Fischer My Ranger Free 110

Model Year
All-Mountain Freeride
Last Width
Flex Index
Price (MSRP)


The 2019/2020 Fischer My Ranger Free 110 was tested in the women's All-Mountain Freeride medium category at Silver Mountain Resort by the experts at America's Best Bootfitters, powered by Masterfit.

The Gist

This boot checks a lot of boxes, one tester said. Another just said, I want this boot! Again, the My Ranger Free 110 is on the podium with a gold medal for its pairing of stunning range of motion in hike mode (best in test) with true Alpine descent qualifications, all wrapped in a noticeably lightweight package. It’s one of those tight-mediums, testers say, right on target for a 99mm last and ideal for average to slender calves. Its sneaky hike mode switch location remains a tester fave.

The Fit

Our test team placed this right between a medium and narrow—so pretty much what you'd expect from a 99 mm last. They gave it very even fit scores throughout the lower boot and upper cuff, meaning that it grabbed the foot and leg with a firm grip but in a contoured way that didn't offend bony bits or wide spots. They liked how easy it went on and off and that it buckled up in a straightforward, alpine sorta way without goofy overlaps and ladder straps. Not only did the My Ranger Free 110 get the highest score of the On-Off Area medium width group for Anatomical Fit and Initial Feel, it also outscored every On-Off Area boot in that criterion, regardless of its width group.


Bankable, regular, reliable from turn to turn, on every kind of terrain and snow surface is how testers described the My Ranger Free 110. They said it was more a steady-Eddie than it was lightning quick, but they praised the way they could count on this one for a powerful, smooth descent regardless of how they might have gotten to the top, whether by chairlift or sweat equity. The option to earn ones turns with this boot were the real deal, they said, citing its light weight (1580 grams in a 26/26.5) and a long-ranging, friction-free stride while in hike mode.

Cool Features

The My Ranger Free 110 ticks all the boxes for a modern, high performance On-Off Area (aka Freeride) boot: Grilamid shell and cuff, tech binding compatibility (Dynafit fittings), full-thermo liner, rockered soles (GripWalk), minimalist buckles and a superior cuff release and cuff rotation range of motion. And it does all of that with top shelf fit and performance. Well done, Fischer!

Sizes (MP) 
Hike Mode 
Boot width profile 
Also in this Collection 
My Ranger Free 90, $600
Cantology Compatible 
Total Avg Score 
Anatomical Fit and Initial Feel 
Dynamic Balance 
Edge Power & Fore-Aft Support 
Quickness, Steering & Feel 
Convenience, Warmth & Features 
Tech Compatible 


  • “Very comfortable! I love the walk feature and the easy walking GripWalk soles on the bottom. Did well on the descent--remained very predictable and stable through all terrain. Crazy heel lock! ” -- Liz Elling
  • “A good 110 flex. Walk feature is new and different from others--located just under the upper buckle. The GripWalk soles provide confidence when walking.” -- Emily Poore
  • “Great boot. Snug, narrowish fit. Performed well in variable conditions.” -- Melodie Buell


  • “The soles are so grippy—a little tricky on stairs at first. ” -- Liz Elling
  • “Predictable but not very lively--lacks energy.” -- Emily Poore

This boot available at...

Avon, CO
Newton, MA
Ann Arbor, MI
Teton VIllage, WY
Costa Mesa, CA
Pagosa Springs, CO
Morris Plains, NJ

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