Scott Scrapper 105 Ski

Scott Scrapper 105 Ski
Scott Scrapper 105 Ski
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Scrapper 105 Ski by Scott
Click into the Scott Scrapper 105 Ski to provide yourself with a stable and playful platform to slash powder, pop off cliffs, or rail turns on groomers. The 105mm waist thrives in all of these conditions due to its quick edge to edge feel on firm snow and its ability to float in fresh powder. The Twin-Tip Rocker Profile further boosts the Scrappers versatility by featuring rocker in the tip and tail with camber underfoot. This allows you to float in pow, edge on groomers, and pop like there is no tomorrow so that you can express yourself however you see fit.

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