Kid brother to the legendary Scrapper 124, the Scott Scrapper 115 Ski packs all the agility, float, and stability of its sibling in an all-mountain friendly width. Built with a super stable Sandwich construction with a full ski length paulownia wood core, the ski stays nimble and quick edge to edge while providing a stiff, energetic flex and ample float that's ravenous for first tracks in fluffy pow and the chopped-up leftovers the next day. Twin-Tip Rocker M design lends a playful feel to a ski that otherwise means business, and the medium 24m turn radius lets you decide whether you want to rip couloirs or surf the swells in open powder fields.
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