Ski Review: Scott Crusade

All Mountain

Oct 22, 2009
Outside Magazine

The Crusade slaughters variable terrain, letting you slink through the bumps, launch over a gap jump in the park, and still float some powder turns during a storm. "It's quick and agile and you can throw it around at your whim," reported one tester. With a 92-millimeter-wide waist, soft flex, and a concave tip for flotation, it's somewhere between a hard-charging big-mountain ski and a pure carving ski. For a fun day spent exploring the entire resort, you can't pick a better weapon. 133/92/122; $825;

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