186cm, 196cm.


Universal stone grinding for perfect gliding properties in all snow conditions.

Universal stone grinding for perfect gliding properties in all snow conditions.

Air Channel
Air channels integrated into the fiberglass wood core save weight compared to the pure wood cores and are more resistant to breaking. Better area pressure distribution.

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