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Scott SpeedGuide 95 Ski

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$559.96 $699.95

Item #SCO00UL

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Tech Specs

Length:
173cm, 178cm
Dimensions:
[173cm] 128 / 95 / 117mm, [178cm] 128 / 96 / 117mm
Turn Radius:
[173cm] 21m, [178cm] 23m
Profile:
early rise tip, camber underfoot
Construction:
sandwich
Core:
paulownia wood
Edge:
steel
Base:
sintered
Claimed Weight:
[pair, 178cm] 5lb 10oz
Recommended Use:
backcountry skiing
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 year limited

SpeedGuide 95 Ski

The Scott Men's SpeedGuide 95 Ski is an uphill machine that doesn't sacrifice performance on the descent. Weighing in at under 6 pounds per pair, you'll easily crush steep approaches and still have juice left to style your line. With a nimble 95-96 millimeter waist that can take control of firm snow but doesn't let you sink when the going is deep, and a rockered tip for extra float and agility, this ski can handle any condition save for the deepest powder days. A paulownia wood core provides a playful, responsive feel without adding excess weight, while Scott's torsionally-stiff Elliptic Sandwich construction and carbon and fiberglass laminate ensures a stable, smooth ride.

  • Lightweight touring ski for blazing fast ascents
  • Nimble 95-96mm waist handles hardpack and deeper snow
  • Rockered tip adds flotation in powder and improves agility
  • Paulownia wood core is lightweight and playful
  • Carbon and fiberglass laminate provides a stiff, stable ride
  • Elliptic Sandwich construction delivers torsional stability
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

These sticks are bewitched.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These skis are amazing. I brought them to the shop to get mounted and by the time I came back to pick them up the shop guy had everyone there lifting them up just because they are so light it’s almost unatural. After putting some time on these skis I couldn’t be happier with them. Super nimble in the shwack, floaty in the softs and hold an edge on hard pack. I honestly just can’t emphasize how light and amazing these really are.

These sticks are bewitched.

Lightest ski!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I have tried this ski and it is the lightest ski I have ever tried. I went with the wider under foot Scott Superguide but if I lived somewhere I needed a smaller fast touring ski then I would for sure choose this one.

Scott SpeedGuide 95 Awards and Accolades

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Scott SpeedGuide 95 Awards and Accolades

Scott SpeedGuide 95 Awards and Accolades

Recommended Sizing Guide

Kids' Alpine Skis
Ski LengthWeightHeight~Age
70cm - 80cm

30lb

(13.6kg)

3ft 1in

(94cm)

2 - 3yr
80cm - 90cm

35lb

(15.8kg)

3ft 4in

(101.6cm)

4yr
90cm - 100cm

40lb

(18.1kg)

3ft 7in

(109.2cm)

5 - 6yr
100cm - 110cm

50lb

(22.6kg)

3ft 11in

(119.4cm)

6 - 7yr
110cm - 120cm

60lb

(27.2kg)

4ft 2in

(127cm)

8 - 9yr
120cm - 130cm

70lb

(31.7kg)

4ft 7in

(139.7cm)

10yr
130cm - 140cm

80lb

(36.2kg)

4ft 9in

(144.8cm)

11yr
140cm - 150cm

90lb

(40.8kg)

5ft 1in

(154.9cm)

12yr
150cm - 160cm

100lb

(45.3kg)

5ft 5in

(165.1cm)

12 - 13yr
How to Size:

Ski length is primarily determined by your child's weight and skiing ability, in respect to their height.
For beginners and cautious skiers, keep ski length on the shorter side.
For your little ripper, ski length should lean towards the top of the range.
Kids' ski height should fall between their upper chest and eye level.