The Scott Rook Skis are your li'l rookies first pair of pow sticks. A fat ski with a tight sidecut, the Rook can handle any and every condition. Playtime and performance no longer have to be separate, the Rook effortlessly blends the two together to create a ski that is lively and fun with the ability to tackle the whole mountain.
Scott Pro Tip Rocker 350 Pro-Tip rocker combines a progressive shape with increased tip height and radius. Pro-Tip produces a more consistent ski flex and provides more predictable turns. Pro-Tip also increases stability in deep snow and provides a more forgiving ride.
Dual Radius Traditional skis have a fixed radius that determines the length of every turn. Scott skis combine two radii (dual radius) to create the sidecut or “shape” of the ski. By incorporating the Dual Radius concept, the ski can turn when you want it to turn, resulting in a more versatile ski which is not confined to one type of skiing or terrain.
Sandwich Sidewall Construction Laminate SSCL combines a laminate top and bottom sheet with a traditional sandwich sidewall construction. SCOTT optimized material usage to provide a construction that drastically reduces the weight of the ski. Specific braiding and different combinations of laminates guarantee the best possible construction for their intended use.
Factory Finish SCOTT skis come direct from the factory "ready to ski" with SCOTT factory finish. Every factory finished ski leaves the factory with side edges ground at 89° and base edges ground between 0.5° and 0.8° 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)||126|
|Waist Width (mm)||88|
|Tail Width (mm)||114|
|Turning Radius (m)||12|
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Comments about Scott Rook Skis - Kid's 2012:
We got these skis to put together a touring setup for my 11 year old son. I put some Naxo (now Dynastar) bindings on and they seem to ski well. The setup is a little heavy for touring but most of the blame for that should go to the bindings. But the skis aren't exactly light either. That's my only criticism. Great skis for a kid, especially for the price they go for.