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New for the 2015-16 winter season, the Scott Cascade brings ski touring and big mountain freeride together in style as we discovered during our on snow ski test.

Level
Expert
Best for
Expert freeride skiers who want a light, powerful touring ski
Price
£450
lengths
173,183,189
Bindings?
No
Versatility
8
Up-hill
9
Value
8
Downhill
9
Performance
9
Overall Score
9
If you’re a backcountry Mens highly ratedfreeride skier and want a lightweight, powerful, agile and responsive ski that’s pure fun to ride, then the Cascade 110 is it.

Scott have taken their successful Punisher model and re-designed it as a lighter weight touring ski. Light and strong with twin rocker and full side wall construction, you have a serious ski for going up and down the very biggest mountains.

A 95mm version might suit more traditional ski tourers, but the 110 is light enough for the uphill and is fun, fast and powerful downhill. Does it feel like a touring ski? No – that’s why it’s so good.