For the 2021/2022 season Scott has debuted a completely reworked Pure ski. The only thing that’s the same as the earlier model is the name. There’s actually a full Pure line in the works, but the flagship is already out: the Pure Pro 109 Ti, a performance-focused freeride platform designed in collaboration with Jérémie Heitz.
The Pure Pro 109 Ti will joined next season by the rest of the Pure family, a collection of eight skis with waist widths running from 77mm on the Pure Piste 77 Ti to 115mm on the Pure Pow 115 Ti. For now, we’ll keep the focus on the Pure Pro, Jérémie Heitz’s weapon of choice.
Scott Pure Pro 109 Ti
Lengths: 182, 192
Radius: 21m (182), 23m (192)
Weight: 1850g/ski (182)
Price: €700 on SCOTT-SPORTS.COM
Pure Freeride Sidecut: New sidecut profile features a shorter radius in the front of the ski and a longer radius underfoot
Titanal Reinforcement: A titanal layer paired with carbon fibers lend the ski a harmonic flex, excellent power transfer and stability
Dual Paulownia Beech Wood Core: Wood core from tip to tail for a more consistent flex