Rating: / 5
Waist Width: 122
The Scrapper is the widest ski Scott makes, with its tip ranging from 147-149, waist from 122-124, and tail from 138-139, all depending on ski length. This is a ski intended for big mountain charging and ripping it up really anywhere beyond groomers. For something similar but skinnier, check out Scott's Punisher 110. The Scrapper is part of the Freeski series, which is focused on skis intended to spend as much time in the air as they do on the ground. It's constructed with beech, poplar, paulownia, and top and bottom laminate sheets, collectively intended to make the ski lightweight and give it a consistent and versatile flex profile. 3Dimension Sidecut technology gives the tip and tail their own radii, designed for precise edge control. Full Ski Length Wood Core is intended to give the ski a smooth and evenly distributed flex pattern. Twin-Tip Rocker integrates rocker into the tip and tail designed for floatation and playfulness. Meanwhile, a cambered underfoot section is intended to stay locked down on the ground when it needs to for classic carving. Scott, based in Givisiez, Switzerland, was founded in 1958. Its U.S. headquarters are in Salt Lake City, Utah.