Specs

  • Price: £360 without a binding
  • Sidecut (mm): 128 - 92 - 111
  • Radius: 16m (161cm)
  • Lengths (cm): 153, 161, 169
  • Weight: 1,460g (161cm)

Construction

  • Sidewall: Full sidewall
  • Core: Carbon, flax & woodcore with honeycomb tip
  • Profile: Tip & tail rocker

Ability level

Green is the ability level this ski suits:

Beginner

Lower Intermediate

Upper Intermediate

Lower Advanced

Upper Advanced

Lower Expert

Upper Expert

They Say

The QST Lux 92 blends terrain adaptation, energy and a smooth ride. Built on a spaceframe construction with full woodcore, it balances piste power and soft snow flotation.

We say

The overall feeling from the team was that the new QST Lux gave a fantastic performance for its price. The shape and construction creates a ski which is fun and exciting to ski, feeling really strong and stable on the piste while also being fun and easy to smear in the powder. As is pretty standard with all Salomons, it’s an easy ski to use, feeling like any level of skier can jump on it and immediately feel comfortable. The upside of the narrower platform of 92mm it feels pretty reactive in short turns on hardpack, but the downside is that some skiers will feel they need more instant float in the powder.</p>

Strengths

Great fun, playful, adaptable. Great value.

Weaknesses

<p>Some skiers will want more width for freeride.</p>

Testers comments

Great ski, stiff enough to give you a good reaction, but light enough to play around on. (Tess Swallow)

The ski holds the piste well and produces lively turns, however it also comes alive off-piste. (Lynn Mill)