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Rossignol Scratch Skis



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Description: Rossignol Scratch Skis

The legendary, competition-level twin, the Rossignol Scratch features a modern rocker profile and flex for progressive freestyle performance. The athlete-approved, pipe and park-ready construction delivers smooth, easy spins, full-throttle boost and powerful edge-grip with a moderate tip and tail rocker for enhanced butter-ability. Rounder Jib Tip profiles and Mini Cap wood core construction provide increased power, shock absorption and enhanced durability while not sacrificing on being lightweight. Whether you are looking to take your skills in the park to the next level, or just trying to slide your first rail, the Scratch is an accessible choice for any park skier.

Key Features of Rossignol Scratch Skis:
  • Sidecut: 116/84/109
  • Radius: 21.0m (181)
  • Sizes: 160, 168, 174, 181
  • Weight: 3.2kg/pair
  • Camber: 100% High
  • Tech: Jib Tip
  • Structure: Minicap Sandwich
  • Core: Poplar-Microcell


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Im not sure the year, but they are black and white stripe with yellow and blue trim, maybe 2013. I saw the cuts look similar but i was wondering if there was a difference in the performance or materials?
A shopper on Jan 8, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Over the seasons the graphics and colors of the Scratch have changed, the structure of the ski and materials used in its' construction have not.
It is still the same ski it has always been an awesome pipe and park ski that is fun in moguls and on groomed runs as well.
Hi. I bought these skis and had a ski shop mount my bindings and they assigned the left ski in the picture as the right ski. Are both skis exactly the same and does it matter?
Brence S on Oct 2, 2018

They are symmetric, it doesn't matter.

Try it both ways and see how it feels the same - like a good dream.

Go sdrawkcab (backwards - in reverse)!

Go crazy!

Love The House. I buy all my snow and water sports stuff there. They also have great advice.

Best wishes,

Do these skis come with bindings? Or will I have to purchase bindings separately?
Josh M on Jan 14, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The ski is sold without a binding. A binding would need to be purchased if the customer does not have a chosen binding already.
What color is this ski on top and base?
What length would you recommend?
Iā€˜m 5ā€™6ā€, 143 lbs, expert skier, park beginner.
Jo S on Mar 2, 2018
The ski is two shades of blue with orange sidewalls. Depending on your style a 155cm to 160cm length would work great for you.
can i set these skis with touring bindings & are there skins available for these beauties??
RENZO on Feb 7, 2018
You technically could use them with touring bindings, but I would not recommend it. No, there aren't skins available for these skis. The Rossignol Scratch ski is a terrain park ski that is meant for jumps, rails, and boxes. I would suggest looking for a back country or all-mountain ski for a touring setup!
What size binding would you need?
Rhuff on Jan 15, 2018
A binding with a brake of 90mm will be ideal here.
Are there differences between this model and the older model?
A shopper on Jan 8, 2018
BEST ANSWER: These skis are from 2016, which specific older year models are you asking to compare them with?
What year are these skis?
A shopper on Nov 24, 2017
These are the 2016 model.


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