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Salomon QST 99 Skis 2017

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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 QST 99 is a perfect ski for strong intermediate to expert skiers that never know where the adventure on the mountain will lead them. Salomon's new CFX Superfiber Construction delivers a very light on your feet feeling that makes the QST 99 feel very agile, stable at fast speeds, and power underfoot for ripping up the firm snow. The All-Terrain 2.0 Rocker Profile will help keep you on top of the fresh snow, ease your turn initiation, and exit. A Koroyd insert in the tip lowers the swingweight for easier maneuvering in tight trees, a steep chute, or anywhere on the mountain. A Hook Free Taper in the tips and tails prevents the ski from getting caught up when the snow is really deep. The 99mm waist can power through nasty crud, float in the fresh, and is in the top of its class when you want to charge down some groomers at top speed.


  • CFX Superfiber
  • Koroyd Tip
  • All-Terrain Rocker 2.0
  • Hook Free Taper
  • Ti Power Platform
  • 1825g/Per Ski (@181cm)
  • Recommended Bindings: Salomon Warden 13, Salomon STH2 WTR 13, Marker Griffon, Tyrolia Attack 13, Look SPX 12
  • Recommended Brake Size:100-115mm


Skill Range: AdvancedIntermediate-Expert

 

Specifications
Ski Gear Intended Use All Mountain Bindings Included No Tip/Waist/Tail Widths 138/99/120 (@181cm)
Tail Profile Flared Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length 19.4m (@181cm) Construction Type Sidewall
Core Material Wood Used No Metal Layer None
Warranty One Year Skill Range AdvancedIntermediate-Expert Model Year 2017
Model Number L39863200174 Product ID 446415   
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From : Big Sky Montana
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PROS :
  • Light
  • Stable at speed
  • Fun
  • Super easy to turn in Pow
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  • Only ski you need out west

5.0
Finally a ski I can ride anywhere!!
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I ski 30+ days per year at Big Sky in Montana, a huge and diverse mountain for sure. Deciding what to leave the house riding on was always a compromise. With the QST99 I feel confident to go up top or rip groomers in equal measure. Super light and nimble in powder and chater free when laying down tracks on the groomed.
 
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  • Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
 
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Hi I'm Steve and I just got off the Salomon QST 99. I give this ski 5 out of 5 stars. This ski is great all over the mountain, you want to carve long, fast turns it will do it for you. You want to make quick, short turns and move around the mountain, it does that well, as well. It does really well on the groomed runs, bites into the ice pretty well and is just a great all-around ski. 5 out of 5 stars.
 
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Hi I'm Brooks, I just rode the Salomon QST 99. Great ski, I give it a 4 out of 5 stars. All-mountain, go anywhere ski really made for your advanced-intermediate all the way through advanced skier. Awesome grip hold, holds an edge real nice take it anywhere. 4 out of 5 stars.
 
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Hi I'm Adam and I was just skiing on the new Salomon QST 99. I give this ski 5 out of 5 stars. The whole QST series has really, really impressed me. I've been lucky enough to ski it in about 8 or 10 different snow conditions; powder, crud, ice, firm snow, chopped up snow, bumps, groomers. Everyone of these skis skis fantastic. The coride tip makes it a really, really easy to maneuver ski. It keeps it nice and stable at high speeds you can rip long turns, short turns, medium turns. It responds well to everything. This is really fastly becoming one of the best and well-rounded series of skis. 5 out of 5.
 
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Hi I'm Thom, I just got off the Salomon QST 99. 5 out of 5 stars here. This thing is exactly what an all-mountain ski should be. It's definitely geared for your high-level intermediate up through your expert level skier, but it is one ski that can literally do anything. This waist footprint, it still RAILS carves, gets up on the edge, turns, holds and just shreds; but it's definitely wide enough that crud, bumps, powder it's going to handle everything. Loose enough in the tail that you can smear it and slide it around, but it's got that tenacious hold that when you get it up on to edge it just rips turns. Just a super super fun ski for anything you want to do. 5 out of 5 stars.
 
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Q: Trying to decide between the QST 99 and 106. Why is the 99 an Intermediate-advanced and the 106 an advanced-expert? Also can i use this ski for alpine touring?
Asked : Mar 21, 2017
By : Andy, Seattle, WA
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A:The 106 is classified as more of an advanced-expert ski because that type of skier will most likely be spending more time off of the groomers. While not specifically an AT ski, the lightweight construction and shape will be great outside the ropes.
Answered : Mar 22, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Hi! Interested in getting these skis for an upcoming off piste course. I ski pretty well down any piste, and am starting to explore off piste. Would call myself advanced skier, with much to learn in the powder... Height is 1.79m (5'10) and weight is 77 kg (170 lbs). According to your guide, the suggested length would be 176 cm, so which would be best for me: 174 (closest) or 181 (more float + room to advance)? Also, what type of binding do you recommend? Is the Salomon Warden MNC 13 suitable for off piste as well as the pistes? Thanks in advance for your advice!
Asked : Mar 04, 2017
By : Damien, Amsterdam, Netherlands
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A:If you are looking to improve your powder performance a wider, longer ski is a great way to do so. If you are a more aggressive skier the 181cm would be the optimal size for you. If you are not very aggressive the 174cm would be the optimal size for you. You need to consider your aggressiveness. The Warden MNC 13 with a 100mm brake would be the perfect binding paring with this ski, and what you are looking to do with it.
Answered : Mar 06, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I am 59 and 190 lbs. I ski some out west but mostly in the Northeast. I'm an advanced skier but not very skilled in the moguls. Also, I do tend to stay on-piste and out of the woods. But, I like all snow conditions, which you can frequently encounter on a single run in the northeast!! I am currently on an old Head all-mountain ski, the LC 260, which I'd like to replace. The QST 99 sounds like a terrific ski. But, could you tell me the difference between that and the QST 92 and which would be more appropriate for me?
Asked : Feb 17, 2017
By : Correctamundo, New York, NY
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A:Based on your weight, ability and the places you ski I would recommend the QST 99 for its highly versatile shape. The 99 is a touch stiffer than the 92 for better edge grip when things get firm Back East and wider so you have a better ski when in snows when you travel West.
Answered : Feb 20, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I mainly ski the Northeast (NJ, PA, VT) terrain. I am an intermediate quickly becoming intermediate/advanced. I mainly ski the frontside but I would like start exploring other terrain. I am 5'7", 195lbs. Would you recommend the 99s and what size?
Asked : Feb 06, 2017
By : DJ, Chatham, NJ
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A:The QST 99 will be a good option for you to start heading into the ungroomed terrain without losing too much on the frontside of the mountain. Based on your weight and ability the 181cm will be the optimal size for you.
Answered : Feb 07, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: What bindings would you recommend for this ski? I'd like to go with the Look Pivot for max saftey but at 95mm and 115mm widths, it seems either too narrow or too wide for this ski. The other option I had in mind was the Marker Griffon which has a 110mm binding. Could I make one of the Pivots work? Open to any recommendations.
Asked : Jan 16, 2017
By : Eric, United States
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A:If you are looking for max safety you should take a look at a Knee Binding. A 110mm Brake is available in both the Carbon and the Shadow. You can also use the Pivot with a 115mm brake. The general guideline is to select a brake width equal to or greater than the waist width of your ski. The 115mm is slightly big, but many people use a 115mm brake on a 99mm waist ski.
Answered : Jan 17, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I am intermediate-advanced, 52 years old, relatively strong / athletic - 5'11, 185 pounds. I'm starting to spend more time off the groomers, on to the off-trail stuff (and loving it)... haven't learned / done powder yet, and no plans for near future. Wondering what you'd advise between the QST92's and the QST99's, as I like making lots of turns when I'm off trail so the "softness" of the 92's look more appropriate and I might have more "fun", but the reviews suggest the 99's look like something more to grow into...
Asked : Jan 09, 2017
By : Kevin, San Rafael, CA
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A:It never hurts to get the next step up in a ski. The QST 99 will only give you more confidence and stability as you explore new terrain. Based on your weight and where you want to ski, I recommend the 181cm.
Answered : Jan 10, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Hi, I'm 5'8" 160Ib's and think of myself as advanced intermediate, like to ski in all sorts of conditions. Do you think these are good skis for my stature and abilities?
Asked : Dec 27, 2016
By : tom, Colorado
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A:The QST 99 is a great option based on what you have said. These skis are very comfortable in all conditions. At 99mm underfoot they are wide enough for all but deep deep powder days and narrow enough to be nimble and carve well on hardpacked snow. As an advanced intermediate skier this will be relaxed enough for you to be instantly comfortable on them and allow you to progress as quickly as you want. At your height and weight the 174cm length would be ideal, but if you prefer higher speeds and want something that has additional stability the 181cm would not be too long.
Answered : Dec 28, 2016
By : Thom
Q: Do you think the QST 99 or 92 is a better fit? - I'm buying skis for my dad. He's 76 years old, Advanced skier (maybe getting more cautious as the years go by?), he goes after powder when there is some (2 runs then it gets pretty skied out), and then likes the chop, groomers, crud, etc. He wants "skis that ski themselves." He's on an outdated pair of skis that is around 85-90 underfoot. He's 6 feet tall, 175 pounds. He wants one all around, all mountain ski. Do you think the QST 99 or 92 is a better fit?
Asked : Dec 16, 2016
By : Nic, Truckee, CA
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A:By the sounds of it the QST 99 in a 181cm would be the best option for him. The wider footprint would be less fatiguing in deep or challenging snow conditions.
Answered : Dec 19, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Hi, i'm 5'11" 210lb i'd rate myself as advanced beginner, what size would be good for me? thank you.
Asked : Dec 13, 2016
By : levbuy, ny,ny
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A:If you are an advanced beginner, I would suggest stepping it down to the QST 92, or maybe even the QST 85. Based on your weight and ability the 177cm in either of those options would be a better choice. The QST 99 is a pretty ripping ski, not the most suitable for beginners.
Answered : Dec 14, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Hi. I'm 6''1' and 212lbs and I'd rate myself as an Adv. Int. looking to improve up to an advanced level, looking to take this ski all over the mountain. What size would be good for me?
Asked : Nov 27, 2016
By : Jake, Seattle, WA
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A:Based on your weight and ability the 181cm will be the optimal size for you.
Answered : Nov 28, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
 
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