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Fischer Ranger 88 TI Skis 176cm + Attack 13 Binding (2015)

Fischer Ranger 88 TI Skis 176cm + Attack 13 Binding (2015)

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FISCHER says:-

Cool on-piste, speedy off-piste. Precise control and excellent float through Freeski ROCKER, light thanks to Air Tec Ti.

 

SIDECUT: 128-88-115

RADIUS/SL: 19m/176cm

LENGTH: 160,168,176,184

BINDING:

ATTACK 13 W/O BRAKE [A]

Fischer, has a long history of alpine and nordic skiing gear manufacturing and for 2015 they are revitalizing their ski touring and ski mountaineering racing line up with some exciting new technology.

DELIVERY

FREE UK Mainland Standard Delivery (3 - 5 days) on orders £100 and over

FREE Click+Collect Order online and collect from your local store for free

UK Mainland Orders Standard Delivery (3 – 5 days) On orders under £100 £6.50

UK Mainland express delivery (1-2 days) from £6.50

Orders received before 12pm Mon - Fri will be dispatched same day.

If you are purchasing ski's and bindings and require them to be mounted please provide mounting details in the notes box at the checkout. to mount bindings we require the skiers; age, weight, height, ability level and boot sole length (in mm stamped on the boot). Ski orders recieved without mounting information will be dispatched un-mounted.

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RETURNS

Returns Period - We will happily refund or exchange any item purchased from Ski Bartlett within 14 days. Exceptions apply to certain products such as ski's that have bindings fitted.

Exchanges – For a speedier exchange, we recommend that you return your original item for a refund & reorder online.

Ways to return your goods:

Return to store FREE

Return via Post Royal Mail costs apply

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