A fast and responsive resort ski, the Scott Slight 93 is maneuverable and agile, ready for hardpack, bumps, and tight trees. The versatile 93mm waist excels on the groomers but won't let you down in deeper snow.When designing the Slight 93, Scott was committed to providing on-piste performance while understanding that sometimes you want to seek out a little more adventure. The Slight 93 is a great inbounds ski, but don't let that steer you away from the occasional backside lap. The Pro-Tip Rocker profile handles well in powder and variable snow, and a snappy 15-meter turn radius gives this ski a nimble feel, allowing you to make tight turns when you need. The full-length wood core makes this ski stiff and energetic, with stringers of carbon and aramid to increase dampening.
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