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Scott Scrapper 105 Ski

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$419.97 $699.95

Item #SCO00UH


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  • 175cm
  • 183cm
  • 189cm

Tech Specs

175cm, 183cm, 189cm
[175] 135 / 101 / 123mm [183] 138 / 103 / 123mm [189] 140 / 105 / 128mm
Turn Radius:
[175] 21m [183] 22m [189] 24m
Twin Tip Rocker M
Claimed Weight:
[175] 3lb 6oz [183] 3lb 7oz [189] 3lb 9oz (single ski)
Recommended Use:
all-mountain skiing, freeride/powder skiing
Manufacturer Warranty:
limited 2 years

Scrapper 105 Ski

Click into the Scott Scrapper 105 Ski to provide yourself with a stable and playful platform to slash powder, pop off cliffs, or rail turns on groomers. The 105mm waist thrives in all of these conditions due to its quick edge to edge feel on firm snow and its ability to float in fresh powder. The Twin-Tip Rocker Profile further boosts the Scrappers versatility by featuring rocker in the tip and tail with camber underfoot. This allows you to float in pow, edge on groomers, and pop like there is no tomorrow so that you can express yourself however you see fit.

  • Playful ski that thrives in a variety of conditions and terrain
  • 101-105mm waist floats easily over powder and is quick edge to edge
  • Twin-Tip Rocker profile floats in pow and provides a powerful edge
  • Medium turn radius is table at high speeds and nimble when needed
  • Full wood core provides a stable platform and adds durability
  • Carbon laminates add stiffness and responsiveness
  • 3D sidecut eases turn initiation for confident edging at all time
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Solid 1 ski All Mountain Quiver Ski

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Scott Scrapper 105 Review
I was given‹ ‹this‹ ‹product‹ ‹from Backcountry,‹ but‹ this‹ review‹ ‹Is‹ my‹ ‹personal ‹opinion.

A Word on Mounting:
The Scott Scrapper 105 is billed as an all mountain all condition ski. A as such the factory recommended mount point is, 11.4 cm from center; 79.4 cm from tails
I tested the Scott Scrapper 105 with two different configurations (they were provided to me for free, so changing up the mounting position wasn’t a big deal). At first I mounted the bindings 4 3/4cm back from center: The ski skied stiff, and hard to initiate turns. After a day, I had them remounted 2 cm back from center: The ski felt more responsive, but definitely felt the stiffness of the board. I preferred the performance of the ski w the binding mounted more forward of the recommended mounting location.

How’d it Ski?
I am used to riding, Atomic Bent Chetlers, and Black Crows Noctas. The Scott Scrapper 105 is a different kind of ski and shape compared to those. I think that the stiffness was more pronounced for me than it might be for others.

I am hesitant to comment on the shape of the ski. These are definitely a different shape to what I am used to skiing, so I found them harder to ski than what I am used to. I had to be more conscious of initiating turns and managing tips and tails.

That said, I liked how light they were, I thought that they wouldn’t track in turns, and in the chop, but just the opposite. Once the turns were initiated the ski followed suit very well and wasn’t hard to manage. Definitely an easily managed ski. I felt very confident in steep terrain.

They float well enough in powder. No problems there either.

They aren’t the prettiest ski out there. I’m not a fan aesthetically for the tip and tail cut outs, and I am unable to determine if they serve a functional purpose.
The top sheet did collect sticky snow though, it’s textured and grippy.

Overall Thoughts:
The Scott Scrapper 105 i think lives up to it’s name as an all mountain 1 ski quiver ski. It is definitely a versatile ski that performed well. I think the skier will have to make their own call on preference for a stiff or pliable ski.

Solid 1 ski All Mountain Quiver Ski

New Touring ski

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Yes! Finally a touring ski I feel stable on and I don't feel like my hip sockets are going to fall out. These are sooooo light for how good they ski. They ski like a heavy all mountain ski but are as light as any good uphill travel ski.

These are good in and out of bounds, but I have decided to make these my touring skis! Really stoked on them.

Scott Scrapper 105 Awards and Accolades

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Scott Scrapper 105 Awards and Accolades

Scott Scrapper 105 Awards and Accolades