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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: Wide - ideal for big mountain, off-trail and deep powder

Wide - ideal for big mountain, off-trail and deep powder

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 106 makes an excellent and very versatile ski for the advanced to expert skier that never knows where the day will head for them on the mountain. The 106mm waist floats in deep snow, feels very nimble through the trees, and can carve any turn shape you want to do on a groomer. A Hook Free Taper prevents your tips and tails from getting hooked up in the deep snow. A Koroyd Insert in the tip and tail increase the maneuverability and playfulness of the ski by lowering the swingweight and pulling extra weight away from the extremities. A Ti Power Platform adds extra retention for the binding screws, with a little extra power in the mid-body of the ski. Salomon's CFX Superfiber keeps the ski amazingly lightweight, but strong and powerful. The beauty of the QST 106 is the fact that you can ski it full throttle, but you can finesse the ski around the mountain as well in any type of snow condition with ease.


  • Spaceframe Woodcore
  • CFX Superfiber
  • Koroyd Tip and Tail
  • Hook Free Taper
  • Twin Rocker
  • Recommended Bindings: Salomon Warden 13, Salomon STH2 WTR 13, Marker Griffon, Tyrolia Attack 13, Look SPX 12
  • Recommended Brake Size: 110-120mm
  • 1900g/Per Ski (@181cm)


Skill Range: Advanced-Pro

 

Specifications
Ski Gear Intended Use All Mountain Tip/Waist/Tail Widths 140/106/126 (@181cm) Tail Profile Flared
Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length 20.0m (@181cm) Construction Type Sidewall Core Material Wood
Metal Layer None Warranty One Year Skill Range Advanced - Pro
Model Year 2018 Model Number L39863300174 Product ID 446412
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Male 75yrs, 5'11 195 Looked for a ski I could ski in the 3-6 inch powder days we get here a lot in the Inland PNW. The QST met this very well and I was surprised with it's dampness, ability on groomers and versatility off piste either in...Read More
 
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I have been fortunate enough to spend quite a few days on the QST 106 already in conditions ranging from ice to powder, at resorts with as little as 220 vert and as much as 3000. To date I have yet to find a single thing this ski does not ...Read More
 
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Q: 5'9" 190 lb somewhat aggressive tele skier looking for a backcountry ski that has more float than my 97mm waisted ski. Are yhe 181 or 188s a better length for the qst 106? Thanks!
Asked : Feb 20, 2018
By : Zak, La grande, oregon
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A: At your weight and ability I would recommend the 181cm for a tele set up.
Answered : Feb 21, 2018
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Looking for recommendation on QST 106 versus 99 for all-mountain west ski, a "one ski quiver," for 2 weeks at Big Sky each year late March. I am 58, 5'9", 185 pounds, skiing for 45 years. I am an advanced, not quite expert skier. Maybe 40-50% of time is on groomed, but like to play at the edges where the snow is a little more messed up. Remaining time is spent more off-piste--ungroomed, trees, etc. I have demo-ed the QST 99 (181 cm) and liked them a lot. QST 106 has also been suggested to me, but I have not tried them. I don't want a powder ski, but a rather a "do everything/all conditions" ski, without losing too much groomed snow performance. I will add that off-piste are not my strongest skills, and I look to improve those.
Asked : Jan 25, 2018
By : Craig, Pittsburgh, PA
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A: Based on what you are looking for I would steer you more towards the QST 106 at 181cm. The wider footprint will give you more control and stability without too much of a compromise to the groomers. The radius between the two is very close. The 106 is a great ski on the groomers too.
Answered : Jan 25, 2018
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Hi I am 5/10 220 lbs what length do I need and what width brake for these skis
Asked : Dec 30, 2017
By : Teddyc, Corpus christi
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A: Based on your weight I would recommend the 188cm. A perfect brake width would be 110-115mm for the 106 waist.
Answered : Jan 02, 2018
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Hello, I'm hesatating on the 106 length. I'm 6 ft 180 lbs aggrassive on the slopes. Playfull skier in the powder. I like short turns, deep powder and extreme carving.
Asked : Dec 26, 2017
By : Laurens, Alps
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A: Based on your weight and terrain selection I would recommend the 181cm for you.
Answered : Dec 27, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Hi - I'm looking for a one ski quiver. I enjoy off-piste and steep/deep but love to carve on the groomers. I'm 6'1' and 190 lbs and an aggressive skier. Any suggestions on length. And would the 106 be the right width? I ski out West in Tahoe, Mammoth and Utah.
Asked : Dec 11, 2017
By : Kirk, San Francisco
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Q: what size marker griffon 13ID Binding (110 or 120) for the solomon QST 106, length 181
Asked : Dec 05, 2017
By : mike, San Francisco
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A: The 110mm will be the optimal fit.
Answered : Dec 05, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Hi, I am an advanced skier, 6 feet tall and 170 lbs. Will use it as en everyday ski in all kind of conditions, from concrete snow that we have a lot here in sweden to soft deep snow both in trees and open fields, will also use it for touring with tech bindings. Would you recomend 106 or 99 and in waht length? I am afraid that I will loose stability and floatation with 181 and afraid that I will loose quickness and maneuverability between the trees with 188.
Asked : Nov 12, 2017
By : Leo, Sweden
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A: Based on your weight and intended use I would recommend the 181cm QST 106 for you. The 106 is impressively quick on the groomers and wide enough for you to ride the deep stuff. I would only recommend the 188cm for your weight if you are a VERY AGGRESSIVE skier.
Answered : Nov 13, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Hello, I have never tested these skis but the ski profile is extremely appealing. Wondering what length I should go between 181 and 188. I used to ski a pair of Moment Governor 186 and loved it (until I lost a ski). I am an expert and aggressive skier, like to take on cliffs while maintaining finesse turns, and plan to use it 50/50 with Marker Kingpins. I am 5'10'', 180lbs and ski mostly in Japan. Thank you in advanced!
Asked : Sep 26, 2017
By : Kris, Sydney, Australia
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A: Based on your weight and aggressiveness you should be riding on the 188cm for the maximum stability and flotation.
Answered : Sep 27, 2017
By : Adam, United States
Q: Hi, I am an expert skier 5'6" and weighing around 150 lbs. I do quite a bit of touring and off piste with groomers inbetween. Passion is charging it in the pow though so want the 106 but not sure on length. 167 seems to make sense. What do you think?
Asked : Sep 16, 2017
By : james, United Kingdom
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A: If nearly all of your skiing is off piste, I would suggest the 174cm for added flotation and stability. The only reason to go shorter would be for a tighter turning radius on the groomers or a lighter weight ski for touring.
Answered : Sep 18, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I'm an advanced eastern skier looking at the 106 as a go to pow day ski. I'm 5'7" 155-160lbs. I'm not super aggressive but I'm no slouch either. Looking for a playful yet solid ski. Normally 174 would be perfect but with this as a powder ski I'm wondering if I should go with the 181.
Asked : May 21, 2017
By : Andrey, United States
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A: If you are not super aggressive the 174cm will be the optimal size for your weight and location. The shorter size also has a slightly tighter turning radius that will be beneficial for you in tight Back East trees.
Answered : May 22, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
 

 

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