Like you, the Salomon Women's QST Stella 106 Ski craves powder, but it can still handle its own when you're forced to ski groomers when everything's tracked out. Given its 106mm waist width, this QST undoubtedly hovers over the sweet soft stuff with ease, and a rockered tip and tail only enhances its performance down untracked goodness. Expect a playful pivot and a surf-like feel when you turn down the steep and deep.Unfortunately, all good things must end, and just like the inevitable changing of each season, a massive powder dump is bound to bring hordes of skiers, which indubitably changes the softest terrain into tracked hardpack faster than you can look up the definition for "indubitably." Fortunately for you, the QST 106 Ski still thrives on firmer snow, too, thanks to Salomon's new patented C/FX3 technology that harnesses a unique blend of carbon, basalt, and flax for an impressively damp, stable ride at speed that doesn't compromise the ski's lighter-weight, approachable nature. Koroyd honeycomb inserts at the tip also increases dampening, while a helping of Titanal adds excellent torsional stiffness and enhanced power transfer as you dance from edge to edge.
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