The Scott Scrapper 105 is an all-mountain freeride ski performing in powder, with a lightweight construction enabling to use skins and go touring.
The Scrapper 105 is in the mid-range of Scott's freeride/All-Mountain Scrapper series, a trendy modern ski with an intermediate/mid-fat waist that allows to have a freeride approach even in deep powder, while keeping a good skiability on hard-snow.
What can the Scott Scrapper 105 ski do?
Performance and lightweight are the watchwords of the Scrapper 105. This ski is made of a light paulownia core, reinforced with glass fibres, carbon and aramid, for a very lively result, stable when turning and at high speed. Its wide waist and rockered tips offer a very nice buoyancy to lay beautiful lines in off-piste freshies. Meanwhile, it still performs on groomed snow considering its size, and you can quietly end your day skiing on the slopes after spending long hours riding backcountry. The edge to edge transitions are not the smoothest but the tip and tail rocker helps pivoting and linking turns. As for all the Scrapper models, you can attach skins on the Scrapper 105 and benefit from its lightweight construction to go touring and binge on fresh air and powder.
Who is the Scott Scrapper 105 ski designed for?
The Scott Scrapper 105 is a very good choice for the advanced to expert skiers looking for a versatile model enabling to reach the mountain in freetouring mode, while being able to go down the slopes with enough grip.
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