Here's what other sites are saying:
The big, fat, and silly-stable Scott Scrapper Ski was born to bomb down mountains and blast through pow. A girthy 122-millimeter waist and tip and tail rocker mean it never augers, let it dump like devil. And a nearly flat middle sidecut radius lets it run straightlines without a bit of wiggle or pull. A tip and tail sidecut and traditional camber engage if something gets in the way or when you hit the choppy stuff and slow it down. A full-length wood core keeps it strong, lively, and stable, good for anything that comes your way.
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