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189cm Scott Punisher w/ Rottefella Freeride Large - Used

$390.00 USD
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189cm Scott Punisher w/ Rottefella Freeride Large - Used

Ski Dimensions: 144-110-132

Ski Information: With its 110-mm waist and tighter sidecut radius, the Punisher 110 still surfs the deep stuff capably but offers a bit more short-turn quickness and all-conditions versatility than the ultra-wide Scrapper. Also a twin-tip, it has a bit more rocker than the 115-mm-waisted Scrapper; also a bit more heft than the Paulownia-cored Scrapper. At 2160 grams per ski (in the 189 cm length), the Punisher is the heaviest ski in the Scott collection, which gives it reassuring calm at high speeds. It's a wood-core laminate construction built for durability and high performance in deep snow, though vertical sidewalls give it a measure of hard-snow edginess as well. Fiberglass reinforcement, rather than metal, keeps it light and responsive in soft-snow conditions. Moderate rocker in both the tip and tail enhances buoyancy and shock-absorption in off-piste conditions while keeping it loose and surfy in deep snow. Scott's 3D Sidecut breaks the ski into three sections, with a straighter section underfoot and deeper sidecut radii in the tip and tail. This is designed to improve stability at speed and give the ski a playful easy-pivoting feel. The Scott brand was founded in 1958 when Sun Valley racer and ski-tuner Ed Scott developed the first tapered aluminum ski pole. It has grown into a multisport conglomerate (bike, wintersports, motorsports, and running) based in Givisiez, Switzerland, with U.S. headquarters in Salt Lake City. It began making skis in 1998. It also makes poles, goggles, and boots.

Binding Information: NTN Freeride gives the skier unparalleled edge control and offers the simplicity and security of an alpine binding without sacrificing the freedom of the heels. Depending on the skier’s weight, boot size and ability, he/she can choose from different Power Tubes (springs): Green (Soft) or Blue (Medium).

NTN users experience immediate energy transfer from boot to edge. Plus, new spring technology provides an even, smooth and adjustable forward flex. The NTN binding has a sideways release system and the springs can be pre-tightened or reduced in tightness. NTN bindings are also symmetrical; no left or right ski. 

Easy in - easy out means you never have to bend over to put on your telemark binding again. With the grip of a ski pole, flick the lever open, step in, and push the lever back down.

Condition Description: These skis are in good condition. The top sheets have some damage to them but it's only cosmetic. Bases are in great shape. Bindings have some nicks, but they'll work well structurally. A good heavier ski that's ready to crush that crud and rip those lines.

Product Liability/Return Information: Due to the nature of used and consignment gear, these items are a final sale. Please contact us before purchase if you have any questions or would like additional photos. We can be reached at email at customerservice@freeheellife.com or via phone at 385-227-8968. Thanks!