Salomon Quest 98 Skis (Men's)

Salomon Quest 98 Skis (Men's) -

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Rocker/Camber Hybrid: Uses rocker in certain zones of the ski, typically the tip, tail, or both. Great, versatile choice, offering good grip on hardpack, some float in soft snow, and easy turn initiation and transitions.

90-99: Powder-specific; not much carving

Style: 367127

The Salomon Quest 98 Skis can slay the frontside and the back bowls with equal ease. This all-mountain/powder ski is lightweight thanks to a Full Woodcore and Honeycomb Tip. The hook-free tapered tip reduces unwanted tip catch when you are waist deep in light powder. A Semi-Sandwich Sidewall improves the edge grip and maneuverability, while the Utility Rocker design offers exceptional float. The Quest 98's are versatile enough to handle it all.


  • Design: All-Mountain/Powder
  • Ski Dimensions: 134-97-120mm
  • Turn Radius: 19.2m (size 180)
  • Camber: Rocker tip & tail/low camber under foot
  • Bindings: Bindings not included


  • Utility Rocker early-rise tip and tail improves float
  • Low camber under foot for grip on frontside terrain
  • Fiber reinforcement along edges for better grip and vibration absorption
  • Semi-Sandwich Sidewall increases grip and encourages easy turns
  • Full wood core for stability, rebound, and lively feel
  • Hook-free tapered tip design reduces catching in powder
  • Honeycomb tip reduces weight and tip flap
  • Thicker edges for improved durability
  • Rubber Pulse Pad in key zones for smooth, damp ride

Questions and Answers

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"I recently bought this ski, which bindings do you recommended? My weight is 70 kg."
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Question by william denham on 12/7/2015 - 6:40 pm
"We would recommend the Salomon Z 12 bindings."
Answer by Kacy (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/17/2015 - 12:26 pm
"I'm thinking about getting a pair of these or Quest 105 but am unsure about length. I'm 6'1" and 190lb. Ski mainly in Japan on blacks and a lot of side country. Competent but not aggressive skier and turning 50 this year. Not sure if I should go for the 180 or 188. Have tried the 180 and it didn't feel too short."
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Question by Dan on 2/8/2016 - 5:42 pm
"Based on the information you have provided we would recommend the 188, but if you have already enjoyed riding the 180s they would no doubt be a great choice also."
Answer by Kyle (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/9/2016 - 10:59 am

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