The 2020 Fischer RC One 86 GT skis with bindings are a new model for this year, and are poised to make some big waves (carves) for front-side enthusiasts. At 86 mm underfoot in the 175 cm length, these skis have the shape, build, and profile to lay down some serious tracks. Built with a wood core and two sheets of metal, these are the real-deal carving skis that you dream about. A big reason why they're so amazing is Fischer's Turn Zone technology. The material in the tips and tails is milled away on the outside, making turn initiation and completion a lot easier and more fun. While a true race ski would be burly all the way through, there aren't many skiers out there that enjoy that type of ski on a daily basis. As such, the Fischer RC One 86 is a bit easier on the entry and exit, but still a full-on burly ski where it counts. The 17-meter turn radius is perfect for linking carved turns, as it sits in the sweet spot of a shorter GS style turn. As a result, you can really lean it over and generate some serious power out of the arc. Fischer's new material, BAFATEX, is a non-woven fabric that is used to keep strength and power up and weight down. With less weight comes less vibrations, and you'll feel the difference for sure when you get up to speed. This setup is extremely smooth and has edge grip for days, so make sure you get out there and rip it up on the 2020 Fischer RC One 86 GT skis with bindings.