Scott P3

Scott P3
Category: Park & Pipe
Level: Advanced
Brand: Scott
Modelyear: 2010
Measure (Tip/Waist/Tail): 114/78/103 mm Turning radius: 12.80 m (158 cm)
Sizes: 158,168,178,184 cm
(Official information from Scott)


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Clayton
Clayton (Guest)
10/12/2018
Strenghts:
Solid on groomers at high speed

Weaknesses:
Straight high speed stability

Summary:
Great all mountain and park ski! Great for riders that are 6 foot + and 210 lbs.

Model year: 2014
Riding style: Piste / powder / park
Length on the ski: 168 cm
Riders weight: 100 kg
Riders length: 168 cm

Brendan Mulhern
Brendan Mulhern (Guest)
16/06/2011
Strenghts:
is pretty stiff, so great for carving and hitting decently sized jumpes. holds up real well under pressure, but is still playfull enough to butter and fool around on.

Weaknesses:
doesnt float in powder very well, then again probably not what these skis are for. switching riding with these is pretty good with the identical tip and tail shape, but is pretty easy to catch an edge riding switch with these.

Summary:
great ski for park, groomers and all around goin big. holds its own in bumps and steep terrain, though not for skiing powder.

Riding style: park - rugged terrain (thick glades, lotta drops)
Length on the ski: 168 cm
Riders weight: 63 kg
Riders length: 171 cm

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/-\\N l) R 3 W (Guest)
15/03/2008
Strenghts:
-highly shaped side-wall
-tight 17m turn radius
-steep tips
-dual-radius design
-soft tip construction with alot of stiffness as well
-pipe performance comparable to that of Armada's Pipe Cleaners, while being buttery enough for peak park performance.
-highly tuned center mount
-crazy pop
-Perfect stability

Weaknesses:
-heavier ski
-very basic graphic design
-top deck is easy to scratch
-low all-mountain performace (park ski)

Summary:
The 2007 Scott P3 is definately a intermediate-expert ski. It is the ideal ski for destroying the park while maintaining peak stiffness and stability for big and small jumps. The P3's have alot of shape in the tips and tails. Riding switch is just as easy, if not easier, than riding straight. Choice for ski intructors or the skier who wants total control. Urban performance is also wonderful, these skis have a very durable base which, I found, could take one day of straight rails and boxes without the dire need for stone-grinding, like the Line Invader. With all the stability and pop these skis provide, it'll take some adjusting to. Although once you get used to them, there is no jump big enough. And you could definately attain 19 or 20 feet in the superpipe then land with that nice loud 'snap'. Do not expect great performance in the pow with these, however. If you want a good pow ski, move on to Armada JP vs. Julian, Salomon Teneighty Gun, Atomic Triple, Line Prophet 100, etc. Park skiing simply doesn't get much better than this.

Model year: 2007
Riding style: Park, Urban, Race

Backiis
06/04/2010
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Strenghts:
poppy!, nice, stabli, wonderful skiing

Weaknesses:
maybe harder than most jibb skiing? powder?

Summary:
just went with them four maybe you like it strong! happy to know that I bought them :)

buy buy purchase

Riding style: Park
Length on the ski: 178 cm

Maximilliam
31/03/2010
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Strenghts:
p3 is a hard poppy ski good jibs

works well on the hope of rails! damn alround
because of its hardness it makes it stable that its short turning radius makes forgiveness: D does not say you are not, but you learn to be the right skier to swing it

+ it's fat nice !!!

Weaknesses:
not the world's best puderskida maybe

Summary:
scott p3 178 takes a day to chill around, drive some piss jibbs, carva a little, bump on the rails to maybe chillaxa a bit on the jump.

Riding style: all

gustavhedin
20/01/2010
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Strenghts:
nice motive! it's really easy!

Weaknesses:
Not so soft though ...

Summary:
A really good park ski! You do not get tired of the subject!

Riding style: Park, Pillows!
Length on the ski: 158 cm
Riders weight: 52 kg
Riders length: 160 cm

Eclips
18/02/2008
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Strenghts:
tightly stiff in piste and legally soft in the park, in other words, sick comfortable layers and in the offpiste they work brilliantly.

Weaknesses:
As said, they are easily scratched, but it is a proof that they are hard used;)

Summary:
the best all-round ski in the market at a very good price

Model year: 2006
Length on the ski: 178 cm
Riders weight: 80 kg
Riders length: 191 cm

Madman
Madman (Guest)
28/01/2008
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Strenghts:
Exactly hardness, not too soft in the piste and not too hard in the park.
Easily handled in both the park and the piste.
Stabila, both on the ground and in the air.
Can press the piste if desired.
Works in pillows.
Nice, do not cleanse too excessively.

Weaknesses:
They are quite easy to scratch on the top, but nothing that affects the ski.

Summary:
A gritty allround ski !! One of the best layers in the market when it comes to managing the most.

Model year: 2006
Riding style: 60% Park and 40% Piste
Length on the ski: 178 cm
Riders weight: 64 kg
Riders length: 177 cm

Pudermasen
11/12/2007
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Strenghts:
- Keeping the top class in piste until the move begins to approach what one gets in a "wall".
-Get some real pillows last season and they can handle it gallant. As long as the rider shows that it is he who decides!
-Have never been a jibbfreak but these skis were tempted to test the limits (which was not much for my part)
-The best ski I was able to switch on

Weaknesses:
I went my longest skiing season ever last year (about 35 ski days) The weather and conditions were everything from sloppy blow to wonderful fallen pads. However, I never had to test "bottomless" pillows, so do not tell me if they work there.

The only negative is if there are too many cheeky Germans in the elevator queue, as there are quite a few small marks on the top of the skis when others steal on them.

Summary:
Take the cabin up to the top to find a coolest line on the rocks and steers where you want. Then drag in to the piste and add some nice carvings to finally go in among the other jibs and put a clean 720. The only tools you need are these skis!

Model year: 2007
Riding style: Pist-Powder Park does what you want
Length on the ski: 184 cm
Riders weight: 75 kg
Riders length: 190 cm

face-plant
07/03/2007
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Strenghts:
+ awesome looking
+ lättcarvade
+ NEVER flirted how fast I have left
+ scott
+ follows good connections to (scott s10)
+ works to offpist (at least for me that is easy)
+ not too hard not too soft
+ the top page scarcely scratches anything
+ Steel edges are durable
+ Giant stable

Weaknesses:
The tip and tail do not stand up so much (mostly for those looking to look nice in the elevator queue) but it does not affect the ride.

Summary:
best ski i went on! works everywhere and no major weaknesses. do not hesitate, it's a really cruel skiing !!!

Model year: 2007
Riding style: everywhere you can come!
Length on the ski: 168 cm
Riders weight: 48 kg
Riders length: 170 cm