2022 Brockway 80

All Mountain On Trail

Best for: Groomers, Hardpack, Ice

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Pre-order: Ships by Oct. 15th

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    Phone: 231-459-4323

    Email: jeff@sccskis.com, slindenberg@sccskis.com

    Why Do I have to Wait?

    • Every pair of skis is custom built, whether you add a custom option or not, we use the exact same build process in every pair. It takes time to carefully craft each pair. We don’t cut corners, only the best - no compromises.
    • Custom skis can take time to complete artwork and design, so order early!
    • Our ski build queue is currently at our production capacity and quality takes time

    When should I expect my skis?

    • Your skis will ship based on the current Build Time/Ship By date listed on the product page.
    • Once your skis are ready to ship, we'll email you a tracking number with an estimated delivery date. Most orders ship via USPS Priority Mail.

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      Phone: 231-459-4323
      Email: jeff@sccskis.com, slindenberg@sccskis.com

    • Contact us to see what we have in stock - we often have pre-built custom skis available that are not listed online.
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      Ash/Poplar Core
      Carbon Reinforced
      17.25m @ 180cm
      Flat Tail
      Category All Mountain On Trail
      Snow Types Groomed, Hardpack, Ice
      Terrain Open Runs/Trails, Moguls

      As our narrowest unisex model, the Brockway 80 craves speed and being laid on edge. With a tight turn radius and light weight, this ski is incredibly agile and nimble, traits you’ll appreciate when linking quick turns on groomers. When the surface turns into scraped-off hardpack, the nanoMAG® Damping System provides a smooth ride, and the tenacious edge grip won’t let you down. If you want a stiff, powerful ski that can dominate any on-piste condition, the Brockway 80 is exactly what you’re looking for.


      2021 Brockway 80 - Frontside All Mountain Skis

      Length (cm) Dimensions (mm) Turning Radius (m) Mounting Setback (cm) Weight (g/ski)
      186 123-80-104 18.65 - 20 -9 1950
      180 123-80-104 17.25 - 19
      -9 1840
      174 123-80-104 16.2 - 17.8
      -9 1654
      168 123-80-104 15.1 - 16.6
      -9 1585
      162 123-80-104 14 - 15.4
      -9 1475
      • Tight radius makes for a quick, agile ski that excels at short to medium turns.
      • Flat tail with minimal rise provides pop out of turns.
      • Camber Pockets molded within the overall camber triple the turn initiation contact points for maximum edge grip on hardpack.
      • Hybrid MidLight construction combines ash and poplar hardwoods with carbon fiber and triaxial fiberglass for a smooth and stable, yet energetic ride.
      • nanoMAG® Damping System makes chatter on ice and choppy groomers a thing of the past.
      • Rounded mini-cap top edge with full-height UHMW sidewalls are bombproof and provide a sleek look.

      Carving on Brockway 80s

      Common Questions

      What length should I get?
      The Brockway 80 has an early-rise tip and a stiff flex. If you are between lengths, size up for stability at speed or size down for quicker turns. Check out our size chart for more info.

      What bindings should I get?
      You can use any binding on the Brockway 80 as long as the brake width is at least 80 mm wide. We run Marker Griffon bindings on our demo skis. Visit your local ski shop for bindings and mounting.

      What can I customize?
      Just about anything from graphics to construction!

      Build your own custom pair at www.skishaggys.com/products/custom-skis
      See all the options at www.skishaggys.com/pages/custom-skis
      Have Questions? Get a consultation

      What are Camber Pockets?
      Camber Pockets are additional small sections of camber (about 4" long and 0.030" tall) molded into the overall camber of the ski in front of and behind your midsole position. They increase contact pressure to improve grip on hardpack and ice.

      Are they tuned and waxed?
      Skis come tuned with a 1° base edge bevel and a 2° side edge bevel and a slight tip/tail detune. The skis are waxed with a universal temperature wax to get you going.

      Build Notes

      Ride Notes: Fast edge-to-edge, responsive, powerful, and stable. Quickly dives into a short-radius turn when pressured, yet holds steady when opened up.

      Design Needs: Awesome edge grip - stiff flex - snappy, energetic rebound

      Purpose: Make an all mountain ski that can be driven like a race ski, but excel in a wider variety of conditions. Radius should split the difference between a slalom and GS ski. Give the ski enough backbone so everything you put in, you get out - make it a ski to be driven!

      Spencer Lindenberg - Shaggy's Skis

      Spencer Lindenberg

      Skier Level: Advanced | Brockway 80 Length: 186cm | Height: 6'1.5"

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      Customer Reviews

      Based on 6 reviews
      Isaac M
      Height: 6'1
      Ski Length: 168
      Primary Ski Area: Midwest
      Perfect Short Radius Turns

      I should've had these for my slalom racing days haha. These skis will CARVE! It's such a joy to bounce back and forth on the hill. Thank YOU!

      Wayne S.
      Height: 6' 2"
      Ski Length: 186
      Primary Ski Area: My home hill is Chestnut Mountain in Galena IL on the bluffs above the Mississippi River
      Brockway 80 is a badass frontside ski

      I've been riding Ahmeek 105s for a couple years and absolutely love them out west or on softer midwest snow, but the hard stuff doesn't like them so I grabbed a pair of Brockway 80s. Great skis that love to run fast. I'm a big guy and got the 186 length and can crank arcs with no chatter. Love these babies.

      James Feldkamp
      Height: 5'10"
      Ski Length: 174cm
      Primary Ski Area: Michigan
      Turn on a dime, perfect for Midwest and East Coast

      Demoed for the day on Boyne Mountain the 2021 Brockway 80 (174cm) side-by-side against the Ameek 105 (180cm). Both amazing skis with different use cases. The Brockway 80 are ideal for the crusty, hardpack, icy, groomed conditions that are common in the Midwest and East Coast. These skis LOVE to turn and are incredibly responsive. They grip on any snow conditions; whether the icy moguls of Idiot's Delight, bulletproof frozen manmade crust on Superbowl, or frozen corduroy of groomed runs like Hemlock, McClouth, or FIS. They make skiing hardpack and icy conditions FUN, with complete control and lightning quick response whether skiing tight slalom or riding the rails with leaned over GS carves. No slipping and sliding across the crust to catch an edge, the Brockways catch, grab and hold an edge, and then instantly release and transition to the other edge. While they lack the width to float on powder, if frontside marked trails are where you primarily ski, and you are looking for a ski that is ultra-responsive and suited to the crusty, hardpack, and often icy conditions of the Midwest or East Coast, the Brockway 80s should be on your shortlist.

      Kevin Bronz
      Great skis!

      Got them in the Hubbel 85 as I ski mostly crap conditions. They are some of the nicest skis I've ever used. The Graphics generate a lot of compliments and inquiries.

      rico zenti
      Do you think we should turn them in?

      The fourth ski of demo day was pure white, no graphics, no details except it was the skinniest underfoot of the day. My buddy had been on the same Hubbell prototype all day exclaiming it was the best ski he ever skied. It was a spring day with high crud banks that can turn any pole plant into an ear plant for unsuspecting or veteran. From the chair it was a tuck down to crank city whereas turns became linked arcs, edge to edge in the fall line. The goal of ski snow contact was easily achieved across flats over the headwall and rollers. The initiation of turns was effortless as they were so stable cruising through the piles of crud like a coast guard ice cutter. The ski when loaded up under pressure went into the arc with a pop that released into the next turn with a slingshot of energy that kept up the warp speed. Be it a long comfortable sweep across the slope or a quick demanding swivel, this ski was as welcome treat to the feet after a season on race skis. They were simply fun to ski, yet precise, stable, reliable, energized to let one descend downhill allowing the slope beneath to massage your balanced core without distraction or distortion. If you think of a descent down as if traveling over eggshells, the goal being not to crack through any of them without a gouge, jam or jarring slam of your energy, this ski allowed me to do so.
      My buddy said "Naw! when I asked him if we should turn them in after a full afternoon of delight. I think you would find them fun to turn on!


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