4,000 foot lines might not satisfy your taste for human flesh, but they'll definitely take care of your skiing jones, and if you've put in all the work yourself on the Fischer Hannibal 94 Ski, all the better. The little brother of the Hannibal 100, Fischer's flagship big mountain touring ski, the 94 gives up a few millimeters of width, so it won't be quite as floaty, but it also drops a few ounces, so you'll beat your fat skied buddy to the summit and get first tracks every time. Apart from the width and weight and graphics, the 94 and 100 are identical, with a lively Paulownia wood core that's been created with Fischer's Air Tec milling process, which gives the wood a honeycomb structure that cuts weight without messing with the ski's flex or durability. Carbon stringers give the ski some snap and stiffness, while a thin Titanal layer keeps things damp and smooth without putting unnecessary stress on your hip flexors. You're probably touring for fresh turns, but you always encounter the unexpected in the alpine. The Hannibal's ABS sidewalls, underfoot camber, and torsion resistant Aeroshape design keep the ski's edging power on point, while the Tour Rocker a raised tip, basically gives you the ability to float through pow and roll over manky, variable snow. Fischer finished the Hannibal off with a relatively flat, square tail, which gives you some extra stability when you're railing turns and provides a secure spot for skin attachment.