Salomon QST 99


Men's Freeride
Price: £445.00
Off piste long turns:
Off piste short turns:
On piste:
Ease of use:
Ability Level Lower Advanced Lower Expert Upper Advanced Upper Expert Upper Intermediate
Sidecut 138-99-120
Turn radius 19.4m (181cm)
Lengths 167, 174, 181,188
Construction Sidewall
Basalt, carbon, flax, titanium & wood core with honeycomb tip
Tip & tail rocker
Strengths Great all round ski, could definitely be a one ski quiver
Weaknesses The extra strength makes it stronger for grip but less playful than last year’s model

They say

Get ready to charge with the QST 99. Laps in the back bowl powder, climbing a ridgeline or flying down your favourite runs in resort, the QST 99 has it all covered.

We say

Compared to last year’s QST the new beefier construction makes itself felt, it feels very strong and has high levels of grip through all turn shapes. It’s stable at speed and generally feels like a really capable all rounder, it has the ability to be easy to use in powder while retaining good grip and solidity on the hardpack. Because of it’s width and profile it doesn’t have the instant float through the shovel that a lot off the fatter skis we tested have in deep powder, but it’s still playful and easy enough to be great fun

Tester Comments

Pete Davison
Not overly stiff so can be skied easily at all speeds
John Taylor
Not overly stiff so can be skied easily at all speeds