The RC One range is Fischer's main innovation for the 2019/20 season. It was presented to ISPO and represents the core of the All-Round and All-Mountain range of the Austrian manufacturer; it finds its main representative in the Fischer RC One 72 Multiflex. This ski immediately seems "light and easy, versatile both from the target audience's point of view and thanks to use in different snow conditions," explains Giovanni Manfrini. The ski is "manoeuvrable, agile and fun on soft snow," continues Giordano Magri. In the end, it is a "very effective ski that is appreciated both for its manoeuvrability and comfort, [which is] decidedly playful," concludes Stefano Casalino, appreciating Fischer's choices for this All-Round aimed at Class-3 skiers. Entry into turns is very simple thanks to the rocker and the flexibility of the tip, even if it is sometimes not precise (Stefano Belingheri). From the middle of the turn, its performance improves remarkably to the point that, according to Alex Favaro, its strong point is closing the turn, where it is stable and precise. It is also remarkable on transformed snow because it "floats well and stays stable on choppy snow too; you can trust it if you go fast," explains Laura Jardi. Its downsides are mainly due to its difficulty in mastering short turns – its structure is rigid and doesn't allow for good deformation (Laura Jardi and Francesca Rudisi). In its high-speed performance, the ski starts to tremble and gives a feeling of instability due to the rocker in the tip (Stefano Belingheri and Federico Casnati). In any case, this ski corresponds to the stated profile and is aimed at a developing skier who is starting cut curves, or at a skier who is looking for a ski to pivot effortlessly.
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