If you're a frontside skier looking for a solid pair of sticks that will take you all over the mountain, from groomers to powder and back again, you've met your match with the Salomon Women's QST Lumen 99 Ski. With a versatile mid-width waist and rockered profile, they provide flotation in softer snow and intuitive maneuverability, yet still retain excellent grip when you're forced back on trail to return to the lifts. The Lumen 99 is built around a lightweight yet fun-loving poplar core, with the return of Salomon's patented C/FX3 technology, which is a prepreg fiber layer engineered from a combination of carbon, basalt, and flax that gives this ski an impressive amount of dampening and strength without packing on the weight. A Titanal insert brings excellent torsional stiffness to the table, ensuring the QST maintains a solid and stable feel whether you're laying wide-open turns down steep groomers or straightlining those blue runs.
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