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SCOTT Superguide Freetour Ski

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SCOTT has added the brand new Freetour ski to their Superguide line this year and boy what an excellent addition it is! This powder ski has the versatility and maneuverability that is sometimes hard to find in a bigger ski while still maintaining high speed stability in a variety of snow conditions. It has a paulownia/beech core that is combined with carbon/aramid fibers to give the ski strong torsional properties while still keeping it lightweight. This means it will straight line, carve GS turns, and slash pow like a dream without being heavy and cumbersome on the way up. It also has an award-winning 3Dimension sidecut design that combines a wider tip radius and a tighter tail radius with a long radius underfoot, making for improved edge control and varying turn shapes. The longer sidecut underfoot also adds stability and predictability to the ski. These boards have some serious dampening to them, the side effect of a dual wood core, which also lends itself to incredible stability. This combination of attributes makes these skis an ideal choice for big and steep lines where you can really open it up and fly. When it's time to scrub some speed and get more technical, the sidecut and carbon/aramid fibers make the ski extremely responsive and easy to maneuver. For those looking for a wider pow-slaying ski that will still tackle more technical, tighter terrain with ease, SCOTT has created the Freetour Superguide just for you.

  • Pro-Tip Rocker keeps your tips up in deep snow.
  • 3Dimension Touring sidecut provides maneuverability, stability, and precise edge hold.
  • Full length dual paulownia/beech core produces a more consistent, damp flex.
  • Carbon/aramid fibers add stability and torsional stiffness without adding weight.
  • Dual radius profile creates a more well-rounded ski that excels in both large and small radius turns.
  • SCOTT Hook Fixation system fits perfectly with your new skis.
  • Factory finish includes edge bevel and CNC base grind so you can mount 'em up and ski 'em down right away.
Specifications
Lengths (cm) 178,185
Weight
convert to ounces
1530g [178]
1610g [185]
Weight (pair) 3060g [178]
3220g [185]
Dimensions   134-104-122 [178]
136-105-124 [185]
Turn Radius   24m
Skin Fix   SCOTT Hook Skin Fixation System, flat notched tail
Specs Verified Yes
Design
Profile   Pro-Tip rocker, camber underfoot, flat tail
Shape   Round tip, 3Dimension long radius sidecut, flat tail
Construction   Sandwich sidewall semi-elliptic construction w/ carbon/aramid fibers
Core   Paulownia and beech
Skimo Co Says
Usage Backcountry powder skiing
Notes A versatile powder ski that is easy to turn
Bottom Line Strong, maneuverable powder ski, but not overpowering
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Questions & Reviews

7/19/2021
Question from Scott W
 
Thanks Zak for the info! What would be a good binding for that ski? Something for backcountry and resort skiing.
7/20/2021
Answer from Jeffrey
 
Hi Scott, Through personal experience and years of selling, I believe the Rotation 12 is the most solid, accurately releasing binding for backcountry or in-bounds skiing.
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7/16/2021
Question from Scott
 
I'm very interested in this ski I am 6'1" about 200lbs leaning towards the 185cm probably use this for my trips out West and a backcountry ski back east. Do you think it's too much ski for the east coast skiing. I already have a 100cm Surface 182 looking to go a little wider?
7/17/2021
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Scott, thanks for the question! I think for east coast skiing 100mm underfoot is a pretty good sweet spot for most folks for a variety of conditions, but if you are just looking for a bit more floatation this ski could be a good option. The Superguide Freetour would be a good choice for an East Coast powder ski ripper with its flat tail that would equate to excellent edge control on icy terrain as well. Give us a shout if you have any more questions!
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2/9/2021
Question from Alberto
 
Ciao Eric, come pensi si possa comportare la versione 105mm da usare come sci touring per gite anche sopra i 1000 m di dislivello e con traversi su neve dura o ghiaccio? Pensavo di montare un attacchino tipo atk fr12 o marker tour e uno scarpone leggero tipo scarpa f1 lt?
Grazie.
2/9/2021
Answer from Brett S
 
Grazie per la tua domanda! La Scott Superguide è più orientata alla neve morbida, ma può sicuramente reggere il confronto sulla neve più dura ad altitudini superiori. L'F1 LT è uno stivale eccezionale ed è uno dei preferiti del negozio. L'F1 LT può gestire gli sci più grandi, tuttavia, dovrai sciare più "cautamente" rispetto a uno scarpone più robusto. Fateci sapere se avete altre domande!
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12/31/2020
Question from Adam
 
Hi - Do you think this ski could serve as a 50/50 ski for touring and the resort? I'm planning to mount them with a CAST binding. Thanks.
12/31/2020
Answer from Will
 
Hey Adam,

Thanks for reaching out! I think this ski would work well as a 50/50 ski, playful and easy to control.
1/2/2021
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Adam, I have skied these at a resort, they are fun! Solid underfoot and can plow through some crud.
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12/17/2020
Question from Clive Saleman
 
Hi I am wanting a powder oriented tour ski for NZ and Japan I am 180 lbs 5'10" 65 yrs old but advanced and ski fit. Tossing up over 178 vs 185 am leaning 185 but do I need this length?

Thanks Clive
12/19/2020
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Clive, it comes down a bit to what you are used to skiing. If you are 5'10 the 185cm will be quite a bit taller than your height, while the 177cm version would be a bit closer to your total height. The 177cm might just be a touch more versatile.
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11/24/2020
Question from LDakota
 
How do these skis compare to the Superguide 95’s?
11/24/2020
Answer from Julieana
 
Hi LDakota, the core construction is the same between these and the 95s, the only difference is the width of the ski.
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11/1/2020
Question from Jack
 
Can you help me figure out the length?
I'm ~160 lbs, 5'9", and usually ski something in the low 180cm range. I want this as a pure touring ski, and would rather something easy to ski than super-demanding. Go with the 178?
11/2/2020
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Jack,

Of the available lengths, a 178cm ski sounds great for you! If you would like to go into more detail, or have any further questions about a new setup, shoot us an email at help@skimo.co.
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8/14/2020
Question from Eric
 
Any thoughts on how this compares in feel to the Blizzard Zero G 105? I've gotten the impression that that Blizzard would be a rather too stiff for me. For reference, I love my old Voile Vectors.
8/14/2020
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Eric, the Superguides are more compliant than the Zero Gs and require less input. They have a damper feel (starting 2020/21...previous iterations were somewhat tinny) with a rounder flex. These are closer to a Vector, though the 95 is even closer owing to the width.
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