Salomon Quest Max BC 120

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You're not the check-out-the-scenery kind of backcountry skier. You get out there to rip first tracks down steep chutes and open bowls. And you wear the Salomon Quest Max BC 120 Alpine Touring Boot, because you don't sacrifice performance for hike-ability. This lightweight 120-flex boot locks down with a magnesium Backbone for uncompromising downhill performance. The TwinFrame technology is stiff where you need it most and flexes where you require mobility, all while staying weight-conscious. The oversized pivot distributes the pressure from toe to heel and edge to edge for efficient power on fat skis. The thermoformable liner delivers optimal fit, comfort, and energy transfer. It, too, is lightweight for a quick climb. Grippy Contagrip rubber sole provides sure footing on uneven or slick terrain, essential for a backcountry boot, and interchangeable alpine pads mean the option of AT compatibility. This is the all-new backcountry freeski boot from Salomon and in a class all its own.


Strong and burly, the Salomon Quest Max BC 120 is the no-compromises boot for the dedicated alpine skier looking to expand their range into the backcountry. A freeride orientated boot with a great fit and flex, the Quest Max BC can drive the biggest skis at high speed inbounds or out. With the addition of the sole package, the Quest Max BC 120 can be setup to work in alpine bindings, frame style alpine touring bindings (Marker, Fritschi), or tech bindings (Dynafit). The Quest Max BC 120 has a heat moldable liner as well as a revolutionary heat moldable shell that can accommodate a wide range of foot shapes.

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Salomon Quest Max BC 120

previously retailed for:
$454.99 - $499.95

The Salomon Quest Max BC 120 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 9, 2014 at

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