Salomon Sentinel


Men's Freeride
Price: £450.00
Ability Level Lower Advanced Lower Expert Upper Advanced Upper Expert
Sidecut 129-95-121
Turn radius 21.1 (184)
Lengths 170, 177, 184, 191
Construction Sandwich sidewalls
Full Woodcore
All terrain rocker
Strengths Loads of grip, feels very secure at speed. Rock solid in all conditions.
Weaknesses Harder work at slower speeds and shorter turns

They say

We say

The Sentinel uses sandwich sidewalls and a full wood core to deliver full performance in mixed conditions. It looks like a fat friendly powder ski, but don’t be fooled! The Sentinel absolutely loves to go fast, feeling immensely stable and having surprisingly high levels of edge grip for a wide ski. For blasting through crud and chopped up snow the Sentinel has few rivals. On the piste it still retains that fast grippy character and works well. At slower speeds it can be harder work, feeling quite heavy with the high level of grip making it harder to adjust. However, skiers who are fast, aggressive and capable will love this ski.

Tester Comments

Al Morgan
Traditionally shaped ski that goes well at speed
Roddy Willis
Like a wide GS ski, very stable off piste, lots of grip on the piste