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Fischer Hannibal 96 Carbon

by Fischer
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Original Price $799.95
Current Price $699.95
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The Hannibal 96, a lightweight ski that will charge on the way up as much as on the way down. The tip and tail rocker paired with a softer camber will make this ski forgiving and easy to drive. Expect a classic Fischer feeling with great edge hold in hard-pack conditions thanks to its sidewall construction. A Paulownia wood core and Fischer's Aeroshape top sheet will have you feeling fresh for those extra laps. The Hannibal 96 shines if your jam involves controlled speeds, bouncy short radius turns and an extra lap to get the most out of the day.

Lengths available  162                169                176                183             
Weight (g)  1187              1271              1334              1395     (verified) 
Radius (m)

19 m (162 cm)

20 m (169 cm)

21 m (176 cm)

22 m (183 cm)


125/94/112     (162 cm)

126/95/113     (169 cm)

126/96/114     (176 cm) 

128/97/115      (183 cm)

Profile Tip rocker, Camber underfoot

Sandwich Sidewall construction

Paulownia core with Air Tec Ti titanal layer


The Fischer quality applied to Touring!

A great Rockies do-it-all ski

Lively, Nimble and Adaptable




The shorter contact length of the ski ensures that turn initiation is easier and requires less effort. Five different types: All Mountain ROCKER, Freeski ROCKER, Tour ROCKER, On Piste ROCKER, Hybrid ROCKER.


Air Tec Ti
Air Tec Ti

Depending on the field of use, the AirTec core will be improved by an titanium reinforcement.



Special lightweight design for extreme torsion stability.

Sintered Bases
Sintered Bases

Sintered bases have exceptional waxing properties and a very long service life.


Sandwich Sidewall Construction
Sandwich Sidewall Construction

Wood core combined with ABS sidewalls in a classic Sandwich Construction for balanced flex and perfect rebound.



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