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Rossignol Scratch Skis

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Description: Rossignol Scratch Skis

Stake your claim with the Rossignol Scratch Skis for men. An X-Game legend with more medals to its name than any other ski, the high-flying Scratch is a proven park performer. Drawing on its traditional camber, this twin-tip freestyle demon turns up the power and finds plenty of rebound energy to generate speed. The Mini Cap sandwich construction utilizes angled sidewalls to shave weight and boost strength, while the sturdy wood core is secured with fiberglass reinforcement. The Scratch's short and round Jib Tips are great for reducing inertia on jumps. This is a powerful, smooth-spinning ski that rides for glory and craves massive park hits.

  • Key Features of the Rossignol Scratch Skis:
  • Traditional Camber
  • Extended Sidecut
  • Jib Tip
  • Mini Cap Construction
  • Wood/Microcell Core
  • Fiberglass Laminate
  • WRS (Weight Reduction System)
  • J.A.S (Jib Absorption System)
  • Dimensions: 116/84/109
  • Radius: 21.4m (181)


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I am so happy with my order from The House. My Rossignol Scratch Skis are absolutely perfect. They are exactly what I wanted. The price was even better. I never would have thought to find such a great ski for the price I paid. Thank you,
March 5, 2015
over 2 years ago

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How well does it do in powder?
A shopper on Feb 9, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Its a park specific ski with only 84mm under foot and 116mm in the tip. If you are looking for a powder/park ski i would recommend the Rossi Slat instead. If you feel 97mm underfoot with rocker is too much for you, check out the Rossi Storm at 92mm underfoot. All three of these are great skis and having skied them all, I use my Slat as the daily driver, the Scratch as my early season/late season park lap ski. Because i have those two, i didnt see the need for the storm.
My son is approx 6ft 1. Should we get the 174 or 181?
erick s on Dec 10, 2014
BEST ANSWER: If he skis a lot of all mountain and park, i would recommend the 181. I've found the 174 to be just too short when riding them all mountain. I found i was looking for more ski and it just wasnt there. Having had every generation of the scratch, i prefer the 181 length and I'm 5'10" 170
Two skis I'm looking to get are, 2013 vokl Ledge and 2014 rossignal scratch. Which pair of skis will preform better in moslty the park but also all mountain.? I am moving up from 2012 k2 juvy skis. I hit all kinds of rails and some jumps.
A shopper on Jun 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hey chief. I just bought the Rossis last season and they are 100% park. I ride sir francis bacons on days im looking for all mountain riding because these cant handle too much outside of the park. Once youre in the park, they are golden and decently buttery. Hope this helps chief
What Ski Boots would pair well with these skis?
Cody B on Jan 31, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I would have to say since these are basically all park skis any good park boot would go well with them. I'm a fan of Dalbello boots myself. So just any park Dalbello boot would be what I recommend.
What size bindings would fit these with a size 12 boot?
A shopper on Dec 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Any binding can be mounted and adjusted to fit any size boot. The question is what is the release setting range needed for the skiers size, ability and age.
If the ski is being used as a high performance park and pipe ski a Look Pivot binding would be the best choice.
Looking at getting the rossignal scratch 181 cm. Any recommendations on a binding? Thanks.
A shopper on Oct 14, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The Rossignol Scratch Skis would pair well with a Rossignol Axial3 120 and 90mm brake.
I have bindings with 100mm brakes, will they work for these skis or should I get a 90mm brake?
bob the skier on Feb 1, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Bob, it would probably be best to go with the Rossignol FKS 140 B95 if you replace the binding and brake. if you can switch brakes go with the 90 if that is the width that is available.

How would the flex of this ski compare to the Fischer Night Stix and the Armada Pipe Cleaners?
Zach S on Jan 10, 2015
BEST ANSWER: the scratch and the pipe cleaners are competion pipe and park skis with flexes designed for high level competion. scratch has won more Xgames medals since its' introduction than any other model.