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Salomon Quest-115 (2014)




Official Selection



Stability At Speed: 
3.29 / 5
3.43 / 5
Hard Snow Performance: 
2.80 / 5
Crud Performance: 
3.39 / 5
3.17 / 5
3.59 / 5
3.56 / 5
2.86 / 5
3.26 / 5





LENGTHS168, 178, 188

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While not the beefiest board, the new Q-115 won’t wuss out if you ramp up the RPMs. Testers loved its natural and predictable turn shape, its supportive tail, and its stable, long-radius turns on groomed snow. “This ski loves to find the stashes,” said one tester, recalling the Q-115’s flotacious, deep-snow qualities. Consistent, approachable, and oh, so easy to maneuver in powder, this ski is nothing but good times when the mountain has a fresh coat of white. What more could you want?

Skiing's Notes:
The Q-115 offers the fattest waist of Salomon's new Quest line, and like all Quests it's designed to blend the best attributes of "progressive" design (looseness, maneuverability) with more traditional directional stability (stiff tail, positive edge-engagement). Salomon's Utility Rocker combines floaty, shock-absorbing tip rocker (and a touch of easy-release tail rocker) with reassuring, carve-friendly camber under and behind the foot (in all about 65 percent of the ski's length). Hook Free Taper in both the tip and tail brings the widest points of the ski closer to the foot for a looser, smearier feel that's never hooky in soft snow and crud. Salomon also works to consolidate the ski's mass closer to the foot by incorporating lightweight honeycomb and ABS plastic structures into the tip and tail to reduce swing weight and enhance maneuverability and quickness. It's a metal-free, full wood-core Salomon Monocoque (structural cap) construction built for medium-stout edginess and soft-snow-loving liveliness. Extra-wide edges withstand off-trail abuse. Fans of the French brand will notice that Salomon significantly consolidates its line for 2013-14, eliminating redundant models (including several BBRs and the narrower Rocker/Rockettes) and focusing on two key freeskiing lines, Rocker2 and the new Quest family. While the Rocker2 skis (widths of 108 to 122 mm) still offer a more newschool, looser, twin-tip type of performance, the Quest series (88 to 115 mm) offers a more directional, secure, carve-ready performance. Meanwhile, the hard-snow/carve-oriented Enduro line, a tester favorite for frontside applications, returns with East- and groomer-friendly 80 and 85 mm waists.