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Scout the backcountry, slay the resort.

Blizzard's Scout Ski redefines versatility by being beefy enough for the resort yet light for the backcountry. Flipcore technology turns the core upside down to provide a natural rocker at the tip and tail, providing you with steady control in pow and crud, and a shallow sidecut gives you incredible stability on speedy descents. The Scout's wide waist obviously makes it a solid performer in powder, but it still gives a quick edge-to-edge performance on groomers due to the Sandwich sidewall construction. This also employs a classic camber for a strong rebound and edge-hold when you're turning.

  • Rocker tip and tail
  • Camber underfoot
  • Sandwich sidewall construction
  • Flipcore 3D wood core
  • 108-millimeter waist
  • Shallow 27m sidecut radius

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5 5

So ridiculously good

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I ski the Cochise in resorts and threw some dynafits on these bad boys. Im an old ski racer, and current hard man.. so I have a tough time admitting to myself that I really like this ski better than the cochise. Its lighter than the cochise and easier to ski, but I have not been able to max it out...and I have tried. I take pictures for world cup ski races and use this to get myself around the hill on those days ( so I can use my comfortable touring boots). After the last racer goes... its my time to let loose. Its almost a joke that a light touring powder ski with dynafit binders will hold my Super G turns down injected world cup hills with a 50 pound pack on.

So ridiculously good
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Hey Marcus,
Nice review. Check out my question posted on the new Cochise, ie, compared to Scout. I was talked into the Scout, as without the metal of the Cochise, it would be "an easier, more forgiving" ski. But, dunno. Again, check out, if you please, the recent answers to my question(on the new Cochise pg.), comparing the two. I'm wondering if there is that much difference between the two, besides weight, rigidity, etc. Sure, the Scout is made for touring, but, I bought mine with resort bindings already on, a pair of Marker Griffons. So, I really wanted just a middle-waisted ski(compared to my other two-Atomic Nomad, and Bent Chetler), an all mountain ski that would be good for most conditions, ranging from a bit of powder to the groomers. Anyway, still debating this. I appreciate the answers I've received thus far, even though they are in favor of the Cochise. Thanks!