The Salomon Quest Pro Pebax Ski Boots bring you the optimal combination of performance, all-mountain access and on-piste performance from Salomon s own magnesium Backbone technology. This AT boot brings the best of both worlds into a powerful and lightweight boot.
Polylight cuff is lightweight plastic that combines solid skiability with high resistance to the harmful effects of UVA rays.
Waterproof Gusset is a PVC piece between the lower shell’s overlap and the forefoot hood, sealing out snow and water.
Pebax Lower Shell makes the construction of the boot as light as possible.
Touring Pads are made of well-known Salomon Contragrip rubber offers secure traction on snow, rocks, ice, ladder bars, etc.
3 Light Micro Alu buckles are shaped with minimal material.
Quicklace lining places your foot in the boot with pressure distributed homogenously for great driving precision, guaranteeing a exceptional, comfortable foothold without having to slam the shell too hard.
The ultralight thermoformable liner is made mainly with EVA form to save weight up to 40% compared to an alpine liner. The liner is the combination of a touring liner for weight and the full customization to the foot, and traditional alpine liner construction under the foot for support.
Heel cushioning system is a shock absorbing sole for impacts and jumps.
Compatible with all safety touring bindings on the market.
Ride and Hike Technology is a patented system by Salomon combining the Backbone release with a specific V-cut shape on the back of the lower shell. It allows wide rear cuff opening when hiking and true alpine forward flex when skiing down because the backside of the backbone fits precisely into the V-cut lower shell.
Double dismantable canting enables cuff alignment to the skier’s lower leg shape. This dismantable feature offers better adaptation and allows bootfitters to easily work on the cuff.
A 110 flex provides power, precision, and control for intermediate to advanced skiers that push their equipment to the limit.
A 100mm last is wide enough to be comfortable on the way up, but narrow enough to maintain precision on the way down.