If the last few winters have taught you anything, it's that it can't be a powder day everyday. So when you need a ski that will handle variable conditions all over the mountain, turn to Salomon's QST 92 Ski to take care of your day-to-day needs. With a 92mm waist width, this all-mountain slayer cuts crud and chop so you can make the most of any condition, and its All-Terrain Rocker 2. 0 profile lives up to its all-terrain status with camber underfoot to ensure excellent edge grip on firm snow and a rockered tip that navigates the occasional soft stuff with ease.Salomon's Spaceframe 3. 0 AMB construction starts with an inverted 3D wood core that filters vibration for optimized stability when you're speeding down the mountain. The CFX carbon superfiber laminate and Koroyd honeycomb tip also increases dampening, while the power platform underfoot enhances edging on hardpack. No matter what you're riding, the ski's full sidewalls ensures a stable turning feel and durable construction.
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