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Let the mountain know who's boss when you step into a pair of Scott Punisher Skis. These all-mountain devouring planks provide all the tech your need to get completely pitted in the morning, blast through chop in the afternoon, and rally groomers until the lifts stop spinning. With a long pronounced rocker in the tip, they blast through powder and crud, but with camber underfoot and a toned-down rocker in the tail you can still lay down precise turns once the fresh stuff is gone. Their unique 3Dimension sidecut (no sidecut underfoot) is designed to provide stability, power, and tight edge hold on the hard pack, and with a 108mm waist width you won't find them lacking on a powder day. Their Freestyle Finish makes for a playful feel, and makes them easier to spin by increasing the base edge angle. The wood core provides just enough pop to keep things interesting, and the sandwich sidewall construction keeps them stable at speed making them one of the most versatile skis on the market. 

  • Twin-Tip Rocker Large profile (tip and tail rocker, camber underfoot)
  • Sandwich sidewall construction
  • Wood core
  • 108mm waist width in 183cm length
  • 3Dimension sidecut
  • Freestyle Finish
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  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Scott makes great skis, in fact I think they make some of the best. I previously had the P4 in a 191cm (traditional sidecut/camber) which made for a great everyday Snowbird ski. Unfortunately skis don't last forever and I picked up a pair of Punisher's last year. Although very different shapes, they ski with many of the same traits - neutral, solid and no surprises. Bottom line - these things rip and surprisingly enough they are extremely versatile. 108 underfoot is the sweet spot for western everyday sticks. The shovel design (similar to the Corupt Slasher) keeps the skis tracking straight in all conditions. It's easily the most used ski in my quiver and I find myself grabbing it most everyday. Well done Scott, keep making these (and bring back the P4)! PC: Dylan Bishop-Berry (@soggysombrero)