The Scott Surf'Air Skis are part of Scott's Mountain series of AT/backcountry skis. Lightweight paulownia wood cores have hollow champers that reduce the weight of the ski while carbon-fiber stringers add stiffness without any extra weight. This Surf'Air has powerful edge hold and rocker in the tip gives you a reliable and stable ride in variable snow conditions. Get out there and explore the un-tracked wilderness with the Scott Surf'Air Skis.
Pro Tip Rocker 350 Scott's Pro-Tip Rocker produces a more consistent ski flex and predictable turns, using a progressive tip height radius.
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 Paulownia Paulownia wood core combined with laminates results in a super lightweight ski with a great flex and torsional rigidity. Less-is-more, results in exploring efficiency.
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)||128|
|Waist Width (mm)||89|
|Tail Width (mm)||115|
|Turning Radius (m)||15|
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Comments about Scott Surf'Air Skis 2014:
I got these skis to telemark with, and do the occasional light tour. I have yet to skin with them, but the few days at the resort I've had show their lightness and responsiveness. They don't have a whole lot of rocker, but still float pretty nicely given the light material. Seem relatively durable, but only time will tell. Nice and quick in the bumps. This is my first pair of skis geared towards AT, so I can't compare to others.