Salomon QST 99 Ski

Salomon QST 99 Ski
Salomon QST 99 Ski
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QST 99 Ski by Salomon
Your search for the ideal one-ski quiver ends at Salomon's QST 99 Ski, an all-mountain slayer that skis freshies and hardpack with equal prowess. With a 99mm waist, this ski rides morning pow, afternoon chop, and a little icy delight for evening desert. Its All-Terrain Rocker 2. 0 profile lives up to its all-terrain status, with a camber underfoot that ensures excellent edge grip on firm snow and a rockered tip that navigates soft stuff with ease.Salomon's Spaceframe 3. 0 AMB construction starts with an inverted 3D wood core that filters vibration and 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 your edging on hardpack. No matter what you're riding, the ski's sandwich construction with 360-degree sidewalls increases increase durability and drive powder to the edges for a stable, powerful feel.

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