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Scott's Pure Free 90 Ti is a modern everyday resort ski for intermediate and advanced skiers who are looking for maximum versatility and stability. The 90mm waist and medium radius mean it's perfectly suited to a variety of conditions from fresh groomed pistes to feather light powder, and all the snow in between. The Titanal and Sandwich construction provide the grip for piste; the shape and the poplar wood core ensure the right mix of liveliness and versatility.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type Lots of time on pistes, whatever condition they are in and also some of the accessible off piste. A 90mm waist, a medium radius and tip and tail rocker means the ski feels nicely stable whether groomed, choppy or fresh snow. Skier TypeIntermediate and lighter weight advanced all mountain skiers who want maximum stability without weight. There'll be lots of turns on piste and, thanks to its width and dimensions, the Free 90 will be comfortable whatever the conditions, especially when compared to a more shaped, piste orientated model. The versatility and the balance of easy handling and performance mean less demanding off-piste will always be an option to test and improve skills on.OverviewShapeInspired by Jéremie Heitz, the new Pure Freeride sidecuts provide both stability and manoeuvrability. Shorter radius in the front than on the back, with a long radius under the foot, make the ski agile in any conditions. 90mm underfoot with a 16m radius (177cm) for the Free 90 sits it perfectly in the middle of all mountain skis with versatility the key.RockerAll Mountain Tip and Tail Rocker. Having rocker in both the tip and tail allows for optimal float in deep snow and creates a playful ski, while traditional camber underfoot maintains edge hold and stability.CoreThe Full-Length Wood Core produces a more consistent ski flex and creates a homogeneous transition between middle part and rockered tip and tail. Poplar is a good mix of light and durable, helping the ski feel responsive.ConstructionSandwich Sidewall Ti. The ultimate ski construction for freeride performance. The full-length sidewall construction delivers precision and speed for effort transmission. The Titanal layer makes the ski ultra-stable for high-speed runs.Key FeaturesTitanal reinforcementStability and performance are key on compact snow when the grip and the confidence in the skis are pushed to the limit. The titanal reinforcement makes the push on the edges quicker and more precise. The Scott titanal re-enforcement has a unique shape depending on the ski model to not compromise the natural flex and ski rebound. On the Free 90 it sits in the binding area, keeping maximum edge grip underfoot, whilst allowing the tip and tail more forgiving and lighter.eB tester’s comments: Alex (Braehead) A great ski for cruising all around the resort that can handle having the speed dialled up too. It likes skidded turns on groomed runs, but also has a very good edge hold for carving too. It won't punish you if you take it fast and isn't too much like hard work at slower speeds either.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)170126901101717201771269011119186018412790112212020General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|AdvancedRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: LongBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, Titanal LaminateDemo: Yes [Full Details]
Scott's Pure Free 90 Ti is a modern everyday resort ski for intermediate and advanced skiers who are looking for maximum versatility and stability. The 90mm waist and medium radius mean it's perfectly suited to a variety of conditions from fresh groomed pistes to feather light powder, and all the snow in between. The Titanal and Sandwich construction provide the grip for piste; the shape and the poplar wood core ensure the right mix of liveliness and versatility.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type Lots of time on pistes, whatever condition they are in and also some of the accessible off piste. A 90mm waist, a medium radius and tip and tail rocker means the ski feels nicely stable whether groomed, choppy or fresh snow. Skier TypeIntermediate and lighter weight advanced all mountain skiers who want maximum stability without weight. There'll be lots of turns on piste and, thanks to its width and dimensions, the Free 90 will be comfortable whatever the conditions, especially when compared to a more shaped, piste orientated model. The versatility and the balance of easy handling and performance mean less demanding off-piste will always be an option to test and improve skills on.OverviewShapeInspired by Jéremie Heitz, the new Pure Freeride sidecuts provide both stability and manoeuvrability. Shorter radius in the front than on the back, with a long radius under the foot, make the ski agile in any conditions. 90mm underfoot with a 16m radius (177cm) for the Free 90 sits it perfectly in the middle of all mountain skis with versatility the key.RockerAll Mountain Tip and Tail Rocker. Having rocker in both the tip and tail allows for optimal float in deep snow and creates a playful ski, while traditional camber underfoot maintains edge hold and stability.CoreThe Full-Length Wood Core produces a more consistent ski flex and creates a homogeneous transition between middle part and rockered tip and tail. Poplar is a good mix of light and durable, helping the ski feel responsive.ConstructionSandwich Sidewall Ti. The ultimate ski construction for freeride performance. The full-length sidewall construction delivers precision and speed for effort transmission. The Titanal layer makes the ski ultra-stable for high-speed runs.Key FeaturesTitanal reinforcementStability and performance are key on compact snow when the grip and the confidence in the skis are pushed to the limit. The titanal reinforcement makes the push on the edges quicker and more precise. The Scott titanal re-enforcement has a unique shape depending on the ski model to not compromise the natural flex and ski rebound. On the Free 90 it sits in the binding area, keeping maximum edge grip underfoot, whilst allowing the tip and tail more forgiving and lighter.eB tester’s comments: Alex (Braehead) A great ski for cruising all around the resort that can handle having the speed dialled up too. It likes skidded turns on groomed runs, but also has a very good edge hold for carving too. It won't punish you if you take it fast and isn't too much like hard work at slower speeds either.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)170126901101717201771269011119186018412790112212020General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|AdvancedRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: LongBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, Titanal LaminateDemo: Yes [Full Details]
Scott's Pure Free 90 Ti is a modern everyday resort ski for intermediate and advanced skiers who are looking for maximum versatility and stability. The 90mm waist and medium radius mean it's perfectly suited to a variety of conditions from fresh groomed pistes to feather light powder, and all the snow in between. The Titanal and Sandwich construction provide the grip for piste; the shape and the poplar wood core ensure the right mix of liveliness and versatility.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type Lots of time on pistes, whatever condition they are in and also some of the accessible off piste. A 90mm waist, a medium radius and tip and tail rocker means the ski feels nicely stable whether groomed, choppy or fresh snow. Skier TypeIntermediate and lighter weight advanced all mountain skiers who want maximum stability without weight. There'll be lots of turns on piste and, thanks to its width and dimensions, the Free 90 will be comfortable whatever the conditions, especially when compared to a more shaped, piste orientated model. The versatility and the balance of easy handling and performance mean less demanding off-piste will always be an option to test and improve skills on.OverviewShapeInspired by Jéremie Heitz, the new Pure Freeride sidecuts provide both stability and manoeuvrability. Shorter radius in the front than on the back, with a long radius under the foot, make the ski agile in any conditions. 90mm underfoot with a 16m radius (177cm) for the Free 90 sits it perfectly in the middle of all mountain skis with versatility the key.RockerAll Mountain Tip and Tail Rocker. Having rocker in both the tip and tail allows for optimal float in deep snow and creates a playful ski, while traditional camber underfoot maintains edge hold and stability.CoreThe Full-Length Wood Core produces a more consistent ski flex and creates a homogeneous transition between middle part and rockered tip and tail. Poplar is a good mix of light and durable, helping the ski feel responsive.ConstructionSandwich Sidewall Ti. The ultimate ski construction for freeride performance. The full-length sidewall construction delivers precision and speed for effort transmission. The Titanal layer makes the ski ultra-stable for high-speed runs.Key FeaturesTitanal reinforcementStability and performance are key on compact snow when the grip and the confidence in the skis are pushed to the limit. The titanal reinforcement makes the push on the edges quicker and more precise. The Scott titanal re-enforcement has a unique shape depending on the ski model to not compromise the natural flex and ski rebound. On the Free 90 it sits in the binding area, keeping maximum edge grip underfoot, whilst allowing the tip and tail more forgiving and lighter.eB tester’s comments: Alex (Braehead) A great ski for cruising all around the resort that can handle having the speed dialled up too. It likes skidded turns on groomed runs, but also has a very good edge hold for carving too. It won't punish you if you take it fast and isn't too much like hard work at slower speeds either.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)170126901101717201771269011119186018412790112212020General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|AdvancedRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: LongBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, Titanal LaminateDemo: Yes [Full Details]
Scott’s Superguide 88 W is a great choice for stronger tourers and freeskiers thanks to its combination of lightweight and impressive alpine performance. A big reason for this is the wood core of light paulownia that still retains great strength, and the denser beech stringers that bring extra stability. Carbon Aramid layers on top of this improve the dampening further and the 3Dimension Tour Sidecut ensures versatility thanks to its mix of turn radius. It’s a ski that feels light on the way up and powerful on the way down.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type The Superguide 88W is going to suit a real mix of conditions, though at 88mm in the waist it isn’t aimed at skiers focused on fresh snow. The construction, carbon aramid fibres and the mix of woods, including the firmer Beech stringers, make sure the ski has plenty of bite on hard snow and grip on steep terrain. The 3Dimension Tour Sidecut ensures great handling whatever the snow and the Tip rocker improves control when things are softer or trickier. Would make an excellent ski for stronger skiers in Scotland.Skier TypeIt’s a ski that will appeal to stronger tourers and freeskiers who will be happy with a little bit more weight because of the benefits that this brings on the descent. Known for excellent edge hold and grip, you can really push it with total confidence on firmer or steeper slopes. Less skilled skiers may prefer a more forgiving ride, especially when the snow gets tricky, but confident skiers are going to be very impressed.OverviewShapeThe new 3Dimension Touring Sidecut is a revolutionary design for a better touring tuning that combines a tip and tail radius with either a central flat line or a small amount of sidecut under foot. The tip and tail radii allow for easy turn initiation while the flat line or a larger radius provides stability, power and precise edge hold.RockerTip Rocker 320. Combining a progressive shape with increased tip height and radius creates Pro-Tip Rocker. Scott's Pro-Tip provides a more versatile and forgiving ski no matter the conditions. Agility and progressiveness are improved, increased stability in powder and deep snow, plus forgiveness for easier turn control.CoreA full length, Dual Wood Core of paulowonia and beech stringers produces a more consistent ski flex and creates a homogeneous transition between the middle part and rockered tip and tail. The paulownia has excellent strength to weight characteristics; the beech is tough and strong to bosst versatilityConstructionSandwich Tour. Making the ski as light as possible is important, but keeping the downhill performance is essential. This is why Scott reinforced the ski with carbon/aramid fibres along the full length of the ski. These strategically placed strips are torsionally rigid with an exceptional strength-to-weight ratio. The result is a stable yet lively ride in a lightweight package that’s still surprisingly quick and reliable on the ascent and won’t let you down on that hard-earned descent.Key FeaturesFactory FinishScott skis come direct from the factory ready to ski with SCOTT’s Factory Finish. Factory Finish offers an effective edge angle of 88 degree, resulting from a 3degree side and 1degree base angle for an exceptional performance. The base is finished with a micro structured CNC stone grind so you can mount your skis and hit the hill, no tuning required.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1521208210515115016012184106161200General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced|expertRocker: Tip RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, AramidDemo: No [Full Details]
Scott’s Superguide 88 W is a great choice for stronger tourers and freeskiers thanks to its combination of lightweight and impressive alpine performance. A big reason for this is the wood core of light paulownia that still retains great strength, and the denser beech stringers that bring extra stability. Carbon Aramid layers on top of this improve the dampening further and the 3Dimension Tour Sidecut ensures versatility thanks to its mix of turn radius. It’s a ski that feels light on the way up and powerful on the way down.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type The Superguide 88W is going to suit a real mix of conditions, though at 88mm in the waist it isn’t aimed at skiers focused on fresh snow. The construction, carbon aramid fibres and the mix of woods, including the firmer Beech stringers, make sure the ski has plenty of bite on hard snow and grip on steep terrain. The 3Dimension Tour Sidecut ensures great handling whatever the snow and the Tip rocker improves control when things are softer or trickier. Would make an excellent ski for stronger skiers in Scotland.Skier TypeIt’s a ski that will appeal to stronger tourers and freeskiers who will be happy with a little bit more weight because of the benefits that this brings on the descent. Known for excellent edge hold and grip, you can really push it with total confidence on firmer or steeper slopes. Less skilled skiers may prefer a more forgiving ride, especially when the snow gets tricky, but confident skiers are going to be very impressed.OverviewShapeThe new 3Dimension Touring Sidecut is a revolutionary design for a better touring tuning that combines a tip and tail radius with either a central flat line or a small amount of sidecut under foot. The tip and tail radii allow for easy turn initiation while the flat line or a larger radius provides stability, power and precise edge hold.RockerTip Rocker 320. Combining a progressive shape with increased tip height and radius creates Pro-Tip Rocker. Scott's Pro-Tip provides a more versatile and forgiving ski no matter the conditions. Agility and progressiveness are improved, increased stability in powder and deep snow, plus forgiveness for easier turn control.CoreA full length, Dual Wood Core of paulowonia and beech stringers produces a more consistent ski flex and creates a homogeneous transition between the middle part and rockered tip and tail. The paulownia has excellent strength to weight characteristics; the beech is tough and strong to bosst versatilityConstructionSandwich Tour. Making the ski as light as possible is important, but keeping the downhill performance is essential. This is why Scott reinforced the ski with carbon/aramid fibres along the full length of the ski. These strategically placed strips are torsionally rigid with an exceptional strength-to-weight ratio. The result is a stable yet lively ride in a lightweight package that’s still surprisingly quick and reliable on the ascent and won’t let you down on that hard-earned descent.Key FeaturesFactory FinishScott skis come direct from the factory ready to ski with SCOTT’s Factory Finish. Factory Finish offers an effective edge angle of 88 degree, resulting from a 3degree side and 1degree base angle for an exceptional performance. The base is finished with a micro structured CNC stone grind so you can mount your skis and hit the hill, no tuning required.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1521208210515115016012184106161200General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced|expertRocker: Tip RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, AramidDemo: No [Full Details]
Scott's Superguide 95 is a great choice for stronger tourers and freeskiers thanks to its combination of lightweight and impressive alpine performance. A big reason for this is the wood core of light paulownia that still retains great strength, and the denser beech stringers that bring extra stability. Carbon Aramid layers on top of this improve the dampening further and the 3Dimension Tour Sidecut ensures versatility thanks to its mix of turn radius. It's a ski that feels light on the way up and powerful on the way down no matter what the conditions.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type The Superguide 95 is going to suit a real mix of conditions and terrain. The mid 90's waist is the sweet spot for freeskiers, offering float for soft and deeper days without becoming too wide and cumbersome or heavy. The construction, carbon aramid fibres and the mix of woods, including the firmer Beech stringers, make sure the ski has plenty of bite on hard snow and grip on steep terrain. The 3Dimension Tour Sidecut ensures great handling whatever the snow and the Tip rocker improves control when things are softer or trickier.Skier TypeIt's a ski that will appeal to stronger tourers and freeskiers who will be happy with a little bit more weight because of the benefits that this brings on the descent. Known for excellent edge hold and grip, you can really push it with total confidence on firmer or steeper slopes. Less skilled skiers may prefer a more forgiving ride, especially when the snow gets tricky, but confident skiers are going to be very impressed.OverviewShapeThe new 3Dimension Touring Sidecut is a revolutionary design for a better touring tuning that combines a tip and tail radius with either a central flat line or a small amount of sidecut under foot. The tip and tail radii allow for easy turn initiation while the flat line or a larger radius provides stability, power and precise edge hold.RockerTip Rocker 320. Combining a progressive shape with increased tip height and radius creates Pro-Tip Rocker. Scott's Pro-Tip provides a more versatile and forgiving ski no matter the conditions. Agility and progressiveness are improved, increased stability in powder and deep snow, plus forgiveness for easier turn control.CoreA full length, Dual Wood Core of paulowonia and beech stringers produces a more consistent ski flex and creates a homogeneous transition between the middle part and rockered tip and tail. The paulownia has excellent strength to weight characteristics; the beech is tough and strong to bosst versatilityConstructionSandwich Tour. Making the ski as light as possible is important, but keeping the downhill performance is essential. This is why Scott reinforced the ski with carbon/aramid fibres along the full length of the ski. These strategically placed strips are torsionally rigid with an exceptional strength-to-weight ratio. The result is a stable yet lively ride in a lightweight package that's still surprisingly quick and reliable on the ascent and won't let you down on that hard-earned descent.Key FeaturesFactory FinishScott skis come direct from the factory ready to ski with SCOTT's Factory Finish. Factory Finish offers an effective edge angle of 88 degree, resulting from a 3degree side and 1degree base angle for an exceptional performance. The base is finished with a micro structured CNC stone grind so you can mount your skis and hit the hill, no tuning required.eB tester’s comments: Alex (Braehead) Light and firm, for someone whom losing grams matter and skiing on the way down is the focus. Super-light construction makes going up hills fast and ski technical terrain on the way down sure footed.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)162126931111913101701289411320137017813095115211440184General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: LongBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, AramidDemo: No [Full Details]
Scott's Superguide 95 is a great choice for stronger tourers and freeskiers thanks to its combination of lightweight and impressive alpine performance. A big reason for this is the wood core of light paulownia that still retains great strength, and the denser beech stringers that bring extra stability. Carbon Aramid layers on top of this improve the dampening further and the 3Dimension Tour Sidecut ensures versatility thanks to its mix of turn radius. It's a ski that feels light on the way up and powerful on the way down no matter what the conditions.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type The Superguide 95 is going to suit a real mix of conditions and terrain. The mid 90's waist is the sweet spot for freeskiers, offering float for soft and deeper days without becoming too wide and cumbersome or heavy. The construction, carbon aramid fibres and the mix of woods, including the firmer Beech stringers, make sure the ski has plenty of bite on hard snow and grip on steep terrain. The 3Dimension Tour Sidecut ensures great handling whatever the snow and the Tip rocker improves control when things are softer or trickier.Skier TypeIt's a ski that will appeal to stronger tourers and freeskiers who will be happy with a little bit more weight because of the benefits that this brings on the descent. Known for excellent edge hold and grip, you can really push it with total confidence on firmer or steeper slopes. Less skilled skiers may prefer a more forgiving ride, especially when the snow gets tricky, but confident skiers are going to be very impressed.OverviewShapeThe new 3Dimension Touring Sidecut is a revolutionary design for a better touring tuning that combines a tip and tail radius with either a central flat line or a small amount of sidecut under foot. The tip and tail radii allow for easy turn initiation while the flat line or a larger radius provides stability, power and precise edge hold.RockerTip Rocker 320. Combining a progressive shape with increased tip height and radius creates Pro-Tip Rocker. Scott's Pro-Tip provides a more versatile and forgiving ski no matter the conditions. Agility and progressiveness are improved, increased stability in powder and deep snow, plus forgiveness for easier turn control.CoreA full length, Dual Wood Core of paulowonia and beech stringers produces a more consistent ski flex and creates a homogeneous transition between the middle part and rockered tip and tail. The paulownia has excellent strength to weight characteristics; the beech is tough and strong to bosst versatilityConstructionSandwich Tour. Making the ski as light as possible is important, but keeping the downhill performance is essential. This is why Scott reinforced the ski with carbon/aramid fibres along the full length of the ski. These strategically placed strips are torsionally rigid with an exceptional strength-to-weight ratio. The result is a stable yet lively ride in a lightweight package that's still surprisingly quick and reliable on the ascent and won't let you down on that hard-earned descent.Key FeaturesFactory FinishScott skis come direct from the factory ready to ski with SCOTT's Factory Finish. Factory Finish offers an effective edge angle of 88 degree, resulting from a 3degree side and 1degree base angle for an exceptional performance. The base is finished with a micro structured CNC stone grind so you can mount your skis and hit the hill, no tuning required.eB tester’s comments: Alex (Braehead) Light and firm, for someone whom losing grams matter and skiing on the way down is the focus. Super-light construction makes going up hills fast and ski technical terrain on the way down sure footed.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)162126931111913101701289411320137017813095115211440184General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: LongBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, AramidDemo: No [Full Details]
Scott's Superguide 95 is a great choice for stronger tourers and freeskiers thanks to its combination of lightweight and impressive alpine performance. A big reason for this is the wood core of light paulownia that still retains great strength, and the denser beech stringers that bring extra stability. Carbon Aramid layers on top of this improve the dampening further and the 3Dimension Tour Sidecut ensures versatility thanks to its mix of turn radius. It's a ski that feels light on the way up and powerful on the way down no matter what the conditions.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type The Superguide 95 is going to suit a real mix of conditions and terrain. The mid 90's waist is the sweet spot for freeskiers, offering float for soft and deeper days without becoming too wide and cumbersome or heavy. The construction, carbon aramid fibres and the mix of woods, including the firmer Beech stringers, make sure the ski has plenty of bite on hard snow and grip on steep terrain. The 3Dimension Tour Sidecut ensures great handling whatever the snow and the Tip rocker improves control when things are softer or trickier.Skier TypeIt's a ski that will appeal to stronger tourers and freeskiers who will be happy with a little bit more weight because of the benefits that this brings on the descent. Known for excellent edge hold and grip, you can really push it with total confidence on firmer or steeper slopes. Less skilled skiers may prefer a more forgiving ride, especially when the snow gets tricky, but confident skiers are going to be very impressed.OverviewShapeThe new 3Dimension Touring Sidecut is a revolutionary design for a better touring tuning that combines a tip and tail radius with either a central flat line or a small amount of sidecut under foot. The tip and tail radii allow for easy turn initiation while the flat line or a larger radius provides stability, power and precise edge hold.RockerTip Rocker 320. Combining a progressive shape with increased tip height and radius creates Pro-Tip Rocker. Scott's Pro-Tip provides a more versatile and forgiving ski no matter the conditions. Agility and progressiveness are improved, increased stability in powder and deep snow, plus forgiveness for easier turn control.CoreA full length, Dual Wood Core of paulowonia and beech stringers produces a more consistent ski flex and creates a homogeneous transition between the middle part and rockered tip and tail. The paulownia has excellent strength to weight characteristics; the beech is tough and strong to bosst versatilityConstructionSandwich Tour. Making the ski as light as possible is important, but keeping the downhill performance is essential. This is why Scott reinforced the ski with carbon/aramid fibres along the full length of the ski. These strategically placed strips are torsionally rigid with an exceptional strength-to-weight ratio. The result is a stable yet lively ride in a lightweight package that's still surprisingly quick and reliable on the ascent and won't let you down on that hard-earned descent.Key FeaturesFactory FinishScott skis come direct from the factory ready to ski with SCOTT's Factory Finish. Factory Finish offers an effective edge angle of 88 degree, resulting from a 3degree side and 1degree base angle for an exceptional performance. The base is finished with a micro structured CNC stone grind so you can mount your skis and hit the hill, no tuning required.eB tester’s comments: Alex (Braehead) Light and firm, for someone whom losing grams matter and skiing on the way down is the focus. Super-light construction makes going up hills fast and ski technical terrain on the way down sure footed.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)162126931111913101701289411320137017813095115211440184General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: LongBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, AramidDemo: No [Full Details]
The arrival of the Pure Mission 98 Ti W means the Mission name is back, it’s better than ever and now it is available in a women's model. It’s an all mountain ski that has the width and stability for any condition whilst remaining excellent on piste. A titanal reinforcement underfoot and sandwich construction provide grip and performance; the paulownia and beech wood core and carbon stringers keep the manoeuvrable. This is a proper all mountain ski that you really can take anywhere.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type This is a relatively wide all mountain ski that is still excellent on piste, a hard mix to achieve but Scott have pulled it off. On firm snow it has bite and grip thanks to the Titanal; the light weight and carbon ensures it feels lively and quick, especially for a ski this size. In choppy and heavy snow the shape and construction allow it to power through effortlessly. A proper all mountain ski that you can take anywhere.Skier TypeAdvanced and expert all mountain skiers who want a relatively light ski but one that has the width and stability to power through variable and heavy snow. They’ll spend plenty of time on piste but need a ski for everything on the mountain. A great choice as a one-ski quiver seeing as it is so capable in so many environments.OverviewShapeInspired by Jeremie Heitz, the new Pure Freeride sidecuts provide both stability and manoeuvrability. Shorter radius in the front than on the back, with a long radius under the foot, make the ski agile in any conditions. 98mm underfoot with a 17m radius (168cm) keeps the Mission on the off-piste end of all mountain models with a relatively long radius and wide waist.RockerFreeride Tip and Tail Rocker. Having rocker in both the tip and tail allows for optimal float in deep snow and creates a playful ski, while traditional camber underfoot maintains edge hold and stability.CorePower Wood Core. The Full-Length Wood Core produces a more consistent ski flex and creates a homogeneous transition between middle part and rockered tip and tail. Paulownia is lightweight with great strength to weight; Beech adds strength and durability.ConstructionSandwich Sidewall Ti/Carbon. The ultimate ski construction for freeride performance. The full-length sidewall construction delivers precision and speed for effort transmission. The Titanal layer makes the ski ultra-stable for high-speed runs. The carbon brings lightness and comfort, for a perfect ski in any snow conditions.Key FeaturesTitanal reinforcementStability and performance are key on compact snow when the grip and the confidence in the skis are pushed to the limit. The titanal reinforcement makes the push on the edges quicker and more precise. The Scott titanal re-enforcement has a unique shape depending on the ski model to not compromise the natural flex and ski rebound. On the Mission it sits in the binding area, keeping maximum edge grip underfoot, whilst allowing the tip and tail more forgiving and lighter.Born and Nurtured in the AlpsThe Pure project is something special that Scott have been working on with leading freerider Jeremie Heitz. The Pure is equipped with a progressive titanal layer that harmonizes the flex and aids power transmission when coming out of a turn. At the same time, the ski delivers more stability, enabling you to hold your line while riding steep big-mountain lines. The Pure impresses with its light weight and performance, thanks to the dual-power wood core – a mix of paulownia wood and 2 beech stringers that cover the full length of the ski. The combination of paulownia and beech gives an extra edge when it comes to torsional stiffness. So, you can go all in on those high-speed runs, without any chattering skis.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1601329811816135016813398119171500General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: LongBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, Titanal LaminateDemo: Yes [Full Details]
The arrival of the Pure Mission 98 Ti means the Mission name is back and it's better than ever. It's an all mountain ski that has the width and stability for any condition whilst remaining excellent on piste. A titanal reinforcement underfoot and sandwich construction provide grip and performance; the paulownia and beech wood core and carbon stringers keep the manoeuvrable. This is a proper all mountain ski that you really can take anywhere.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type This is a relatively wide all mountain ski that is still excellent on piste, a hard mix to achieve but Scott have pulled it off. On firm snow it has bite and grip thanks to the Titanal; the light weight and carbon ensures it feels lively and quick, especially for a ski this size. In choppy and heavy snow the shape and construction allow it to power through effortlessly. A proper all mountain ski that you can take anywhere.Skier TypeAdvanced and expert all mountain skiers who want a relatively light ski but one that has the width and stability to power through variable and heavy snow. They'll spend plenty of time on piste but need a ski for everything on the mountain. A great choice as a one-ski quiver seeing as it is so capable in so many environments.OverviewShapeInspired by remie Heitz, the new Pure Freeride sidecuts provide both stability and manoeuvrability. Shorter radius in the front than on the back, with a long radius under the foot, make the ski agile in any conditions. 98mm underfoot with a 19m radius (177cm) keeps the Mission on the off-piste end of all mountain models with a relatively long radius and wide waist.RockerFreeride Tip and Tail Rocker. Having rocker in both the tip and tail allows for optimal float in deep snow and creates a playful ski, while traditional camber underfoot maintains edge hold and stability.CorePower Wood Core. The Full-Length Wood Core produces a more consistent ski flex and creates a homogeneous transition between middle part and rockered tip and tail. Paulownia is lightweight with great strength to weight; Beech adds strength and durability.ConstructionSandwich Sidewall Ti/Carbon. The ultimate ski construction for freeride performance. The full-length sidewall construction delivers precision and speed for effort transmission. The Titanal layer makes the ski ultra-stable for high-speed runs. The carbon brings lightness and comfort, for a perfect ski in any snow conditions.Key FeaturesTitanal reinforcementStability and performance are key on compact snow when the grip and the confidence in the skis are pushed to the limit. The titanal reinforcement makes the push on the edges quicker and more precise. The Scott titanal re-enforcement has a unique shape depending on the ski model to not compromise the natural flex and ski rebound. On the Mission it sits in the binding area, keeping maximum edge grip underfoot, whilst allowing the tip and tail more forgiving and lighter.Born and Nurtured in the AlpsThe Pure project is something special that Scott have been working on with leading freerider Jeremie Heitz. The Pure is equipped with a progressive titanal layer that harmonizes the flex and aids power transmission when coming out of a turn. At the same time, the ski delivers more stability, enabling you to hold your line while riding steep big-mountain lines. The Pure impresses with its light weight and performance, thanks to the dual-power wood core “ a mix of paulownia wood and 2 beech stringers that cover the full length of the ski. The combination of paulownia and beech gives an extra edge when it comes to torsional stiffness. So, you can go all in on those high-speed runs, without any chattering skis.eB tester's comments: Luke (Buyer) A proper all-mountain ski. easy enough to ski at slow speeds and slide about and are mega stable for when things get tricky, but you can charge in and out of softer conditions with confidence too. Super versatile and totally capable all over the hill.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)170133981191715001771339811919167018413499121211830General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: LongBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, Titanal LaminateDemo: Yes [Full Details]
The arrival of the Pure Mission 98 Ti means the Mission name is back and it's better than ever. It's an all mountain ski that has the width and stability for any condition whilst remaining excellent on piste. A titanal reinforcement underfoot and sandwich construction provide grip and performance; the paulownia and beech wood core and carbon stringers keep the manoeuvrable. This is a proper all mountain ski that you really can take anywhere.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type This is a relatively wide all mountain ski that is still excellent on piste, a hard mix to achieve but Scott have pulled it off. On firm snow it has bite and grip thanks to the Titanal; the light weight and carbon ensures it feels lively and quick, especially for a ski this size. In choppy and heavy snow the shape and construction allow it to power through effortlessly. A proper all mountain ski that you can take anywhere.Skier TypeAdvanced and expert all mountain skiers who want a relatively light ski but one that has the width and stability to power through variable and heavy snow. They'll spend plenty of time on piste but need a ski for everything on the mountain. A great choice as a one-ski quiver seeing as it is so capable in so many environments.OverviewShapeInspired by remie Heitz, the new Pure Freeride sidecuts provide both stability and manoeuvrability. Shorter radius in the front than on the back, with a long radius under the foot, make the ski agile in any conditions. 98mm underfoot with a 19m radius (177cm) keeps the Mission on the off-piste end of all mountain models with a relatively long radius and wide waist.RockerFreeride Tip and Tail Rocker. Having rocker in both the tip and tail allows for optimal float in deep snow and creates a playful ski, while traditional camber underfoot maintains edge hold and stability.CorePower Wood Core. The Full-Length Wood Core produces a more consistent ski flex and creates a homogeneous transition between middle part and rockered tip and tail. Paulownia is lightweight with great strength to weight; Beech adds strength and durability.ConstructionSandwich Sidewall Ti/Carbon. The ultimate ski construction for freeride performance. The full-length sidewall construction delivers precision and speed for effort transmission. The Titanal layer makes the ski ultra-stable for high-speed runs. The carbon brings lightness and comfort, for a perfect ski in any snow conditions.Key FeaturesTitanal reinforcementStability and performance are key on compact snow when the grip and the confidence in the skis are pushed to the limit. The titanal reinforcement makes the push on the edges quicker and more precise. The Scott titanal re-enforcement has a unique shape depending on the ski model to not compromise the natural flex and ski rebound. On the Mission it sits in the binding area, keeping maximum edge grip underfoot, whilst allowing the tip and tail more forgiving and lighter.Born and Nurtured in the AlpsThe Pure project is something special that Scott have been working on with leading freerider Jeremie Heitz. The Pure is equipped with a progressive titanal layer that harmonizes the flex and aids power transmission when coming out of a turn. At the same time, the ski delivers more stability, enabling you to hold your line while riding steep big-mountain lines. The Pure impresses with its light weight and performance, thanks to the dual-power wood core “ a mix of paulownia wood and 2 beech stringers that cover the full length of the ski. The combination of paulownia and beech gives an extra edge when it comes to torsional stiffness. So, you can go all in on those high-speed runs, without any chattering skis.eB tester's comments: Luke (Buyer) A proper all-mountain ski. easy enough to ski at slow speeds and slide about and are mega stable for when things get tricky, but you can charge in and out of softer conditions with confidence too. Super versatile and totally capable all over the hill.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)170133981191715001771339811919167018413499121211830General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: LongBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, Titanal LaminateDemo: Yes [Full Details]
The arrival of the Pure Mission 98 Ti W means the Mission name is back, it’s better than ever and now it is available in a women's model. It’s an all mountain ski that has the width and stability for any condition whilst remaining excellent on piste. A titanal reinforcement underfoot and sandwich construction provide grip and performance; the paulownia and beech wood core and carbon stringers keep the manoeuvrable. This is a proper all mountain ski that you really can take anywhere.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type This is a relatively wide all mountain ski that is still excellent on piste, a hard mix to achieve but Scott have pulled it off. On firm snow it has bite and grip thanks to the Titanal; the light weight and carbon ensures it feels lively and quick, especially for a ski this size. In choppy and heavy snow the shape and construction allow it to power through effortlessly. A proper all mountain ski that you can take anywhere.Skier TypeAdvanced and expert all mountain skiers who want a relatively light ski but one that has the width and stability to power through variable and heavy snow. They’ll spend plenty of time on piste but need a ski for everything on the mountain. A great choice as a one-ski quiver seeing as it is so capable in so many environments.OverviewShapeInspired by Jeremie Heitz, the new Pure Freeride sidecuts provide both stability and manoeuvrability. Shorter radius in the front than on the back, with a long radius under the foot, make the ski agile in any conditions. 98mm underfoot with a 17m radius (168cm) keeps the Mission on the off-piste end of all mountain models with a relatively long radius and wide waist.RockerFreeride Tip and Tail Rocker. Having rocker in both the tip and tail allows for optimal float in deep snow and creates a playful ski, while traditional camber underfoot maintains edge hold and stability.CorePower Wood Core. The Full-Length Wood Core produces a more consistent ski flex and creates a homogeneous transition between middle part and rockered tip and tail. Paulownia is lightweight with great strength to weight; Beech adds strength and durability.ConstructionSandwich Sidewall Ti/Carbon. The ultimate ski construction for freeride performance. The full-length sidewall construction delivers precision and speed for effort transmission. The Titanal layer makes the ski ultra-stable for high-speed runs. The carbon brings lightness and comfort, for a perfect ski in any snow conditions.Key FeaturesTitanal reinforcementStability and performance are key on compact snow when the grip and the confidence in the skis are pushed to the limit. The titanal reinforcement makes the push on the edges quicker and more precise. The Scott titanal re-enforcement has a unique shape depending on the ski model to not compromise the natural flex and ski rebound. On the Mission it sits in the binding area, keeping maximum edge grip underfoot, whilst allowing the tip and tail more forgiving and lighter.Born and Nurtured in the AlpsThe Pure project is something special that Scott have been working on with leading freerider Jeremie Heitz. The Pure is equipped with a progressive titanal layer that harmonizes the flex and aids power transmission when coming out of a turn. At the same time, the ski delivers more stability, enabling you to hold your line while riding steep big-mountain lines. The Pure impresses with its light weight and performance, thanks to the dual-power wood core – a mix of paulownia wood and 2 beech stringers that cover the full length of the ski. The combination of paulownia and beech gives an extra edge when it comes to torsional stiffness. So, you can go all in on those high-speed runs, without any chattering skis.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1601329811816135016813398119171500General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: LongBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, Titanal LaminateDemo: Yes [Full Details]
Scott Proguide 96 is pushing the boundaries of lightness and performance. enjoy more elevation, new remote zones and more fresh turns. The full-length paulownia wood core ensures a smooth ride whilst keeping the weight right down; carbon aramid fibres bring lightness and further dampening. The shape and rocker on the nose deliver calm handling in even the roughest snow and the 96mm waist is enough to remain stable in softer and deeper snow.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type Away from the lifts, whether higher or just further. The light weight makes ascending easier, yet the performance ensures descents are memorable for all the right reasons. The paulownia wood core and the carbon aramid fibres dampen the ride and ensure smooth, precise handling.Skier TypeBuilt with ultra-light materials to be the perfect partner for those who are always hungry for more and want to access the inaccessible, skiers who want to climb longer and further and who still demand stability and floatation for the descent. Designed and approved by Scott's team of guides.OverviewShapeThe new 3Dimension Touring Sidecut is a revolutionary design. It combines a tip and tail radius with either a central flat line or a small amount of sidecut underfoot. The tip and tail radii allow for easy turn initiation while the flat line or a larger radius provides stability, power and precise edge hold. The widest parts of the tip and tail are right towards the ends of the ski, maximising grip, but long transitions to these wide points mean smooth entry and exit to the turns.RockerTip Rocker 320. Combining a progressive shape with increased tip height and radius creates Pro-Tip Rocker. Scott's Pro-Tip provides a more versatile and forgiving ski no matter the conditions. Agility and progressiveness are improved, increased stability in powder and deep snow, plus forgiveness for easier turn control.CoreThe Full-Length Wood Core produces a more consistent ski flex and creates a homogeneous transition between the middle part and rockered tip and tail. Paulownia is a good mix of light and durable, helping the ski feel responsive.ConstructionSandwich Tour Lite. Making the ski as light as possible is important, but keeping the downhill performance is essential. This is why Scott reinforced the ski with carbon/aramid fibres along the full length of the ski. These strategically placed strips are torsionally rigid with an exceptional strength-to-weight ratio. The result is a stable yet lively ride in a lightweight package that's still surprisingly quick and reliable on the ascent and won't let you down on that hard-earned descent.Key FeaturesFactory FinishScott skis come direct from the factory ready to ski with SCOTT's Factory Finish. Factory Finish offers an effective edge angle of 88 degree, resulting from a 3degree side and 1degree base angle for an exceptional performance. The base is finished with a micro structured CNC stone grind so you can mount your skis and hit the hill, no tuning required.eB tester’s comments: Steve (Buying Team) I'm a big fan of this ski. It's impressively light considering the almost alpine ski levels of performance you get. Precise and lively on harder snow with plenty of float when it's deeper. In tricky conditions the stability is reassuring, and the turns always feel smooth and predictable. Built to maximise the up and the down.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)167126941161911601731289511721122017812896117231280General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip RockerRadius: LongBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, AramidDemo: No [Full Details]
Scott Proguide 96 is pushing the boundaries of lightness and performance. enjoy more elevation, new remote zones and more fresh turns. The full-length paulownia wood core ensures a smooth ride whilst keeping the weight right down; carbon aramid fibres bring lightness and further dampening. The shape and rocker on the nose deliver calm handling in even the roughest snow and the 96mm waist is enough to remain stable in softer and deeper snow.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type Away from the lifts, whether higher or just further. The light weight makes ascending easier, yet the performance ensures descents are memorable for all the right reasons. The paulownia wood core and the carbon aramid fibres dampen the ride and ensure smooth, precise handling.Skier TypeBuilt with ultra-light materials to be the perfect partner for those who are always hungry for more and want to access the inaccessible, skiers who want to climb longer and further and who still demand stability and floatation for the descent. Designed and approved by Scott's team of guides.OverviewShapeThe new 3Dimension Touring Sidecut is a revolutionary design. It combines a tip and tail radius with either a central flat line or a small amount of sidecut underfoot. The tip and tail radii allow for easy turn initiation while the flat line or a larger radius provides stability, power and precise edge hold. The widest parts of the tip and tail are right towards the ends of the ski, maximising grip, but long transitions to these wide points mean smooth entry and exit to the turns.RockerTip Rocker 320. Combining a progressive shape with increased tip height and radius creates Pro-Tip Rocker. Scott's Pro-Tip provides a more versatile and forgiving ski no matter the conditions. Agility and progressiveness are improved, increased stability in powder and deep snow, plus forgiveness for easier turn control.CoreThe Full-Length Wood Core produces a more consistent ski flex and creates a homogeneous transition between the middle part and rockered tip and tail. Paulownia is a good mix of light and durable, helping the ski feel responsive.ConstructionSandwich Tour Lite. Making the ski as light as possible is important, but keeping the downhill performance is essential. This is why Scott reinforced the ski with carbon/aramid fibres along the full length of the ski. These strategically placed strips are torsionally rigid with an exceptional strength-to-weight ratio. The result is a stable yet lively ride in a lightweight package that's still surprisingly quick and reliable on the ascent and won't let you down on that hard-earned descent.Key FeaturesFactory FinishScott skis come direct from the factory ready to ski with SCOTT's Factory Finish. Factory Finish offers an effective edge angle of 88 degree, resulting from a 3degree side and 1degree base angle for an exceptional performance. The base is finished with a micro structured CNC stone grind so you can mount your skis and hit the hill, no tuning required.eB tester’s comments: Steve (Buying Team) I'm a big fan of this ski. It's impressively light considering the almost alpine ski levels of performance you get. Precise and lively on harder snow with plenty of float when it's deeper. In tricky conditions the stability is reassuring, and the turns always feel smooth and predictable. Built to maximise the up and the down.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)167126941161911601731289511721122017812896117231280General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip RockerRadius: LongBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, AramidDemo: No [Full Details]
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