The all new 2018 Fischer My Curv 110 Vacuum Full Fit was our test team's favorite Fischer women's boot for its even fit, progressive flex feel and dialed stance angles. They liked the way this boot skied through a variety of terrain and every turn radius.
Testers felt that the stock, non-Vacuumed fit was on the roomy side of the narrow fit group, but they suggested it might be snugged up with a high-pressure Vacuum molding session. They liked the new liner's, pre-shaped 3-D ankle pockets, and of the flex-stabilizing inlaid composite panel on the lower shell's medial side, one tester said this boot had the most consistent-feeling flex of the test for her. Testers did mention that the out-of-box calf fit was tighter than the general tension of the lower boot.
Testers liked the stock stance angles of the My Curve 110—this was a marked improvement over testers' take on Fischer's narrow women's boots of the past. Lively and full of energy with snappy, crisp transitions is how one tester described it. Another commented that turn initiation was effortless. While this boot was entered in the Frontside category, testers thought it was a fine All-Mountain boot too, and much more solid than the 90-flex My Curv that was entered in that category.
While we didn't custom test Fischer Vacuum boots at this year's test (Fischer's decision), our previous tests have shown this to be an effective fitting and stance alignment tool. With the My Curve 110 testers didn't make much mention of needing it outside of a few individual fit match issues or for trying to tighten up the lower boot.
“Great frontside boot for the larger volume foot.” -- Michael Kendrick Powderly
“Definitely a good, aggressive frontside boot—responsive without much effort!” -- Patti Zuber
“Transfers power from cuff to edge with ease! Fit is wonderful for the more voluptuous foot.” -- Danielle Goldsmith
“S.U.V. that corners like a Lotus! Awesome edge control.” -- Melodie Buell
“Snappy, crisp transitions and great feel for the snow! For the good skier who wants to rip.” -- Megen Johnson