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Salomon QST Lumen 99 Womens Skis 2018

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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 Lumen 99 is a ripping ski for ripping ladies who want a lightweight and stable ski that will be perfect any day on the mountain. The 99mm waist will float in all that is soft and deep, and be very nimble when you want to slice some carves on the groomers. A Koroyd Tip lowers the swingweight for easy maneuvering and eliminating tip wobble when you are really cooking down the mountain. Salomon's new CFX Superfiber Construction and Spaceframe Woodcore keeps the ski unbelievably stable, while reducing the total weight. A Hook Free Taper prevents the tips and tails from getting hooked up in the fresh snow for an excellent soft snow skiing ability. The All-Terrain Rocker profile simply makes the Lumen 99 a pleasure to ski on any mountain, any day of the week!

  • Spaceframe Woodcore
  • CFX Superfiber
  • Koroyd Tip
  • Ti Power Platform
  • All-Terrain Rocker 2.0
  • Hook Free Taper
  • 1575g/Per Ski (@167cm)
  • 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


Ski Gear Intended Use All Mountain Tip/Waist/Tail Widths 136/99/118 (@174cm) Tail Profile Flared
Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length 19.2m (@167cm) Construction Type Sidewall Core Material Wood
Metal Layer None Warranty One Year Skill Range Advanced Intermediate - Expert
Model Year 2018 Model Number L39144400159 Product ID 446426

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Hi I'm Julie, I just got off the Salomon Lumen 99. I give this ski a 4 out of 5 star rating. I thought it was a really nice ski for somebody looking to ski mostly powdered conditions. It does have full sidewall construction to it so, it doe...Read More
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Hi I'm Jess and I just got off the Salomon QST Lumen 99. I would give this ski a 4 out of 5 stars. It's an advanced level ski, and what's nice about it is even though it's got the wider underfoot of a 99, its definitely still has a great ed...Read More
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Q: I am replacing my Lumens from 2015 with new ones and the sizing is different. I was on 163 cm and now I must choose between 159 cm or 167cm. I am skiing mostly off piste and am advanced (I am 5'5 and 129 lbs skiing whistler. Any suggestions what size?
Asked : Apr 01, 2018
By : Marcy, Whistler BC
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A: This version of the Lumen has a bit less taper and rocker, along with a bit more horsepower, so they ski longer than previous versions. At your height and weight the 159cm would be the ideal length.
Answered : Apr 02, 2018
By : Thom
Q: I'm debating between the lumen 99 and the Stella 106. I ski on the west coast (Canada Bc and Alberta rockies). I always go to the back off groomed runs where I can hit as much powder as I can, but I want my skis to also handle hard packed snow/crud as sometimes we don't get a lot of snow. I'm only 5'1" and 105 lbs and an advanced skier. Would the 99 or 106 be better for me?
Asked : Oct 27, 2017
By : Bree, Canmore
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A: The 106 rides great on the groomers as well as off. If you spend most of your time in ungroomed terrain, I would recommend the 106 for you.
Answered : Oct 30, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Hi, what is the difference between the women's Lumen and the men's version? Besides the graphics. I'm 162 cm (5'4") and weigh about 55 kg (120lbs) - I consider myself a light-weight'er - would the 99mm give me enough float for deep powder days in Japan? Compared to heavier and stronger men who recommends going for skis between 105-120mm. I want to float, but not too much, if that makes sense :-)
Asked : Jul 11, 2017
By : carolineflindt, Copenhagen, Denmark
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A: For the QST series the only difference between the men's and women's skis is the graphic with no change in construction. After spending a lot of time on both the men's 99 and 106, I strongly recommend the 106 (size 159cm) with the amount of snow you will most likely be seeing. The 106 offers more maneuverability and flotation in soft snow without sacrificing much performance on firm snow as long as you ski with a shoulder width stance.
Answered : Jul 11, 2017
By : Thom
Q: Hi there. I demo-ed Volkl 90Eights today, and am excited to demo the Salomon Lumens tomorrow. I am demo-ing the 159 length, but I do like to gain speed. Today, in Volkl 156, I was in really intense conditions, but while I loved them, I felt a little slow. Is 167 too much for me if I am 5'3" & 120 pounds?
Asked : Apr 06, 2017
By : Allisong, United States
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A: I would say that the 167cm would be a bit too long for your weight. The mid to high 150cm range would be just right. It could very well have been the tune or the wax job on the demo ski that you were riding.
Answered : Apr 11, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I'm an advanced intermediate, 61-year-old, 5'6", 127lbs skiing Whistler regularly. Prefer the groomers but venture off-piste and into the bowls occasionally. Now skiing on 2013 Line Pandoras (162cm) and they're fun but want a ski with a wider turning radius. Thoughts on the Lumen 99 vs the QST Stella 106 in 159cm?
Asked : Mar 23, 2017
By : Mimi, Vancouver, BC
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A: Since you spend most of your time on the groomers I would recommend the Lumin 99 at the 159cm to be the best option for you. The wider Stella will give you better float in the bowls, but sacrifice some quickness edge to edge on the groomers. The Lumin would be more well rounded.
Answered : Mar 24, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I'm advanced IM skier in Colorado- 5'11", 160lbs- and have had difficulty finding the right skis. I have demo'd several brands, some men's as women's rarely are in stock for my height. I have Rossignol temptation 100s, 174- but are too stiff for me and causing a lot of fatigue- think they are too advanced of a ski for me. Looking for a ski good for turns on groomers, but also handles chop and powder well. Used my husband's Salomon Q98's 172 & were easier to turn but retained stiffness/snap in steep chop. Will new Salomon QST99s be similar to his? It's hard to find a ski to demo unless I go to men's lines.
Asked : Feb 27, 2017
By : Erica99, Denver
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A: The new QST line is stronger and lighter than the previous Q series. You will find them even easier to turn, yet more stable without being fatiguing. The CFX Superfiber Construction makes this all possible.
Answered : Feb 28, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I only like to own one pair of skies, am 48 years old, am an advance Intermediate skier, Like powder, but also like to do sharp turns on moguls. Will this give me the stability when making those sharp turns on moguls. And need nothing heavy with icy moguls. I am 5'3 and 151 lbs. Have been skiing for 38 years seasonally. do you think a 159 or 153 will be a good size
Asked : Feb 14, 2017
By : Nancy, Bellevue, WA
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A: Nancy, you're going to love this ski. I'm the same size as you and I got the 159. These babies are light. responsive, and fun. I find they are best doing wide fast turns on the frontside, and some not-super-deep powder everywhere else. I hit the bumps on them, and they seem to work fine there, too. (Disclosure: I don't ski the steep moguls--my knees are no longer pneumatic.) Overall a great ski!
Answered : Feb 23, 2017
By : DeeTee, Boulder CO
Q: What do you think about this ski for an AT touring set up?
Asked : Feb 12, 2017
By : olivia, Hood River
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A: This ski is pretty lightweight and very versatile. This would make a pretty solid ski for an AT set up.
Answered : Feb 13, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I'm an advanced/expert skier in Colorado. I deal with all snow conditions (tho hopefully more powder than not! :), and will ski any and all terrain, just depends on the mood/energy if I'm going to take it easy or more hard charging. Really, I just want to have fun! This seems like an incredibly versatile ski. Two questions--I'm also looking at the Gemma, but would you say the Lumen is the better choice if I'm looking for just one ski to do it all? And, if so, at 5'2'' 125lb, it seems like the 159cm is probably a slightly better choice than the 167cm for my style and size?
Asked : Jan 14, 2017
By : Laur, Denver, Colorado
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A: The Lumen is a better choice for you based on your location, frequency of snow and your ability, especially if you get off of the groomers at all. The 159cm will be the optimal size for you.
Answered : Jan 16, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest


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