Scratch

$600.00

Description

The Scratch is fun, quick and responsive for park and the rest of the mountain. With their 116-84-109 sidecut, 21.4-m radius and 100-percent high camber, these skis can do just about everything except float through deep powder. They're great for short turns in the bumps and GS turns on the groomers. Wood cores, high-tech fiberglass laminates and 30-degree inclined sidewalls makes these skis hold on really hard snow. -Jeff Sarchett

Features

Power Turn Camber • Extended Sidecut • Jib Tip • Structure: Minicap • Core: Wood/Microcell • LaminateS: WRS

Scratch
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Skier's Choice Draft Picks

David Reddick

Round 3 – Park Selection, Pick 12
Tanner Hall, Evan Raps, and Thomas Rinfret. What do those three have in common? They were on the original Rossi Scratch Team. Tapping into the nostalgia files, I remember shooting photos of Team Scratch with the original sexy silhouette graphic at Superpark 3. In turn, when I saw the Scratch was back in 2011-12, I knew I had to replicate Tanner and Raps’ big-air jump prowess. Featuring a wood core, minicap sidewalls that are slanted at 30 degrees for improved swing weight, and Jib Tip technology for added durablity and shock absorption, I feel 1,000 years younger. Now, if they just had that silhouette...

Additional Information

Description The Scratch is fun, quick and responsive for park and the rest of the mountain. With their 116-84-109 sidecut, 21.4-m radius and 100-percent high camber, these skis can do just about everything except float through deep powder. They're great for short turns in the bumps and GS turns on the groomers. Wood cores, high-tech fiberglass laminates and 30-degree inclined sidewalls makes these skis hold on really hard snow. -Jeff Sarchett
Manufacturer Rossignol
Dimensions 116-84-109
Style Park/Pipe
Gender Mens, Womens
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