The Salomon Quest Max 100 Ski Boots are a medium flex freeride boot featuring Salomon s Twin Frame technology and new 360˚ Custom Shell. Hike & Ride capability lets you boot for that special line or walk from Lot E to the ticket window in comfort.
100/106 mm last Provides roominess and comfort for a narrow foot, precision fit for wider feet.
360˚ Custom Shell Salomon has widened the scope of their already successful Custom Shell heat molding process, and the moldable portion of the boot shell now extends to the instep area and rear cuff spoiler as well as the medial and lateral forefoot and midfoot.
My Custom Fit PRO Liner A 60% Thermoformable layers construction
Bi-Material PU Lower Shell A bi-injected shell combines PU with softer Polypropylene for excellent stiffness and high UVA resistance.
Bi-Material PU Upper Cuff A reinforced lateral insert at the rear of the cuff enables the use of a softer front for improved leg wrapping and progressive flex.
Hike and Ride The smooth hinging and easy to operate Hike & Ride switch employs magnesium backbone technology for rearward support and power transmission along with a progressive forward flex.
Interchangeable bi-material pads Allows the boots to work with alpine, WTR, ISO Touring Norm or Tech bindings
24 mm Oversized Pivot Salomon's Oversized Pivot gives you a more solid connection between cuff and shell for better lateral power transmission with wide skis.
Waterproof Gusset PVC piece between the lower shell's overlap & the forefoot hood, sealing out snow and water.
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Comments about Salomon Quest Max 100 Ski Boots 2014:
I have only used the boots for two days of resort skiing so far. Skied them in everything from ice to 5" of fluff and have found no drawback with there preformance so far. They are a bit stiffer than I would normally ski, but still worked perfect in the bumps.
The only thing I have noticed so far is that the hike mode does not really allow that much more flex when walking unless you loosen the buckles. Don't expect to walk or hike like a true AT or tele boot.
They also are a bit harder to put on and take off than some boots, which if fairly typical with salomon boots.