2023 Salomon QST Blank Skis w/ Marker Griffon 13 ID Bindings

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Salomon QST Blank Skis with Bindings

Advanced and expert skiers looking for an athlete-driven soft-snow specialist will love the Salomon QST Blank skis with bindings. These skis are a great mix of the wide and smeary QST 118 and the more versatile QST 106. Built with the tip shape of the 106 and the tail of the 118, this Blank offers the best of both worlds in terms of true deep snow flotation and all-mountain versatility. Built with a poplar wood core, the skis have a ton of strength and energy. At their shape, they're not the lightest skis around, but the tip and tail rocker combined with the taper shape makes them easy and maneuverable, while still retaining the stability that comes along with the extra material Salomon uses for strength. As an athlete-driven ski should be, the QST Blank is best-suited for advanced and expert skiers who know how to push a ski. As a result, the skis benefit from the C/FX stringers for energy and the Cork Damplifier laminate for smoothness and a quiet ride. In addition, Salomon injects an extra layer of ABS material in the underfooted region of the ski, giving it a ton of torsional stiffness in the mid-section of the ski, creating an awesome edge grip and a confidence-inspiring ride through tough and sketchy conditions. For advanced and expert skiers who are looking for a fun, floaty, and rugged ski and binding setup for freeride versatility, look no further than the Salomon QST Blank skis with bindings.


  • Sidecut: 137/112/126 mm at 186 cm length
  • Turn Radius: 17 meters at 186 cm length
  • Weight: 2250 grams per ski at 186 cm length
  • Poplar Wood Core
  • C/FX Stringers
  • Double Sidewall
  • Cork Damplifier
  • Tip and Tail Rocker
  • Moderate Taper
  • Ability Level: Advanced and Expert Skiers

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Preferred Terrain
 All-Mountain •  Big Mountain •  Powder 

Big Mountain

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2023 Salomon QST Blank Skis w/ Marker Griffon 13 ID Bindings

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Jeff and Bob are awesome and they are my go to for any new quivers. I am a directional skier, 54 years old, 205 and like to carve, jump into crud, trees and like to drive fast. Not much into moguls and chase pow days out west. I live in Seattle so we get the heavier, wet snow. My main quiver is Black Crows Atris and ski 184 and sometimes jump on the 178. I also ski Fischer 102 at 181 and really like it. Let me know your thoughts on buying length. 178 or 186. I am leaning towards 186 due to early rock, but main thing is I still want a very playful, poppy ski like the Atris.
Question by: Paul C Rogan on Jan 21, 2022, 10:24 PM
Hi Paul,

I'll relay those kind works to Jeff and bob!

At your stats, terrain preferences and ability level and especially with the rocker profile of this ski, go 186. Good splay in the tip and tail on this one! You will love this ski in heavier, wet nd dense snow. Just plows, floats, pivots and slashes through everything!

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Jan 24, 2022, 9:58 AM
Hi I Have the sr 88 in 184 with the look pivot 15s and can’t get enough days on this set up. It continually blows my mind. Was wondering if I added this to my quiver for deeper days what length I should go with and if you recommend spending the extra $ to put looks on them? I am 6’2” 170lbs and pretty much go hard most of the day.
Question by: Neil Simon on Feb 5, 2022, 11:20 PM
Hi Neil,

At your stats, go for the 186. We would charge you the difference for the Look binding.

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Feb 8, 2022, 1:08 PM

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