Their excellence on the international competitive circuit has also continued, culminating at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah when athletes from around the world rode Fischer skis to a record 58 medals.
In the years since, Fischer has continued to refine and develop the technologies that make them one of the premiere alpine ski equipment manufacturers in the world.
Founded in Austria in 1924 by Josef Fischer Senior, the Fischer ski company was initially concerned with making rack wagons, sleds and a few simple wooden skis.
In 1964, Egon Zimmermann rode Fischer skis when he won the gold medal in the downhill at the Innsburg Winter Olympics, a feat that was a first for the company.
While cheaper skis can certainly be found on the market, with Fischer you are getting skis that are backed by over 80 years of experience and excellence.
The only American to win the World Championship, Bobby Fischer was a volatile and opinionated man who was eventually exiled to Japan and then Iceland.
Fischer skis are designed for skiing enthusiasts and for competitive skiers who want their equipment to give them an edge over the rest of the pack.
Fischer keeps up with the latest technologies and frequently updates their collection and discontinues certain models as new ones are introduced.
By 1992, Fischer and Camuto had increased annual sales to about 461 million dollars and their net income had increased by nearly 60 percent.
The company continued to grow throughout the 1940s and 1950s and in the mid-1960s Fischer began to rise to the elite class of ski companies.
The Fischer Bird Gardens are home to some of the world's most unusual and exoctic birds.