Scott Scrapper 95 Ski

Scott Scrapper 95 Ski
Scott Scrapper 95 Ski
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Scrapper 95 Ski by Scott
If you're looking for a daily driver that'll get you down the steeps, through the trees, and back to the lift with nimble prowess, the Scott Scrapper 95 Ski is your man. It features the same award-winning construction as the Scrapper 105, but with a waist width more in tune with the days between storms, tackling mixed conditions and chopped pow with skill. Rockered tips makes for some smooth turns as you play, with classic camber underfoot for optimal edge hold on the groomers and a 3Dimension Sidecut for added stability. A full-length wood core keeps the Scrapper light enough for hiking the backcountry, with a carbon laminate to add torsional rigidity without weighing you down.

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