Scott Luna Women’s Skis – 2014/2015 Review

September 15, 2014
Scott Luna Women’s Skis – 2014/2015
GEAR INSTITUTE RATINGS
75
Responsiveness
7
Float
6
Stability
6
Carving
6
Value
5

The Good

  • Easy swing weight
  • Best for smaller women
  • 2 sheets of Titanal increase stability

The Bad

  • Not very lively or playful
  • Bigger, aggressive skiers will over ski it
THE VERDICT

Scott's Luna is best served as an East Coast lift-served ski for smaller skiers who like to carve stable turns on the groomed and in the crud.

ITEM DESCRIPTION

Scott's Luna is an all-mountain women's ski most appropriate for smaller skis who like hardpack and crud.

FULL REVIEW

The Scott Luna’s easy swingweight, along with the stability provided by two sheets of Titanal, make it a reliable, steady turning ski that is good on groomed runs and also accurate and powerful in the crud. Lighter skiers found they could load up and charge on this ski, without feeling as if they had exceeded the speed limit. Tip rocker also increases its ability to float.

The two biggest drawbacks to the ski are its length and width. Bigger, more aggressive skiers felt as if it was easy to overturn, or lacked confidence in deeper snow at higher speed limits. Definitely recommended more for East Coast skiers in New Hampshire and Vermont.

 


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MSRP
$900.00
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