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Scott Slight 93 (2021)

2021 Men's Frontside Ski Review

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Brand: Scott

Model: Slight 93



Specs

Tip / Waist / Tail (mm)

136-93-124

Lengths (cm)

170, 175, 180, 185

Radius (m)

16

Gender

Male

Quickness / Maneuverability

4.15 / 5

Playfulness

4.2 / 5

Forgiveness

3.95 / 5

Hard Snow Performance

3.85 / 5

Crud Performance

2.95 / 5

 

2021 Scott slight 93 mens frontside ski
The 2021 Scott Slight 93 Men’s Frontside Ski. Photo courtesy of Scott

Lacking the huge amount of Titanal found in most of the other skis in this category, the poppy Scott Slight 93 understandably earned the highest category score for Playfulness. These are all-mountain frontside skis designed to be capable at every ski area in North America and remain versatile enough to take on backcountry conditions. Testers were especially impressed by this ski’s maneuverability and liveliness at Taos.

STRENGTHS: Playfulness, Quickness

WEAKNESSES: Crud Performance, Hard-Snow Integrity

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