2023 Stockli Laser SC Skis w/ SRT 12 Bindings

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Stockli Laser SC Skis w/ SRT 12 Binding

For skiers that want a robust, reliable and dynamic ski, the Stockli Laser SC offers the quickness, power and precision of a true slalom ski just on a slightly more forgiving platform. A full wood core gets enhanced by two sheets of Titanal which feature a cut-out in the tip and tail of the ski. This helps provide easier turn initiation and control over the ski for an effortless carving experience. At 72 millimeters underfoot, this is certainly on the narrow side of things, perfect for frontside carving, but it is wider than a true race build, so it will handle a bit of chop and variable snow a bit better than a dedicated slalom race ski would in comparison. A slight bit of rocker in the tip of the ski allows for smooth entry into the turn and will provide more forgiveness to the ski, which most of us need anyway. Stockli uses their Full Edge Contact construction in the Laser SC which provides maximum effective edge through a carve for precision and stability and gives you the feeling of a true tip to tail carve. A medium-short radius allows you to make quick, dynamic turns but also allows for stability on longer arcs at high speeds as well. Aggressive skiers looking for a recreational carving ski that doesn't take quite the effort required by a race ski will love the precision and stability of the Stockli Laser SC.


  • Sidecut: 123/72/104
  • Radius: 14.9 at 170 centimeters
  • Core: Full wood core
  • Titanal Laminates
  • Torsion Racing Technology
  • Size Optimized Construction
  • Full Edge Contact
  • Full Sidewall Construction
  • Solid Metal Edge
  • Ability Level: Advanced to expert skiers
2023 Stockli Laser SC Skis w/ SRT 12 Bindings

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Good day, compared to the previous model what are the elements that justify a new purchase? I understand that it is a simpler ski but is it just as powerful? Thank you
Question by: Maurizio Pol on Dec 20, 2021, 5:11 AM
Hi Maurizio-

The main difference between the two is the 22 model has less torsional stiffness than the 21 model and allows the ski to be a bit more approachable and user friendly, especially in turn initiation. All Stockli skis are extremely powerful, precise and offer unmatched edge grip and dampness. The newer model is plenty powerful and offers a nice smooth yet stiff flex.

Hope this helps and happy holidays.

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Dec 20, 2021, 2:26 PM
will you get any more stock of longer size this season? i’d like to buy a 177. thanks!
Question by: Michael Orecchio on Feb 17, 2022, 5:52 AM
HI Michael!
We'll not see any more of the 177's this year. Wish we were!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Feb 17, 2022, 4:33 PM

I would like to thank you for all your efforts to provide all these information.

I am looking to buy a new ski, considering I am expert/ex racer, 46 years old 5.7 and 220 lbs ( and quite physically unfit) , and ski mostly on piste( muggles ),
I am looking at Stockli laser either sc or cx and Volkl deacon v.wrecks.
I would appreciate you help or suggestion on this issue.

All the best
Question by: hooman on Mar 4, 2022, 1:53 PM
HI Hooman!
If you like the feeling of the narrower race ski, I'd lean to the SC of Stockli. For a wider choice that's got more of a GS ski feel, the V.Werks is fantastic. The CX has never really caught my eye, especially when against the SC or Deacon. If you're mainly on-piste, I'd go SC. Have fun!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Mar 7, 2022, 11:09 AM

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