Scott Dozer Skis

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2012 Scott Dozer – The Ultimate One Ski Quiver. At 90mm underfoot and with a ton of high-performance design features, the Scott Dozer one of the most versatile skis made this season.

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2012 Scott Dozer

Ever dream of one ski that you ride in the park, in pow, on groomers, and even hit a rail in town…well Scott Skis hit the mark this year with the Dozer. The fundamental design feature of the Dozer is versatility. At 90mm underfoot, the Dozer is built to handle every variety of snow conditions (except the epic Alaska heli-trip you’ve been dreaming of) and still has a high-performance feel with easy turn initiation, agile responsiveness, and bomber edge hold. Scott designers gave the Dozer the edge hold of a world cup race ski by using the strong and energetic SSCL Triax construction for the core, consisting of a wood core laminated with fiberglass and full sidewalls. The Dozer has a nearly symmetrical sidecut that is legit for stomping almost any switch landing, plus with Scott’s Progressive 3D Sidecut you don’t sacrifice any responsiveness or carving ability. Best of all, on a pow day The Dozer’s Twin Tip Rocker technology keeps you floating and smearing, with a playful 30mm tip and 20mm tail.


  • Dimensions:  131/98/127mm @ 175cm
  • Tip and Tail Rocker
  • Very Versitile

Additional Info

Additional Info

Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price $700.00
Season 2012
Available Ski Sizes 165cm, 175cm, 185cm
Dimensions 131/98/127mm @ 175cm
Turn Radius 15.7m @ 175cm
Profile Rocker-Camber-Rocker
Tip & Tail Twin-Tip
Tail Type Twin-Tip
Construction Sidewall
Core Wood
Base Sintered
Weight 12 lbs @ 185
Recommended Brake Size 100mm
Warranty 1 Year


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