Scott The Ski Blue available with bundled products


Scott The Ski Blue

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: £450.00

Special Price £299.00

Scott The Ski

All skis are waxed, brushed out and carefully packed

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  • 175cm
  • 180cm
  • 185cm


Regular Price: £450.00

Special Price £299.00


Scott Warden 13 2015-White/Black-100mm

Regular Price: £165.00

Special Price £156.75


Tyrolia Attack 14 AT-Black-95mm

Regular Price: £101.25

Special Price £96.19


Marker Griffon ID-White-90mm

Regular Price: £116.25

Special Price £110.44


Marker Squire 11 ID-White-90mm

Regular Price: £97.50

Special Price £92.63

The true full length woodcore of The Ski will give an unmatched even flex with exceptional torsional stiffness, these two complimentary features make The Ski an exceptionally versatile All Mountain ski.  Whether you are just making the most of the whole mountain or if you have a specific agenda e.g telemarking, then the firm tail gives both great support and acceleration out of the turn.


The 3D sidecut and Pro Tip Rocker give a beautifully smooth initiation to the turn and a very assured edge grip combine to give the skier great confidence in any condition.  The medium flex ensures a good level of forgiveness for when it doesn't quite go as planned.  Great fun, great look, an all round first rate ski. 





132-93-122 @185cm

131-92-121 @ 180cm

130-91-120 @ 175cm


124-88-114 @ 155cm

3D Radius

18m/23m/14m @ 185cm

17m/21m/13 @ 180cm

16m/20m/12m @ 175cm

15m/19m/11m @ 165cm

14m/18m/10m @ 155cm


Sandwich Sidewall Construction Elliptic

Pro-tip Rocker 320

3D sidecut

Full length woodcore


Factory finish






Tech Spec

Brand Scott
Ability Intermediate, Advanced
Waist width 83-96mm (freeride/all mountain)
Ski shape Early Rise
Where you like to ski All Mountain (mainly on piste), Hike & Ride

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 jenny on Sunday, 19 November 2017


Hi we would like to get some new skis for my husband. He has skiied since the age of 10 2 or 3 times a year (and is now 50) he is 182cm tall and medium build. He skis a lot of unpisted routes recently we have been on the piste all the time with the kids - so we need a ski that is good in mogul fields and on the piste. Scott's the ski sounds like it is perfect - and looks good too. We have a budget of £500 though I realise we need to get bindings too. Please can you advise me on whether this is a good choice, what length we should get (175?) or whether we should consider different skis. Also what bindings we should get. thank you


  • Posted by John Sturgess on Sunday, 19 November 2017

    Good Evening Jenny

    Thanks for your enquiry and yes the Scott "The Ski" is a great all rounder with a very solid feel on piste and through moguls and just enough waist width for some pretty reasonable float when you take it off piste.  We do have one in a 175 left from last season at £300 rather than £450 so that could make for a great bundle with either the Warden 11's or 13's (both would work for him with this ski).

    Are there other suitable skis, yes, but are they any better, probably not.  Just to put your minds at rest then have a look at the Fischer Ranger 90's, these have a very pronounced rocker so it would be the 179's we'd recommend for him in that ski (about hairline height, unless he's like me and is receding a bit, in which case it would be "top of the forehead" territory!) and are another very good ski and seriously underrated.  There's also the Blizzard Brahma and slightly less powerful Brahma Ca's. 

    These are all great skis but very much in the same territory as The Ski's not really any better, or worse, so with this all taken on board it really can, on this occasion, come down to what he thinks he'd like to have under his feet best.

    Bindings, the Warden's are good, so are the Tyrolia Attacks and the Marker Squire's and Griffons, although these do come in a little pricier, any one from this quartet should give good service and be up to the job.  Although we have some suggested "budle" packages of skis and bindings, if you put any ski and binding combination in your basket our web system will recognise it as a package and give you a bit extra discount.

    Hope this helps.


    Kind regards and happy skiing


    John and Team at Snowfit/Revolutionz

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