Scott SpeedGuide 95 Ski

Scott SpeedGuide 95 Ski
Scott SpeedGuide 95 Ski
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SpeedGuide 95 Ski by Scott
The Scott Men's SpeedGuide 95 Ski is an uphill machine that doesn't sacrifice performance on the descent. Weighing in at under 6 pounds per pair, you'll easily crush steep approaches and still have juice left to style your line. With a nimble 95-96 millimeter waist that can take control of firm snow but doesn't let you sink when the going is deep, and a rockered tip for extra float and agility, this ski can handle any condition save for the deepest powder days. A paulownia wood core provides a playful, responsive feel without adding excess weight, while Scott's torsionally-stiff Elliptic Sandwich construction and carbon and fiberglass laminate ensures a stable, smooth ride.

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