Enjoy the time between storms, and don't get hung out to dry from a suprise dump on the Salomon QST 99 Ski. 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 that all-terrain status, with camber underfoot that ensures excellent edge grip on firm snow and a rockered tip that navigates soft stuff and provides pivoting control. Meanwhile a medium length turn radius ensures you feel confident by creating impressive stability at speed. Salomon started construction of the QST with a full length poplar core that provides a damp and consistent feel from tip to tail. Carbon stiffens the ski up without weighing it down, while a Titanal insert increases the ski's edge-to-edge speed and responsiveness. As a major change this ski now features cork in the tip and tail to dramatically decrease chatter at high speeds and add a little stability compared to previous year models. This beefed up construction with a classic shape will have you enjoying every day on the hill.
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