Scott's Pure Free 90 Ti is a modern everyday resort ski for intermediate and advanced skiers who are looking for maximum versatility and stability. The 90mm waist and medium radius mean it's perfectly suited to a variety of conditions from fresh groomed pistes to feather light powder, and all the snow in between. The Titanal and Sandwich construction provide the grip for piste; the shape and the poplar wood core ensure the right mix of liveliness and versatility.
Terrain Type & Ability Level
Lots of time on pistes, whatever condition they are in and also some of the accessible off piste. A 90mm waist, a medium radius and tip and tail rocker means the ski feels nicely stable whether groomed, choppy or fresh snow.
Intermediate and lighter weight advanced all mountain skiers who want maximum stability without weight. There'll be lots of turns on piste and, thanks to its width and dimensions, the Free 90 will be comfortable whatever the conditions, especially when compared to a more shaped, piste orientated model. The versatility and the balance of easy handling and performance mean less demanding off-piste will always be an option to test and improve skills on.
Inspired by JÃƒÂ©remie Heitz, the new Pure Freeride sidecuts provide both stability and manoeuvrability. Shorter radius in the front than on the back, with a long radius under the foot, make the ski agile in any conditions. 90mm underfoot with a 16m radius (177cm) for the Free 90 sits it perfectly in the middle of all mountain skis with versatility the key.
All Mountain Tip and Tail Rocker. Having rocker in both the tip and tail allows for optimal float in deep snow and creates a playful ski, while traditional camber underfoot maintains edge hold and stability.
The Full-Length Wood Core produces a more consistent ski flex and creates a homogeneous transition between middle part and rockered tip and tail. Poplar is a good mix of light and durable, helping the ski feel responsive.
Sandwich Sidewall Ti. The ultimate ski construction for freeride performance. The full-length sidewall construction delivers precision and speed for effort transmission. The Titanal layer makes the ski ultra-stable for high-speed runs.
Stability and performance are key on compact snow when the grip and the confidence in the skis are pushed to the limit. The titanal reinforcement makes the push on the edges quicker and more precise. The Scott titanal re-enforcement has a unique shape depending on the ski model to not compromise the natural flex and ski rebound. On the Free 90 it sits in the binding area, keeping maximum edge grip underfoot, whilst allowing the tip and tail more forgiving and lighter.
EB tester’s comments: Alex (Braehead) A great ski for cruising all around the resort that can handle having the speed dialled up too. It likes skidded turns on groomed runs, but also has a very good edge hold for carving too. It won't punish you if you take it fast and isn't too much like hard work at slower speeds either.
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- Skier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced
- Rocker: Tip/Tail Rocker
- Radius: Long
- Base: Sintered
- Bindings: Ski sold flat
- DIN: n/a
- Construction: Full Sidewall
- Core: Wood, Carbon, Titanal Laminate
- Demo: Yes
- Sizing Description: Nose level to forehead height is ideal, but longer length is important if there is a bigger rocker or you're spending more time off piste where the extra stability and float a larger size provides will be beneficial.