SCOTT Jib Ski

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“X GAMES GOLD” Constructed with a 3Dimension sidecut for precise edge control, the Jib is quick, responsive, and snappy. Its lightweight wood core gives it pop off jumps and floats easily in the pipe, making it the weapon of choice for Super-Pipe star, Roz-G.
Model : 224111
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Selected Color : A version
  • A version

SSCL - Sandwich Sidewall Construction Laminate

SSCL - Sandwich Sidewall Construction Laminate

Forgiveness & Versatility
SSCL combines a laminate top and bottom sheet with a traditional sandwich sidewall construction. SCOTT optimized material usage to provide a construction that drastically reduces the weight of the ski. Specific braiding and different combinations of laminates guarantee the best possible construction for their intended use.
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3Dimension Sidecut

3Dimension Sidecut

This revolutionary sidecut design combines a tip and tail with either a central flat line or a small amount of sidecut under foot. The tip and tail radii allow for easy turn initiation while the flat line (freeski) or a larger radius (all conditions) provides stability, power and precise edge hold. This power design has earned accolades in the form of Winter X-Games Gold Medals and multiple ski test awards.

3Dimension Sidecut is utilized in two different forms, a centralized flat line for the freestyle and progressive oriented skier or as a large radius under foot for an all condition skier looking for versatile, high-performing ski.

Features
+ Improved edge control and power underfoot
+ Adds stability and predictability to the ski
+ Improved pivot point for a playful ski

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Reinforced Steel Edge

Reinforced Steel Edge

SCOTT Freestyle skis use a durable oversized height steel edge. This reinforced steel edge is far more resistant to breaking.
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Freestyle Finish

Freestyle Finish

SCOTT Freestyle Finish is especially designed for a more playful freestyle ski. The main difference from the factory finish is the bigger base edge angle of 1.6°. This larger angle makes the ski easier to spin and more forgiving on landings and rails.
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Freeski

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