Salomon's QST 118 Ski has a quest for powder, and no ice, crud, or variable snow can stand its way. It might be the widest QST in Salomon's freeride collection, but the Twin Rocker profile enhances variability when you have to work to find those soft stashes of snow. There's plenty of rocker in the tip and tail to provide a surfy feel whenever you find powder, but Salomon added a secret helping of camber underfoot to help you edge through groomers and firmer snow while you search for softer snow. Salomon started constructing the QST with an inverted, internally-milled, 3D wood core encapsulated in carbon flax and a Titanal insert. Carbon stiffens the ski up without weighing it down, while the Titanal insert increases the ski's edge-to-edge speed. Koroyd honeycomb covers the tip and tail to maintain stiffness at less weight to dramatically decrease chatter at high speeds. There are ABS sidewalls completely covering the ski's edges for long-lasting durability, and Salomon's Pulse Pads cover the sidewalls to dampen vibrations.
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