The Scott Dozer Skis are an all-mountain ripper featuring a super strong poplar wood core and laminated sandwich sidewall construction giving it just the right amount of flex and agility to shred the park or get it done off-piste. Equipped with Twin Tip Rocker, the Dozer floats through pow but holds an edge with its 3D sidecut.
Twin-Tip Rocker (S) Rocker placed on both the tip (300 mm) and tail (200 mm) of the skis allows for maximum float when riding both forward and switch. The tail rocker also increases powder handling by increasing the amount of ski that digs into the snow which bring the tip of the ski up.
3Dimensional Sidecut Provides improved edge control and power underfoot while adding stability and predictability to the ski. An improved pivot point adds to the playfulness of the ski.
Poplar Wood Core Naturally lightweight and snappy core; sustainably harvested
Sandwich Sidewall Construction Laminate A laminate top and bottom sheet. Forgiving and responsive, the SSCL has specific braiding and laminate combination to guarantee the best possible construction for their intended use. SSCL Triax combines a reinforced triaxial laminate to deliver exceptionally strong and lightweight skis.
Slanted reinforced sidewalls
Factory Finish Scott skis come direct from the factory ready to ski with Scott's factory finish. Factory finish offers an effective edge angle of 88 degrees, resulting from a 3 degree side and 1 degree base angle for exceptional performance. The base is finished with a micro-structured CNC stone grind so you can mount your skis and hit the hill, no tuning required.
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.
|Tip Width (mm)||129||131||133|
|Waist Width (mm)||96||98||100|
|Tail Width (mm)||126||127||129|
|Turning Radius (m)||13.3||15.7||18.1|
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Comments about Scott Dozer Skis 2011:
I like to fly all around the mountain and in the glades, but I also love throwing down in the park. These skis ride nice, but are very shaky on a rail and have a bit too much flex