FischerCarbonlite Skate Roller Ski

If only Nordic was this smooth all the time.

Fischer's Carbonlite Skate Roller Ski feels as smooth as riding in an empty Nordic track all day, with nothing but groomers to practice your prowess on. Its air core composite frame offers a unique, ski-like feel that absorbs vibrations from bumpy roads to give you a smoother performance, and the razor shape base has an innovative geometry that provides enough clearance even when your kick angle reaches the extreme. The Carbonlite employs a precise performance with a solid suspension and double-sealed bearings that continue the ski's smoothness overtime with maintenance-free convenience and no hassle. 

  • Fischer's top model for skating and summer training
  • Air composite construction absorbs shock to perform smoothly
  • Razor shape base ensures sufficient clearance with high kick angles
  • Double-sealed bearings provide smooth precision
  • Compatible with Fischer's Rollerski Skate Binding and RC or RCS Roller Shoes
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Low Impact, Great Training

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Having picked up Skate skiing last winter, and only get a taste for the fitness it offered, I was stoked to grab a pair of these to continue training in the summer.

Coupled with the Fischer Rollerski NIS binding, these roller skis have a great flex pattern. mimic the action of a skate ski, and provide a great LOW IMPACT high intensity workout.

I've had a hard time with road running the last few years due to injuries and general fatigue/soreness. Rollerskiing provides a full body workout, minimal impact on my joints/bones and drives strength in my muscles both upper and lower body.

They work best on bike paths, loop roads in parks, and low traffic neighborhoods. I took them down to Moab and rode on the bike path next to the river below the towering walls and it was a great way to get a workout in between climbing objectives.

If you have a disdain for running, want to get into skate skiing, and enjoy moving efficiently in your workouts, i'd give rollerskiing a try. As far as drylan training go, it's improved my times for ski touring, hiking, trail running, and keeps my upper body fit.