Fischer Outback 68 Crown/Skin Xtralite Cross-Country Skis with NNN BC Bindings

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Enjoy exploring on the wide, stable Fischer Outback 68 Crown/Skin Xtralite cross-country skis with NNN BC bindings. The steel edges add control and the Offtrack Crown pattern provides reliable grip.

  • Features

    • Full-length steel edges provides maximum control and stopping power on all types of snow
    • Air Tec cores use lightweight air-channeled wood, resulting in lively and durable skis
    • Progressive-depth Offtrack Crown waxless pattern provides optimal grip and glide when touring and climbing in a wide range of snow conditions
    • Add the optional Fischer Easy Skin 50 climbing skins (not included) for better climbing capability in steeper terrain
    • Premounted NNN® BC Auto bindings have step-in capability for ease of use; the NNN BC boot/binding combination provides more power and control for off-track skiing
    • Bindings are compatible with NNN BC sole boots only


    Some manufacturers provide recommended skier weights as a general guideline. Additional factors can affect which size will best suit your needs. If you have questions regarding ski sizing, please visit a sales specialist at your local REI or contact us at 1-800-426-4840.
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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Cross-country Skiing

    Ski Design


    Ski Terrain

    XC Ungroomed

    Tip Width

    68 millimeters

    Waist Width

    59 millimeters

    Tail Width

    64 millimeters

    Ski Camber

    XC Double Camber

    Recommended Skier Weight

    169 CM: 120 and under pounds

    179 CM: 132-176 pounds

    189 CM: 154-198 pounds

    199 CM: 176-220 pounds

    Metal Edge

    Full Metal





    Bindings Mounted


    Weight (Pair)

    7 lbs. 13.6 oz.



    Boot and Binding Compatibility

    NNN BC

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