Scott Scrapper 95


Women's Freeride
Price: £475.00
Off piste long turns:
Off piste short turns:
On piste:
Ease of use:
Ability Level Lower Advanced Lower Expert Upper Advanced Upper Expert Upper Intermediate
Sidecut 129-94-117
Turn radius 18m (168cm)
Lengths 160, 168
Construction Cap & sidewall combo
carbon, aramid & lightweight wood core
tip & tail rocker
Strengths Very light, easy to use
Weaknesses Unstable at speed, lacks grip on hardpack

They say

The Scrapper 95 is the new everyday ski for the yoiunger generation. Re-engineered from previous seasons, the Scrapper 95 features the same award winning construction.

We say

All of our test team remarked on how lightweight the Scrapper was. This inevitably makes it easy to quickly maneuver and a possible option for touring. Turning this ski takes literally no effort, this can really help out in steep, narrow terrain and in the trees. It also makes it a good option for less experienced skiers who are searching for ease of use. The downside of the light construction is that it can feel soft and wash out at the end of the turn while as speed builds it becomes less stable.

Tester Comments

Lynn Mill
Very lightweight, tail too soft and washes out at the end of the turn
Eilidh McLeod
Light, which makes easy to turn in steep terrain in heavier conditions