The newest addition to the Punisher fleet, Scott's Punisher 105 is a rare harmony of playful flotation with hard-charging carving capabilities. The 105 fills the void between the popular 95 and 115, making this more of a daily driver than its counterparts. Traditional camber underfoot gives this ski effective edge control so you can keep crushing it when the goods are tracked out but you aren't ready to quit. For a freeride skier looking to get sendy in the backcountry, the Punisher 105 is a great ski to slap a pair of AT bindings on due to its relatively light weight. The elliptic shape sheds weight while maintaining torsional rigidity creating stability and responsiveness in a variety of terrain. A true one-quiver ski isn't going to excel at one thing in particular, so while you may not float as well as your buddy rocking 125mm pow sticks or carve like a spandex-clad gate basher, the span of terrain this ski ranges is unrivaled by many of its kind.
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