SCOTT Layla Ski

Ski Scott Layla
“THE FREESKI CHOICE” With ample width underfoot and a tight radius, the Layla offers great float and easy turn initiation. The Venturi Tip and Tail in combination with the lighter construction further improve powder performance and liveliness.
Model : 230752
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SSCL Light - Sandwich Sidewall Construction Laminate Light

SSCL Light - Sandwich Sidewall Construction Laminate Light

Easiness & Pleasure
The SSCL Light is designed for lightweight skis and women’s specific skis.
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Factory Finish

Factory Finish

SCOTT skis come direct from the factory "ready to ski" with SCOTT factory finish. Every factory finished ski leaves the factory with side edges ground at 89° and base edges ground between 0.5° and 0.8° for exceptional performance. The base is finished with a micro structured CNC stone grind so you can mount your skis and hit the hill, no tuning required.
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Womens's Specific Construction

Womens's Specific Construction

All Women’s skis feature women’s specific construction. SCOTT women’s skis are designed to be light and lively while meeting the levels of performance that women skiers demand.
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Dual Radius

Dual Radius

Traditional skis have a fixed radius that determines the length of every turn. SCOTT skis combine two radii (dual radius) to create the sidecut or “shape” of the ski. By incorporating the Dual Radius concept, the ski can turn when you want it to turn, resulting in a more versatile ski which is not confined to one type of skiing or terrain.
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Venturi Tail

Venturi Tail

The Pure ski shows that the Venturi Tail offers more stable turn completion in any quality of snow.
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Verturi Tip&Tail

Verturi Tip&Tail

The Venturi Tip & Tail is a new geometry that allows skis to float freely when initiating and completing turns. SCOTT skis with Venturi Tip & Tail construction are more lively and less sluggish off piste and in deep snow.
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Women

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