Ski Fashion Trend Report – Fischer – Winter 2020/21
By: Victoria Capone & Sofia Gallo. KB Fashion Productions
Founded in 1924 in Austria, Fischer Sports specializes in innovative gear and accessories for Nordic and alpine sports. Their style is perfect for the mountains to the lodge, providing a bold and stylish flair that not only makes you stand out, but perform at your best.
With a sleek and seamless design, the Speedmax Classic and Carbonlite Skate boots provide expert level performance with an edge. The silhouette mimics the popular Speed Stretch-Knit High-Top Trainer from Balenciaga, with a continuous shape from leg to foot. The pops of neon inspire feelings of retro nostalgia, making you stand out from the rest.
Pieces like the Urban Cross and BCX 675 Waterproof boot provide top quality and functionality, while also being able to transition from one activity to the next in your everyday life.Specifically, the BCX 675 mimics the retro, chunky style shoe trend developing over the past few years, featuring elements that can be found in designer footwear from Maison Margiela to Balenciaga and beyond.
Urban Cross Ash
Taking design cues from the casual look and comfortable feel of today’s footwear, the Urban Cross is still built to deliver a great skiing experience. The insulated upper features a waterproof/breathable liner for all-weather comfort, while the wide profile sole improves stabilty and power transfer for ski control.
BCX 675 Waterproof
Take on variable, challenging conditions with the proper gear. Fischer waterproof Triple-F Membrane with waterproof zipper is a great start. Add an easily adjustable cuff, leather upper, and a stable molded heel cap to stay dry, warm, and still be agile. No-slip Vibram® N75 sole for safe walking.
Taking cues from the World Cup, the new Carbonlite Skate WS boot with narrow fit has eliminated weight and increased performance. A new carbon cuff and heel counter work in tandem with an improved inner boot and lacing system for optimal energy transfer and control.