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The Scott Reverse is aimed at advanced to expert skiers who want a versatile ski that can tackle anything in their path. It scored very highly on our 2014 ski test in Austria and it’s one our favourites.

Level
Expert
Terrain
All Mountain
Best for
True all-mountain skiing with ease and style
Price
£500
lengths
155, 166, 176, 184
Park
9
Off-piste
8
Low speed
9
Value
8
On-piste
8
High speed
8
Overall Score
9

The Scott Reverse is aimed at advanced to expert skiers who want a versatile ski that can tackle anything in their path. Agile, nimble yet powerful – it combines some of the elements of a freeride ski and a piste ski and somehow manages to have it all with little compromise.

Its 89cm waist means that you’ll get great edge grip and a real carve turn on groomed slopes, but move into the choppy stuff and it feels even better.

This is a great all round ski that is perfect for off-piste and makes smooth turns on hard pack too. We didn’t imagine it would be much good in bumps, but we were proved wrong, as the Reverse proved fast turning and agile in moguls too.

For an all mountain experience that fulfils most skier’s needs, the Reverse is hard to beat. Any limitations? Not many, but you wouldn’t expect it to keep up with a pedigree big mountain ski in the deep stuff.