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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 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
Metal Layer None Warranty One Year Skill Range Advanced Intermediate - Expert
Model Year 2018 Model Number L39863200174 Product ID 446415
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I was able to demo this ski from the Powder House at Alta, Being from VT I was a little skeptical on how this ski would ride on the groomers, since this is one of the few days that it did not snow last season. I found it incredibly stable...Read More
 
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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...Read More
 
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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 ...Read More
 
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Q: Interested in the QST 92 or 99 - I'm a 61 yr old strong intermediate skier at 6'6', 260 lbs and looking for an all mountain ski - which model and size do you recommend? Moving to Big Sky next season!!
Asked : Mar 22, 2018
By : Corky, Glenmont, NY
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A: Based on your weight, ability and location I would recommend the 188 QST 99 for you. It's a perfect Big Sky ski, been there several times.
Answered : Mar 22, 2018
By : Adam, United States
Q: Looking for a versatile all-mountain ski that will stand up in powder and also do well on groomers. Recently back into skiing after a 10 year hiatus. Live and ski in Colorado. 6'0" 170 lbs and consider myself an intermediate/advanced skier... comfortable on most groomed blues and starting to ski more and more blacks. Recently purchased a frontside set in 170 but haven't used them... Been using rental frontside 171s and they feel pretty good. What size is right for this ski?
Asked : Feb 15, 2018
By : Nate, Denver, Colorado
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A: Based on your weight and ability I would recommend the 181cm for you. If you want a versatile all-mountain ski this would be perfect.
Answered : Feb 16, 2018
By : Adam, United States
Q: Hey, I'm a strong intermediate skier and I am looking at the QST 99 for its playfulness and all mountain purpose. Being from the east coast, I still enjoy the groomers but have started jumping into the deeper stuff since I recently moved out west. I'm 5' 11", 170 lbs, stuck between the 181 and 174, any suggestions?
Asked : Jan 26, 2018
By : James, Steamboat Springs
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A: Based on your weight, ability and location I would recommend the 181cm for you.
Answered : Jan 29, 2018
By : Adam, United States
Q: Hi. Im trying to decide between the QST 92 or 99. I live in Buffalo NY and mostly ski the local spots which do get some powder after some lake effect, but mostly is groomed or crud, and make the annual trip to VT for a few days. I am an intermediate skier wanting something to continue to grow into, and was leaning towards the 99's but just wasn't sure if they will be too much of a jump as my 8 year old Elans from when i first started are only about a 70mm waist. I am 6'3 and 240lbs. Additionally given my skill set, height, and location, should i go with the 181 length or jump right up to the 188's. Thanks!
Asked : Jan 10, 2018
By : adamlew01, Buffalo
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A: Your weight suggests the 188cm, but your ability suggests the 181cm. If you are progressing quickly into more challenging terrain or are a more aggressive skier the longer length would be better for you. If you are less aggressive and primarily skiing groomed blues, I suggest the 181cm.
Answered : Jan 10, 2018
By : Adam, United States
Q: Hi. I'm a skier from New England deciding between this ski and the Volkl 90Eight. Any thoughts on major differences between the two skis? Thanks!
Asked : Jan 08, 2018
By : skier, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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A: The QST 99 is a fantastic all around ski. While it has a playful all mountain vibe the CFX and metal in the ski mean it grips and rips on firm snow. Knowing you are often (not right now) dealing with firm and groomed snow this is a huge benefit. The Volkl 90Eight is also has a playful all mountain vibe, but is definitely geared more towards soft and variable snow. Between the two for East Coast I would lean QST 99.
Answered : Jan 08, 2018
By : Thom
Q: Hello! I'm stuck between the QST 99 and 106. I'm an advanced skier and spend most of my time in steep chop and powder but like to rip up a groomer or two. I ski Mammoth and Tahoe mostly. I'm 32 years old, 6'2” and 175lbs, I also prefer a shorter ski. Thanks for your help!
Asked : Dec 30, 2017
By : Danadane, San Diego, CA
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A: Based on your preferred terrain and location, I would recommend the 181cm QST 106 for you.
Answered : Jan 02, 2018
By : Adam, United States
Q: Hi. I'm a snowboarder that's learning/ improving to ski inbounds to be better in the backcountry. I'd say I'm an intermediate level skier happy down any run in the mountains in the Canadian Rockies (Lake Louise which can get hard and icy) and trips to Revelstoke (soft snow Mecca) but tend to slow it down on hard snow and icy moguls. Parallel carving turns on blues and skidded when it steepens up or gets bumpy. I like exploring more than ripping groomers so speed is not a motivator but keeping the knees in one piece is. Hence I'm looking for a resort setup for inbound skiing having to ride a 5050 mix of groomers and backside for skills improvement. I'm debating the QST 99 or enforcer 100 or K2 pinnacle 95.
Asked : Dec 30, 2017
By : Taco, Calgary
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A: All three skis will be great for the conditions that you are looking for. The QST does not have a metal laminate in the construction; so many people find it more forgiving on their knees without any sacrifice to performance.
Answered : Jan 02, 2018
By : Adam, United States
Q: I am 58, 5'9", 186 pounds, live in PA. Looking at QST99 for an all-mountain west ski, specifically for a couple of weeks at Big Sky each year late March. I rate myself advanced, been skiing 47 years. Skiing in-bounds only. I tend to ski fast, confidently, and aggressively on groomed, where I spend maybe 50% of time. I am spending increasing time off-piste. There--and in things like trees, big moguls, very steep, lots of powder--I am not as confident/aggressive. I am looking to improve in those areas. Thinking of the QST99 in 181cm. Is that the right length? I demoed 181cm last season, and liked it. But did not demo the 188, which one salesperson suggested to me. I am not looking for a powder ski, so am not considering the QST 106
Asked : Dec 20, 2017
By : Craig, Pittsburgh, PA
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A: Based on your weight, ability and terrain choices I would suggest the QST 99 at 181cm for you. Big Sky is the best in late March, been there several times that time of the season.
Answered : Dec 21, 2017
By : Adam, United States
Q: I am an New England Skier who is an intermediate to advance skier, love hitting up the glades and plan a few trip out west each year to get into some powder and bigger bowls. Are the QST 99's a good ski for my style and I am 6'2" and 210 pounds, Which length should i be getting
Asked : Dec 18, 2017
By : SFeltmate, South Salem
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A: For your terrain choices this would be a perfect ride. I would recommend the 181cm if you are not very aggressive and the 188cm if you are very aggressive.
Answered : Dec 18, 2017
By : Adam, United States
Q: Hi, I'm a very advanced or expert skier and I like skiing aggressive. I'm 5'8'' and 140 lbs. I don't know if I can take de qst 99 in 188 for more stability or if it is too long for me. I hate skiing with too short skis and I'm scared that the 174 is not aggressive and too short because of the rocker. If there is some powder I go off-piste skiing otherwise I like going at full speed on piste. Can you help me to choose between 174 or 188? Thanks!
Asked : Dec 11, 2017
By : SIro, geneva
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A: Based on your weight I would recommend the 174cm, but if you are very aggressive who spends plenty of time off piste in the powder I would recommend the 181cm for you.
Answered : Dec 12, 2017
By : Adam, United States
 

 

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