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SCOTT Precut Skins

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If you subscribe to the mindset of, “precut skins or bust,” and currently find yourself in possession of select SCOTT skis, then you’re in luck. Matching the perfect curvaceousness of your SCOTT skis, these 65% mohair 35% nylon skins find the right combination of grip, glide, durability, weight, and stickiness. The Fiber Seal waterproof material won’t help you get your daily dose of fiber, but will help keep the snow from balling up on your skins (which is just the worst) and protect your glue from the effects of the most universal solvent (water). In addition to providing waterproofing, the Fiber Seal adds some “structure” to the skin, making it easier to manipulate while putting the skin on your ski. The Smart Glue makes sure the skin reliably adheres to your bases while remaining easy to peel off and peel apart for frustration-free transitions. The tip attachment matches up with the tip of your SCOTT ski, and the easy-to-use elastic tail clip snaps on snappily. The perfect companion to your SCOTT skis on your next adventure is the matching SCOTT Skins.

  • 65% mohair 35% nylon for the right combination of grip, glide, and durability.
  • Fiber Seal makes the skin 100% waterproof, keeping the adhesive good to go.
  • Laser-cut for crisp, clean edges so you can skin 40° snow-ice with confidence (after practice).
  • Smart Hot-Melt Adhesion keeps the skins on the ski while remaining easy to rip.
  • Superguide skins use the SCOTT Hook System with elastic straps for the tail connection.
  • Speedguide skins use a SCOTT Race Clip, a bungee tip-rip with no tail clips.
  • PFC-free to respect or otherwise demonstrate the love of nature.

Questions & Reviews

Question from Rob
Who manufactures the Scott pre-cut skins, Scott or does an established skin manufacturer produce the skins for Scott (such as Kohla since they use the Kohla Smart Glue)?
Answer from jbo
Hi Rob, there are only a handful of companies that produce skins. In this case, it is Kohla making the Scott precuts.
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CDB (used product regularly)
I like the custom fit for my Scott Superguide Freetours and the tip clip works well. They’re super easy to rip but have never failed on me.
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Question from Perry Norris
Looking for skins for a 105, 185 length Scott freetour. You got 'em?
Answer from Carlos M
Hi Perry,

Unfortunately, we do not have the 185cm length in the precuts, only the 178cm. I would recommend a trim-to-fit skin instead, the Pomoca Free Pro 2.0 is a favorite for big skis due to how light and packable it is.
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Question from David W
Hello. Ive been looking for pre-cut skins for the Scott Speedguide 89 in a 176 length, and am having no luck. Could you advise me on which "off the roll" skin material and attachments would work best?
Answer from Jeremy L
Thanks for reaching out, David. Those Speedguide skins are sold tailless out of the box, so a fairly easy build. I'd recommend getting 320cm of the Ski Trab mohair mix plush in the 110mm width found here. Then some bungee tips such as these. That'll set you up with a light and fast set of skins. Hope this helps.
Answer from David W
Perfect. Thank you much Jeremy.
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Question from Dan
How does the hook system on the superguide skins work on the tip

And have they been durable?
Answer from Brett S
Thanks for your question, Dan. For the super guide/free tour skins listed above, the tip has two prongs that fit into a milled-out section on the tip of certain Scott skis. The system seems to work well and we haven't had any issues with usability or durability. Please let us know if you have any other questions!
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Question from Chase
Will the Superguide 95 skins work on the Speedguide 95s? The tip geometry on my Speedguides seem to be a little funky and doesn't play well with the BD skins I'm currently using.
Answer from Brett S
Thanks for your question, Chase. The tip of the precut Superguide skin uses a hook system while the Speedguide ski relies on a tip rip. Also, the two skis are offered in different sizes and as such will have a different side cut. Because of these differences, the Superguide 95 precut skins wouldn't be the best option. If you would like to utilize your tip notch, building a skin using off the roll material may be the best solution. Please let us know if you have any other questions!
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Question from John Ramsey
Do you have skins for the Scott Superguide 95W 168cm?
Answer from Will M
Hey John,

We do not have any of those skins in stock, nor have we carried them before. My apologies! Check out some of our trim to fit skins for some more customizable options!
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Question from Alex
I've used these skins a couple of times and I guess they do the job as any other I've used over the years. Withe the exception of cold temperatures... When it gets really cold the adhesive seems to stop working and they fall right off. What's your experience - if you have any? Also, do you know who is the manufacturer. Based on the tail clip design I would guess Kohla...
Answer from jbo
Hi Alex, not sure which version you have, but starting this season these skins are using the Kohla smart glue. It works great in "Wasatch cold" weather, noting you should keep snow off the glue which can cause temporary failure (requiring a jacket rewarm).
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Question from J.J. Peterson
Do you guys have the Scott ski skins multi fit with the hook (not the band) that will fit a Scrapper 95 160?
Answer from eric
JJ- We only carry the precut skins that have listed in the drop down. We do not stock the Scott multi fit skins.
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Question from Cody
Will these skins also work with the Scott scrapper 95? I’m mostly concerned about the tip clip . I can trim the skin down to fit where needed.
Answer from Julieana
Hey Cody, yes the tip attachment is the same for the scrapper as it is for the superguide models, the difference will be in the tail, as the superguides have a flat tail and the scrapper has a twin tip rocker profile.
Answer from Zach L
Does that mean the tail won't work on the scrapper 95?
Answer from jbo
Hi Zach, the standard tail clips can potentially slide off the side of a twin tipped ski, but you can swap to the butterfly tail clips in that case.
Answer from Cody G
I used the pre cuts on my scrappers but they attached fine and the tail clip worked but overall the skins do not stick well to the bases in any situation so I went back to old faithful black diamonds . The tail clip rarely gives any issues.
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