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    SuperGuide 105 Ski

    Light is right, but the fatter the better—thankfully, Scott made the SuperGuide 105 Ski for the touring-oriented powder pig. The full-length wood core and carbon stringers join forces in bombproof sandwich construction to create a ski that's pretty dang light but still stable and energetic during the descent. With a waist width of 105mm, this ski will float like a butterfly in pow and sting like a bee when you hit hardpack and techy terrain. Add in the ridiculously convenient skin fixation system, and you're ready to rock.

    • Surprisingly light backcountry ski for zipping up and charging down
    • 105mm waist width lends levity in pow while staying agile
    • Camber and early rise tip edges firm snow and floats powder
    • Sandwich construction provides excellent stability
    • Touring-friendly weight hovers around seven pounds per pair
    • Item #SCO00UK

    Tech Specs

    175cm, 183cm
    [175cm] 133 / 104 / 122mm, [183cm] 135 / 105 / 124mm
    Turn Radius
    [175cm] 22m, [183cm] 23m
    traditional camber, early rise tip
    wood, carbon fiber
    Claimed Weight
    [pair, 175cm] 6lbs 14oz, [pair, 183cm] 7lbs 4oz
    Recommended Use
    backcountry skiing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years limited

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    Scott SG 105, A Great Ski !

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought these in a 175 cm length , for a fat backcountry AT ski, and occasional resort skiing in the East. If I was out West, I would have gone with the 183 cm ski.

    Bases needed some hand tuning, quite railed at the tips, but after that, with a fresh wax, what a great ski ! They carve really well on hard snow, even some ice, and are super light skinning up. With a burly boot, Maestral RS, I have even skied them a bit at the resort, and they were great in the glades, even groomers.

    Only downside, they did need a hand tune to get bases flat, and edges are quite thin, so don't just throw them on a stone grind machine.

    I put ION LT bindings on them, with Koala Vacuum 2.0 skins. Flat ski, 175 cm is 1440 gms.

    Scott SG 105, A Great Ski !