Scott Luna (2013/2014) Review

October 1, 2013
Scott Luna (2013/2014)
GEAR INSTITUTE RATINGS
60
Responsiveness
5
Resort Float
3
Versatility
3
Stability
3
Dampness
2
Value
4

The Good

  • Light and easy to swing from foot to foot
  • Suitable for small, lightweight women

The Bad

  • Not a ton of pop or energy in the ski
  • Not confidence boosting at high speeds
THE VERDICT

East Coasters will love Scott’s Luna for schussing hardpack in Vermont.

ITEM DESCRIPTION

Scott’s Luna was designed for playful, mellow skiers who spend most of their time on groomed snow. At 84 millimeters underfoot, it’s capable of heading off-piste, but most suited for the frontside.

FULL REVIEW

Best suited for women dreaming of a narrow, easy-to-maneuver all-mountain ski. Intermediate to advanced skiers will be content with this one. If you’re planning to head into the back bowls or venture too far off piste, you may want to look for a wider ski.

Float
This ski is designed for hardpacked snow, but it does have a wee bit of tip rocker just in case you hit a patch of the soft stuff.

Versatility
Surprisingly fun in crud—the Luna held its own as an off-piste, all-mountain tool.

Length
The Luna comes in just two lengths—156 and 166 centimeters—but that should cover most women’s needs.

 


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MSRP
$750.00
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