Salomon QST 92 Skis
- Sidecut: 130/92/113 mm at 177 cm length Turn Radius: 17 meters at 177 cm length
- Wood, metal, carbon, flax, koroyd, and basalt core materials
- Rocker/Camber/Rocker profile
- Hook Free Taper
- Ability level: Advanced skiers
The 2019 Salomon QST 92 skis are a great example of an all-mountain ski with an affinity for front side terrain. You can take them wherever you want to go, and they’ll handle it quite well, but for front side resort skiing, you’d be hard pressed to find a more versatile ski. At 92 mm underfoot, the skis are certainly wide enough to handle a good amount of snow. They also have tip rocker and taper in the tips and tails to encourage soft snow skiing. They’ll float up and over some deep stuff, no doubt. Additionally, at the end of the day when the snow is all crudded up, the QST 92 will plow through and over that stuff too. There’s really no limit to what these skis can do, and Salomon has pulled out all the stops with its high-tech construction techniques. By utilizing carbon, wood, flax, basalt, metal, and koroyd, Salomon has incorporated a ton of different materials that add up to a great ski. The whole is definitely greater than the sum of its parts when it comes to the 2019 Salomon QST 92. In the deep snow, the hook free taper allows the skier to dictate the turn shape and duration depending on conditions and terrain. As a result, you can handle a lot of different types of snow qualities and depths. It’s this kind of versatility that puts the QST 92 on another level than its competition. The 2019 Salomon QST 92 skis are the ultimate tool for front side versatility.