Salomon Q-98

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Like a hief in the night you make your morning ascent in the smooth, quick Salomon Q-98 Ski, and by the time the crack-of-noon club shows up you've laid perfect tracks side-by-side all over the best aspect. It's partly due to your hardcore skills, but your ski's light weight and versatility made you faster and stronger, no doubt about it. This lively semi-cap ski sheds weight everywhere it can, with a honeycomb tip, edgeless extremities, and tapered shape. It find stability elsewhere, in an early rise tail, full wood core, and half-sandwich construction. The mid-fat waist is helped by a fat, rockered tip when the snow is soft and deep; and the moderate sidecut gives you quick-turning power when you get down to the treeline. In other words, this board does it all with speedy efficiency, even the climb.

- Backcountry.com

Unrivaled directional versatility for the adventure skier, Q-98 is stable yet playful, with semi sandwich construction and Utility Rocker. The Q-98 will give you the stability and reliability you need through a variety of snow conditions. From icy groomers to deep pow, the Q-98 won t leave you behind. Available now at Second Ascent!Specs: Dimensions 172cm: Tip-131mm, Waist-96mm, Tail-117mmDimensions 180cm: Tip-134mm, Waist-97mm, Tail-120mmMeasured Weight: 172cm: 7lbs 13oz (3.54kg)Measured Weight: 180cm: 8lbs 4oz (3.74kg)Features:Full WoodcoreSemi SandwichPulse PadHoney Comb TipHook Free TaperWide EdgesTotal Edge ReinforcementGentile Rise TipUtility RockerCarve Zone

- Second Ascent

Salomon Q-98

previously retailed for:
$324.32 - $498.95

The Salomon Q-98 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 16, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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