2020 Scott Speedguide 89 Skis

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Scott Speedguide 89 Skis

The Scott Speedguide 89 skis are light, light, and light. These things are built for uphill speed but they don't sacrifice downhill performance. In the mid-range of the Speedguide line, the 89 has a fair amount of versatility built in while remaining incredibly agile for uphill skiing. Thanks to the wood core, you still get a decent amount of snap and pop for the descent, but since the wood is incredibly light, it doesn't keep you weighed down for the uphills. Ski touring and backcountry adventures can certainly be challenging, so it's best if you're gear reflects the needs of those challenges. The skis have to be light enough so as to not tire yourself out on the climb while remaining stable enough to allow you to enjoy the ski down. It's all about balance with stuff like this and it shows up nicely with the Scott Speedguide 89 skis. As the name implies, the guide aspect is a nice one. Professional ski guides looking for something that will help them in all facets of the business will love the competent nature of the skis while maintaining all the capabilities and stability necessary for amazing ski adventures. Built with a bit of tip rocker for flotation and a cork inlay to dampen vibrations, the Scott Speedguide 89 skis have a couple of really nice features for a ski that's primarily built for uphill speed. Advanced ski tourers and backcountry aficionados will love the lightweight performance of the Scott Speedguide 89 skis.


  • Sidecut: 124/89/113 mm
  • Turn Radius: 19 Meters
  • Weight: 1170 Grams per ski
  • Wood Core
  • Cork Inlay
  • Carbon Stringers
  • Tip Rocker
  • Skin Fixation System
  • Ability Level: Advanced Skiers
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