The Scott Powd'Air Skis are your lightweight tools for all-mountain domination. The Powd'Air Skis are part of Scott's Mountain series, which is a collection of alpine touring oriented skis. Features such as a carbon frame help keep the skis overall weight down, while cutouts in the tip and tail allow for easy skin attachment. Rocker in the tips helps make the Powd'Air stable in a wide variety of snow conditions and gives it improved float in soft snow. Earn your turns this season and hit the slopes with the Scott Powd"Air Skis!
Pro Tip Rocker 375 Combining a progressive shape with increased tip height and radius creates Pro-Tip Rocker. SCOTT's Pro-Tip produces a more consistent ski flex and predictable turns.
Dual Radius Two radii create the shape of the ski instead of just one, resulting in a more versatile ski that is not confined to just one style of riding. A larger front radius provides great stability and forgiveness in all snow conditions.
Sandwich Sidewall Construction Laminate Carbon Scott's SSCL Carbon is a result of a carbon experience and heritage. The combination of a sandwich wood core construction with carbon laminates results in a lightweight performance construction ideally suited for ski touring.
3D Carbon Frame This innovative carbon laminate ski construction creates an exceptionally lightweight touring ski while dramatically increasing torsional rigidity and dynamic performance on steeps.
Factory Finish Offering an effective edge angle of 88˚, resulting from a 3˚ side and 1˚ base angle for an exceptional performance, the base is finished with 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|
|Waist Width (mm)||98|
|Tail Width (mm)||120|
|Turning Radius (m)||18.5|
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Comments about Scott Powd'Air Skis 2013:
Purchased for a light-and-fast setup with tech bindings. At the year-old model price, it was definitely a good call. With the 98mm waist, there's plenty of flotation for the local "deep-snow" touring I've been able to find recently. On the front side, I find they deal with variable conditions and cut through crud without much problem.