Scott Punisher


Scott Punisher 2013

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Regular Price: £380.00

Special Price £190.00

Scott Punisher Backcountry/Freeride Ski

All skis are waxed, brushed out and carefully packed

Both Jake and Ben considered these the most fun ski tested across the week.  The completely redesigned Punisher is noticeably wider and whilst softer in the tip and tail than its predecessor the central underfoot section has real power enabling the skis to perform extremely well even on hard pistes.  

Their off piste performance across a variety of snow conditions was awesome and had us all grinning from ear to ear.

The graphics match the performance and because they are relatively light for such a large ski you could mount these with either standard alpine bindings or Scott’s new semi-touring binding - the Guardian.


Tech Spec

Brand Scott
Ability Advanced
Waist width 95-120mm (freeride/powder)
Ski shape Early Rise
Where you like to ski All Mountain (mainly off piste), Freeride/Powder, Hike & Ride, Touring

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If you buy your skis and bindings from us on our recommendation, either by visiting the store and talking to our staff, or "discussing" your requirements with us over the telephone or via e-mail and then when you ski them you cannot get on with them we offer the following guarantee:-

Subject to a weekly rental charge of £70 (rail binding system skis) or £95 (flat top skis that have been specifically drilled and mounted for you) we will accept return of those skis (providing of course they haven't been "mullered") and put the remainder of the price you paid for them towards a different pair.  

Please note, if you are unable to return the skis to us in person you would be required to pay for the carriage charges incurred in their return.

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Posted by ivo on Monday, 26 November 2012


Hi guys..,can you please describe the new punisher comparing to the old 2012..?What has improved and how better they are..?I have tryed the old model and they were great.?What is the radius on the new model?what is 3d..? Thanks in advance!1


  • Posted by John Sturgess on Monday, 26 November 2012

    Hi and thanks for your enquiry about the new Punisher's.

    I too have been a huge fan of the old Punisher and still rate it as one of the most genuinely versatile skis ever made (the new 2013 Head Oblivion is a very good substitute for it, almost identical in both shape and performance).


    Anyway, the new one.  Well I'm 58, our younger son Ben 29 and ex racer Jakey 22.  In March on the SIGB ski test we all were somewhat taken aback by the really radical change in design, so much so we seriously questioned the thinking behind the adoption of the Punisher name for such a dramatically different looking ski.

    Five minutes on it and we could all see why they had done it. Much wider underfoot, massive rockers, a little softer yet still a stunningly versatile all mountain ski, great fun on piste, huge fun off, magical through the trees.  Yes, if you are a keen park skier you'd be crazy not to go for the Tom Wallisch version of the Jib, (which also rides well on piste and is ok off); if all you do is back country freeride then the Venture, Pure or Mega Dozer; but if you are never quite sure what you day is going to bring then it would have to be the Punisher for me and although from vastly different skiing backgrounds for both Ben and Jakey as well.

    The shaping is so radical that the dimensions and turn radius seem somewhat irrelevant, it's how they actually ski in practice that matters and these are awesome.

    For a more detailed description of how they perform, do give me, or particularly Jakey a call at the shop on 01603 716655 we'll be delighted to pass on our experiences whilst skiing them.  Ben and Jakey "disappeared" for over an hour with these underfoot and rather threw the day's testing schedule; says it all really.


    Hope this helps.


    Kind regards

    John and Team at Snowfit

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