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Scott Slight 93 W (2021)

2021 Women's All-Mountain Ski Review

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Brand: Scott

Model: Slight 93 W


Specs

Tip / Waist / Tail (mm)

132-89-120

Lengths (cm)

155, 160, 165

Radius (m)

14

Gender

Female

Symmetrical

Yes

Rocker Technology

Yes

Quickness / Maneuverability

4.06 / 5

Playfulness

3.89 / 5

Forgiveness

3.72 / 5

Hard Snow Performance

3.5 / 5

Crud Performance

3.22 / 5

Balance of Skills

3.5 / 5

Binding Included

Yes

Flotation

3.44 / 5

 

The 2021 Scott Slight 93w Women's All-Mountain Ski
The 2021 Scott Slight 93 W Women’s All-Mountain SkiPhoto courtesy of Scott

Testers quickly learned the new Slight 93 W is not as “slight” as advertised—at least, not when it comes to performance. Ladies were leery of the shorter length options, assuming they wouldn’t be able to really drive this ski, but the Slight 93 W ended up impressing with its willingness to tackle any terrain and conditions. Scott’s new air-channeled wood core technology and 3Dimension sidecut make this ski easy to turn on a dime, and testers loved how it slithered through bumps.

STRENGTHS: Quickness, Playfulness

WEAKNESSES: Crud Performance, Stability at Speed

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