SCOTT Scrapper 115 Ski | POWDER Skier’s Choice


A review of the SCOTT Scrapper 115 in the 2017 POWDER Buyer’s Guide

By Powder Magazine

Made to shred the cheese right out of the mountain, the Scott Scrapper, featuring Scott’s 3Dimensional Sidecut, works pretty much every day except for the truly icy and firm. A paulownia wood core runs the length of the ski between sheets of carbon and fiberglass. A titanal strip reinforces the binding mount. Steel edges top the construction off. “Awesome, super light ripper,” says Salt Lake City skier Spencer Harkins. “The Scott Scrapper can charge anything but still be fun and floaty.”


Price: $600

Lengths: 182, 189cm

Dimensions: 142-115-131mm

Radius: 23m



SCOTT S1 Boot Breaks the Mold

The following is from Crystal Sagan at POWDER


SCOTT S1 Carbon Touring Ski Boot | POWDER Magazine

Forget what you thought you knew about touring boots


The POWDER staff attended SIA in Denver last week—the snow sports industry’s biggest trade show, where they are got a first look at the best gear for skiers.

Most touring boots follow the same basic mold—tech fittings on the toe, some variety of rubber sole, ski/walk mode on the calf. SCOTT goes against the grain with the S1 Carbon, the pièce de résistance of its 17/18 touring line, putting the ski/walk mode in the front of the boot, where the forefoot meets the shin. Combined with carbon fiber, the front placement of the ski/walk mode makes for an uber-stiff touring boot (130 flex) without the need of a carbon tongue. This new technology does come at a price, so start saving your pennies now—the 130 flex version will retail for $999.99.


Stay tuned for more on the 17.18 line from SCOTT.


SCOTT Cosmos II AT Boot Review

By Phul Lindeman from


Scott Cosmos II

MSRP: $749.99

Sizes: Men’s U.S. 4-14

Weight: 3.15 pounds in size 8.5

Shell material: Powerlite shell made with Grilamid thermoplastic outer and four aluminum buckles

Liner material: Italian-made Powerlite ski mountaineering liner, with ventilated mesh through the ankle and memory foam padding on the footbed

Other features: Vibrman high-density rubber outsole for grip when hiking; shock-dampening footbed inserts; adjustable spoiler for forward lean; lock catches on buckles for touring mode.






High Gear: Scott Cosmos II men’s AT boot (review)

Now I know how ski patrollers can spend 10-plus hours in ski boots and still love what they do, season after season after season.

For years and years — since the first time I went skiing at 4 or 5 years old — I’ve only set foot to snow in a pair of alpine ski boots. Come to think of it, those dastardly death traps are one of the major reasons I switched over to snowboarding as a teenager. I figured: Why deal with buckle-up Plastic Maidens when the other, cooler sport comes with boots as comfortable as skate shoes?


Then I met the Scott Cosmos II ($599). It was love at first fit — that’s saying a lot for a snowboarder — and I suddenly understood why the majority of patrollers wear AT boots instead of alpine models. The updated Cosmos is a men’s AT boot made for the everyman of the mountains: the sort of guy who goes for a lunchtime skin one day, an eight-hour trek the next and then spends the next four days working in the snow. It was my introduction to the wonderful world of ski boots made for, well, human feet, not nerveless masses of bruised meat. (So I’m late to the party, whatever.)

This combination of comfort, style and affordability is no mistake. The Cosmos II is basically a new-and-improved version of the men’s AT boot from Garmont, a boutique footwear manufacturer based in Italy. Scott bought the company’s ski division about four or five years ago, right when the AT scene started to explode and has been making small improvements on the sleek and sexy design ever since. I never wore the original model, but, from what I’ve heard, the merger was for the best: Garmont brought the know-how and Scott brought the price point.

“This really upped Scott’s game in the backcountry,” said Clay Schwarck, buyer and manager at Wilderness Sports in Dillon. “Now they’re making skis, backpacks, all the gear you need, and they made the move at the right time when AT was exploding. I think they’ve done it right.”

But, like any tale of love at first sight, I had to spend at least a week or two with the boots before I knew if it was true love or just lust. The boots are comfortable out of the box, but are they still comfortable after a full day of skinning? Even my Thirty-Two JP Walker’s have nasty hot spots after long enough. And, when it’s time to rip powder on the descent, is the Cosmos II powerful and responsive or cheap and floppy?

First date: a day on Mount Baldy.

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SCOTT ‘La Liste’ Teaser


La Liste

Featuring Jérémie Heitz. In his search to become a better freerider, Jérémie compiles a list of the most interesting peaks in the Alps which he wants to ski. In the process he meets the legends of the sport who first skied the lines and learns from their experiences. ‘La Liste’ will not only chart the progression of Freeriding from its beginnings but shows how todays legends are pushing the sport.


SCOTT- Are you ready?


Our world-class team comes from every corner of the world. Our love for the mountains, the thrill and our passion for SCOTT products, unite us as one.

Our athletes are stocked up and stoked for what’s next.

Are you?

On Snow Demo


Monday got you down? Not sure where to turn?

It’s not too late to head over to Mission Ridge for the WWSRA Northwest On Snow Demo.

Come check out the best of what’s to offer for the 16/17 season from SCOTT, GoPro, CamelBak and more.


Forecast is for bluebird days and fast skiing packed powder.

Happy turns! We will see you there.


SCOTT Sports – Poles


SCOTT introduced the first tapered aluminum ski pole in 1958 and have continued to innovate. SCOTT’s Pole Product Manager, Daniel Tanzer gives you the latest technologies on our freeride and mountain lines to enhance your freedom to explore.

Strap Release System – S.R.S.

With the new SCOTT Strap Release System (S.R.S) technology, SCOTT brings safety technology in poles to a new level. The implementation of the S.R.S in SCOTT poles allows the strap to release from the grip of the pole in sketchy situations to prevent injury.




The iconic SCOTT pole is on its 20th season and with its fresh new design and the Strap Release System (S.R.S) that releases the strap in sketchy situations to prevent injury; this is the ski pole our elite Freeride World Tour team trusts in.

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ski-pole-cascade-c-folded-png-128619_original_1ENGINEERED FOR TOURING

Designed with innovation in mind, the brand new SCOTT Cascade C is a 4-part carbon, collapsible ski pole. With 15cm of length adjustment and a no-slip grip extension for comfrot, the SCOTT Cascade C is the choice for serious backcountry travelers.

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The Cascade 4-part, adjustable pole is built with the strongest and most durable S4 aluminum on the market. With strength twice as the industry standard, rated 75,000 PSI, this collapsible ski pole is the go-to backcountry choice.

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Like the name implies, the SCOTT Cascade 2-part is an aluminium, adjustable pole. With 25cm of length adjustment, and a rock solid design, this pole handles any degree of change on your way up to your facorite powder stash.Available in two different sizes: 100-125 and 115-140cm

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