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For those about to charge Skiers out there who spend 50% or more of their days skiing on lift accessed terrain should take a long look at the Salomon Quest lineup of boots. While these boots may not win awards for low weight or range of cuff motion, they do tour well and absolutely crush on the way down. Plus, a customizable shell and heat moldable liner will give skiers an excellent fit no matter where they ski. The Salomon Quest Max 130 is the stiffest of Salomon's crossover boots. Twin frame technology helps achieve the robust stiffness without compromising comfort or ease of putting the boot on or taking it off. At the ankle, an oversized 24mm pivot reduces play between the upper and lower while achieving improved power transfer. For backcountry days, the Salomon Quest Max 130 has you covered. A magnesium backbone and 3 magnesium buckles keep the weight down without sacrificing performance. Optional Tech compatible soles are also available if you choose to use a Tech binding down the road. Features & Benefits a 98-104mm last (after shell mold). a Extended rubber sole. a Bi-injected polyurenthane construction. a My Customer Fit Race liner.
The Salomon Quest Max 130 Alpine Touring Boot is no soft taco. This boot means business, just like you do when you're in the backcountry. You like to climb high and get the goods, but that doesn't mean you're a pushover on the downhill. This boot has a burly 130 flex index for big, strong skiers who crush lesser boots. This boot uses TwinFrame technology and a customizable 360-degree PU shell for strength and flex right where you need it. This smart design keeps the weight down for agile uphill hikes. An oversized pivot distributes the pressure from edge to edge and toe to heel over your fat pow skis for optimal performance. The My CustomFit Race liner is thermomoldable and delivers allover power, comfort, and efficiency, and 98-millimeter last keeps the fit precise. A waterproof gusset adds comfy protection, and a wide power strap adds support and security. Hike and Ride technology features a magnesium Backbone that locks you down for screaming descents and lets loose for mobile hikes. An extended rubber sole gives you grip when boot-packing. This is the stiffest boot in the Salomon Quest Max series.