A friendly, relaxing, sporty ski for all-day skiing. Compared to the SC 74, the SC 77 is wider and therefore
it is more capable of handling poorer downhill conditions. Also ideal for chopped powder in the afternoons.
In terms of design, the SC 77 is similar to the PC 77, but it doesn’t contain any Titanal. Removing the Titanal sheets has resulted in a ski of the same dimensions and proportions, with a very similar hardness, but with a more pleasant behaviour, making it fit for a very wide range of skiers.
While the SC 77 does not require so much physical effort, it’s still very accurate, stable and obedient. This versatile ski can handle any speed, whether the ride is based on skidded or carved turns and whether one rides on a groomed slope or through soft terrain after a night’s snowfall – simply a great all-around ski.
How they ride:
“For a direct comparison, I tested the SC 77 skis on the same day as their Titanal version PC 77, I switched between them several times and while at first I didn’t spot any remarkably big difference, on the afternoon chopped up slope I discovered that the SC 77 was notably calmer than its Titanal version PC 77, it wasn’t so aggressive, and the ride was more relaxing and less physically demanding. To me, a distinctive feature of this ski was its great willingness to turn – basically wherever I looked, the ski would instantly go.” (Milan Luštinec (1966), SC 77 170 cm)
87° from side
0,5° from the bottom
Mounting point for optional mounting of the binding
(measured from the heel):
156 cm – 66,5 cm
163 cm – 69,5 cm
170 cm – 72,5 cm
177 cm – 75,5 cm