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A large rocker and crazy sidecut translate to allover fun-munching.
Featuring the large, most exaggerated tip and tail rocker in Scott's line-up, the Punisher Ski dominates powder, crud, and chunder all over the mountain. A full-length wood core and triaxial laminate provide strong, torsional rigidity for a stable ride at face-melting speeds, and the 3Dimensional sidecut makes for easy turn initiation at the tips but puts straightline power under your foot. The traditional camber underfoot and mid-fat waist let it rebound and turn quickly edge to edge, so this is no one-trick fat stick. And its lightweight construction makes this redesigned ski a blast in the backcountry, hitting kickers or gaps, and an all-around fun hog.
- Twin Tip large rocker profile with traditional camber
- SSCL sandwich sidewall construction
- Full wood core
- 108mm waist (183cm ski)
- Laminate Triaxial
- 3Dimension Sidecut with 45-meter underfoot
- Freestyle finish
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- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I am 6' 4" and 250 pounds and an expert skier. This is a great all-around ski for big guys. It handles powder well I don't sink until it gets deeper than 12 inches. It is an amazing ski in crud and chopped up snow. I ski the 189 CM and have no problems skiing tight trees or soft bumps. The ski is exceptionally stable ski in tough conditions and had no speed limit on groomed runs making GS turns. With the great snow year we are having in Colorado I have been able to get it all over the mountain at Breckenridge, Vail, and Keystone.
slice n dice
Putting the punishers to work! Beautiful sleeper storm up at Snowbird