The Scrapper 115 proved to be a solid all-around performer, but most at home in soft snow, crud, and could blow up leftover piles of powder like a rock star. The paulownia wood core with carbon stringers, combined with twin-tip rocker and Titanal reinforcements, delivers a playful yet powerful ride. A few testers claimed they skied best with a more upright, new school stance, but the Scrapper 115 pleased the traditionalist just as well.
Strengths: Playfulness, Flotation
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