From hitting backcountry booters to ripping all mountain powder and crud, the Scott
Scrapper Skis can do it all. With its 120 mm waist and plenty of Twin Tip Rocker, the Scrapper eats powder (or any other 3D snow) for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Featuring Scott
's revolutionary 3Dimension Sidecut, this allows for easy turn initiation while providing stability, power and precise edge hold. The Scott
Scrapper Skis will change the way you look at - and ski - soft snow.
Twin Tip Rocker - Having rocker in both the tip and tail allows for optimal float in deep snow and creates a playful "floaty" ski, while traditional camber underfoot maintains edge hold and stability.
3Dimension Sidecut - This revolutionary sidecut design combines a tip and tail radius with either a central flat line or small amount of sidecut underfoot. The tip and tail radii allow for easy turn initiation while the flat line (freeski) or a larger radius (all conditions) provides stability, power and precise edge hold. 3Dimension Sidecut is utilized in two different forms, a centralized flat line for the freestyle/progressive oriented skier or as a larger radius under foot for an all condition skier looking for a versatile high performing ski.
Sidecut: Tip/Underfoot/Tail - 180 - 19 m / 60 m / 17 m, 190 - 20 m / 60 m / 18 m
Full Ski Length Wood Core - The full-length, wood core produces a more consistent ski flex and creates a homogeneous transition between the middle of the ski and the rockered tip and tail.
Sandwich Sidewall Construction Laminate - SSCL combines a laminate top and bottom sheet with a traditional sandwich sidewall construction. SCOTT has optimized material usage to provide a construction that drastically reduces the weight of the ski.
Traditional Vertical Sidewall
High-Speed Base - Scott's High-Speed Base isa sintered ultra-high-molecular weight and high wax part race base.
Freestyle Finish - SCOTT Freestyle Finish is especially designed for a more playful freestyle ski. The main difference from the factory finish is the bigger base edge angle of 1.6 degrees. This larger angle makes the ski easier to spin and more forgiving on landings and rails.
Bindings not included
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.