SCAN JR

SCAN JR Rossignol

Product description

The Scan is a lightweight all-mountain ski for beginner to intermediate junior skiers. Power Turn Rocker increases control, easing turn initiation and quickening the learning curve while progressive, size-appropriate flexes help deliver a great introductory all-mountain junior ski. The Scan is designed to help junior skiers develop solid basics and encourage them to experience the thrill of winter and skiing.
90% On-Trail / 10% Off-Trail
IB: Xelium Jr 70

Your level

Advanced skier
Usage Groomed
Advantages EvolutiveFunManeuverability

Technologies

  • POWER TURN ROCKER
    POWER TURN ROCKER - Rossignol

    This ski has high traditional camber for 90% of its length, delivering power as well as excellent snowfeel and grip on the piste. A slight rocker over the remaining 10%, at the tip, makes turn initiation easier and more controllable. Piste - Precision - Grip - Power - Speed - Acceleration.

  • CAP
    CAP - Rossignol

    Skis of this construction are easy to ski, with a fluid ride and excellent durability. Skis are stronger with ROSSITOP. Maneuverability, Comfort, Ease.

  • EASYDRIVE SIDECUT
    EASYDRIVE SIDECUT - Rossignol

    A softer sidecut for more flow. Maneuverability, safety and comfort

  • XELIUM
    XELIUM - Rossignol

    The new XELIUM system is 700 g lighter than a conventional binding: allowing skiers of both sexes to progress in complete safety with a high performance system, without being penalized by the weight of bindings. The XELIUM system won the Eco Responsibility Award at ISPO 2012: its environmental footprint is greatly reduced (35% lower) compared with the life cycle impact of a traditional binding. Mounting and adjusting these bindings is "tool free".

Specs

Reference RACJY01
Size Available 130 - 140 - 150
Weight 1.8 kg
Sidecut 107-67-94
Ski Radius 10.2 m (130)
Profile
Rocker height LOW
Structure CAP
Material
Core COMPOSITE CORE
Bindings
System XELIUM JR

Recommended package

Choose your size

Ski selection, both model and length, always will be a very personal and subjective decision.  When making your length decision, we have found the following factors should be taken into consideration.

Optimal ski length is typically determined by the following order: weight, ability, height, and aggressiveness.  Less aggressive advancing skiers should error on the shorter size, while more aggressive and accomplished skiers may choose to move up a size.

See all the size chart for each ski model here

 

 

Debutant/Beginner

Intermediaire/Intermediate

Confirme/Confirmed

Expert

PISTE

(Pursuit / Unique)

Your height - 10 cm

Your height - 7 cm

Your height - 5 cm

Your height

ALL MOUNTAIN

(Experience / Temptation)

Your height - 10 cm

Your height - 5 cm

Your height

Your height + 5 cm

FREERIDE

(7 Series)

Your height - 5 cm

Your height

Your height

Your height + 5 cm

FREESTYLE

(S Series)

Your height - 10 cm

Your height - 7 cm

Your height - 7 cm

Your height - 5 cm