When you wake up to six inches of fresh and the upper mountain has been on wind-hold for two days, grab the Salomon QST 106 Skis and pilfer the goods with ease. Elongated twin rocker in the tip and tail make for a dreamy feel in deep pow and let you arc turns with reckless abandon in even the mankiest of conditions. And when things get firm, you'll be rolling over turns with confidence thanks to the Ti Power Platform and strategically-placed CFX Superfiber. Your days of stressing over which ski to take on a given day are long gone; with the QST 106, you've got a beast that will charge in any type of snow, on any part of the mountain. Saddle up and ride.
Twin Rocker – Long, medium height rocker profile at the tip and tail enables easy pivoting with maximum floatation and maneuverability in powder. The ski retains a long contact zone on edge with camber in the middle of the ski for stability and edge grip.
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