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Salomon Q-96 Lumen Womens Skis

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Overview

Best Use: All Mountain Wide skis are one-quiver for on/off-trail

All Mountain Wide skis are one-quiver for on/off-trail

Width: Medium - ideal for all-mountain, off-trail versatility

Medium - ideal for all-mountain, off-trail versatility

Flex: Stiff - advanced to experts who want power and control

Stiff - advanced to experts who want power and control

Rocker Profile: Rocker/Camber/Rocker skis for versatile all-mountain

Rocker/Camber/Rocker skis for versatile all-mountain

 

The Salomon Q-96 Lumen will light up your skiing if you are a strong intermediate to expert skier that will spend more than half of your time off trail seeking out fresh snow, poking around in the woods, and make other skiers hoot at you from the chairlift. The Lumen is very light, and agile due to the Honeycomb Tip and Hook Free Taper. Salomon's Honeycomb Tip lowers the swingweight by pulling heavier material away from the tips and tails to give you better floatation, and reducing the amount of inertia it takes to steer the ski, and make it easier to control, especially in tight spots. The Lumen has a Hook Free Taper that will allow the ski to not get caught up when things are really light and really deep. Not just for off trail skiing the Lumen has a Semi Sandwich Construction that will give you edge hold by having a sidewall underfoot, and a Monocoque Cap Construction in the tips and tails that increase the maneuverability, and reduce the overall weight of the ski. The Full Wood Core of the Lumen is very stable at high speeds, and will charge through variable snow conditions with ease. Salomon's Utility Rocker will keep you on top of the snow, absorb negative vibrations, and initiate turns easier for you easier on piste. If you want a ski that will give you great flotation in deep snow, and tackle any day on the mountain except for bullet proof ice, shine a light on the Salomon Q-96 Lumen!


  • Honeycomb Tip
  • Hook Free Taper
  • Semi Sandwich Construction
  • Utility Rocker
  • Full Wood Core
  • 1510g/Per Ski (@162cm)


Skill Range: AdvancedIntermediate-Expert

 

Specifications
Ski Gear Intended Use  All Mountain Tip/Waist/Tail Widths  128/95/114 (@162cm) Tail Profile  Flared
Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length  18.4m (@162cm) Construction Type  Cap/Sidewall Core Material  Wood
Metal Layer  None Warranty  One Year Skill Range  AdvancedIntermediate-Expert
Model Year  2016 Model Number  L37680900154 Product ID  397499
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2016 Salomon Q-96 Lumen Ski Review by Annie.
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Hi, I'm Annie and I just rode the Salomon Lumen. It's a lot underfoot. I'm going to give it a 3 out of 5. It was a stable ski. For the person that does like to have a nice wide ski, it's a great price-point. It just has a little bit of work...Read More
 
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2016 Salomon Q-96 Lumen Ski Review by Monica.
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Hi, I'm Monica and I just got off the Salomon Lumen. This is a intermediate to expert ski. It's an all-mountain ski. I give it a 4 out of 5. It's very versatile. It does want powder. It does well in powder. On grooms, it does chatter a bit....Read More
 
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2016 Salomon Q-96 Lumen Ski Review by Linda.
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Hi, I'm Linda. I just finished skiing the Salomon Q96 Lumen. I give it a 3 out of 5 stars. It's an intermediate ski for all-mountain but I think the conditions are limited to some nice soft fluffy snow. The harder conditions we have today, ...Read More
 
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Q: I am interested in buying these boards, I want to buy the binding. You deliver them mounted? The fixations salomon Z12 TI, are recommended? Thank you for your comments regards
Asked : Dec 19, 2016
By : emiliano, Los Angeles
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A: We can only install bindings if boots are purchased with the skis and boots. The actual boot that is going into the bindings is required for proper installation, adjustment and release testing. Please understand that this is for the safety of the user. The Z12 Ti with a 100mm brake is a great option as a binding for this ski.
Answered : Dec 19, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I'm 5 ft 3" and ski somewhere between average and aggressive. Trying to decide between 154 and the 162 length. If I choose average on the ski finder, it says to go with the 154. If I choose aggressive, it says the 162. What are the pros and cons of going with the longer ski?
Asked : Dec 21, 2015
By : Allison, SAN FRANCISCO
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A: Going with a longer ski will offer you more float and stability in all of the powder that Tahoe is getting right now. A shorter ski will be easier to maneuver, and make tighter turns especially in the trees since the shorter ski will have a smaller radius. Assuming that you are height/weight proportionate I would encourage you to get the 154.
Answered : Dec 21, 2015
By : Adam, Midwest
 
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