2021 Salomon QST 99 Skis w/ Tyrolia Attack2 14 GW Bindings
Salomon QST 99 Skis with Bindings
The Salomon QST 99 skis with bindings are a fantastic choice for skiers who are looking for the ultimately versatile setup. Re-designed for 2021, the QST 99 killer deal is lighter, stiffer, and more maneuverable than the previous model. As a result, you're getting a strong performer this year that loves to be put to the test. From bumps and trees to steeps and powder, the Salomon QST 99 skis with bindings have a ton of strong points and not many weaknesses. At right around 100 mm underfoot, skis have a tendency to become either powder skis or all-mountain skis. The QST 99 is no exception, and this makes it a terrifically well-rounded setup. In the moguls, the skis aren't too wide that they inhibit your edge to edge quickness. In the trees, the skis are wide enough to float through the fresh snow and maneuverable enough for a good amount of swiveling. They're easy and fun to rip through the woods, thanks to the wider shovel and easier turn initiation. The tip and tail rocker keep you afloat through the crud and chop while the longer taper shape slices through fresh snow with ease. Skiers will love the newfound quickness that the skis provide as well as the balanced and versatile character. The 19.4-meter turn radius is perfect for a versatile turn shape, so carving and smearing turns is super-easy and fun. The Salomon QST 99 skis with bindings are an amazing setup for all-mountain skiers looking for the ultimate in versatility.
- Sidecut: 134/99/116 mm at 181 cm length
- Turn Radius: 19.4 meters at 181 cm length
- Weight: 1700 grams at 181 cm length
- Poplar Wood Core
- Tip and Tail Rocker
- Cork Damplifier
- Ti Power Platform
- Ability Level: Advanced Skiers
All-Mountain • Groomers • Powder
Both the 95 and the 110 are acceptable, and neither hang nor rub. Normally we'll use the 110, as the bindings tend to recommend brakes being wider than the skis. If you want one or the other specifically, please indicate so on your order. Thanks!
I'd go 181 in that ski for your stats and application. Have fun!
I think the 167 is a bit better of a choice. The 174 is likely on the long side. Have fun!
Also what color of bindings are included with this? Thanks!
I think the 174 is the way to go, especially if you're still improving and advancing. In order to keep costs down and inventory available, all of our Attack 13's are black. Have fun!
Only if you purchase another pair of bindings from us will we mount free of charge. We would simply charge you for the difference of the other binding.
The QST 99 is great one -ski quiver for the Alps or really anywhere. We like to say that 98-99 is the ultimate waist width for true all-mountain versatility so you are making the right choice here. The Griffon brake width would be 100mm for this ski.
You have these on sale the qst 99 for a great price but only at 188 length. I'm sure I'd be happy on my current skis if they were 184 is but I'm a little concerned that the 188 in the wider width might be too much for me. I'm 69 years old advanced intermediate still skiiing hard 99% on groomers what do you think? Go for the great deal or wait for something that's a little shorter.
Jumping up 10 cms would be a mistake with 99. Its more ski to handle and you will need the proper length. Wait it out.
I want one ski that can do it all (if I ever find myself in 20" plus powder I'll rent some fat boys). Currently on 2014 Blizzard Brahmas 187 (bought from you). Best ski I've ever owned, but wish they felt a bit more stable at high speed and I could turn them faster in trees and bumps. What do you think about the QST 99? Or the Volkl Kendo 88? or a different Blizzard? Or what would you recommend?
If you value stability, I'd check out the new Brahma or the Enforcer 94 if you're looking for slightly wider. The new Brahma 88 is just as stable but a bit more agile. The Enforcer has similar build qualities but more of a freeride shape. This makes it a superior mogul and tree ski without dropping too much on-trail performance. I think QST 99 will be on the softer side for what you're looking for, and the Kendo doesn't quite have the versatility of the Enforcer, although I'd put it right there with the power of the Brahma. Have fun!
Would the QST 99 be a similar ski in length and characteristics? If not, how so… and what would be a similar ski?
An SE tester favorite. The Rossy is more of a soft snow oriented ski, the QST is a do everything ski.