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The Scott Slight 93 is the prototype of the ski relatively strong in size but that knows how to forget its width on the track. With the fairly neutral behavior of its clearly developed spatula to boost the powder planning, the Scott Slight 93 sizes very well, with a good grip, without really supporting the first part of driving. It is therefore a question of placing it on the angle and letting it work not on its entire length, but on the central part located under the foot. Well balanced nevertheless, easy to make carver and to make loop, it allows to chain the curves in carving without generating a lot of speed or sensations, but in comfort and safety. Its stability, its grip and its curved unfolding really do the job, without capsizing the hearts. In all snow, on the other hand, its width (compared to that of its competitors) offers a very favorable lift: it remains more easily on the surface. Combined with an excellent movement of the spatula to help surface, this ski is one of the most accessible in the category in deep snow. In addition, manoeuvrable, well balanced, with good control, it evolves in large spaces as well as in restricted and rugged terrain. In short, the Scott Slight 93 appears as a good ski that stands out first by its comfort and control off the beaten track.
see Prize: €629 Lines de ribs: 134 91 122 15m radius for a 170cm ski