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Leave your signature in the untracked snow.

Take the Salomon Men’s Quest 10 Boot and your backcountry gear with you when you head out your the resort gates. Salomon’s new Ride and Hike technology lets you easily switch from walk to ski mode in a cinch without compromising performance.

  • When in walk mode, the boot�s upper cuff separates from the lower part of the boot, allowing you to hike comfortably
  • When clicked into ski mode, the boot�s upper cuff locks into the lower shell for maximum performance on the downhill
  • A 110 flex index provides the power and performance desired when you want to Mach down the hill
  • A thermoformable liner conforms to your foot for a comfortable custom fit
  • Biovent technology in the liners wicks moisture away and allows your feet to breathe and stay warm
  • Heel and toe pads may be replaced when they begin to wear out

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How do you mold the liners that come with...

How do you mold the liners that come with the quest 10? I would guess an experienced boot fitter would be helpful in doing this but is it easy to do at home?

Responded on

Hey Eric,

You cannot do them at home, or at least I wouldn't recommend it. Any shop that sells Salomon boots should have the liner ovens and would be able to help you out. I have seen a couple instances of toasted liners and a mess in someones oven, not good.

I would hate to spend the $500 bucks on a pair of boots and save $20 bucks by ruining them in my kitchen.

Hope this helps,
Nick

4 5

Great Buy

Came exactly as described and fits great, it's really improved downhill control for me.

I fit perfectly into the Salomon Falcon...

I fit perfectly into the Salomon Falcon CS boot size 26. Will this boot fit me the same? I don't have the ability to try them on before buying.

I ask because people seem to be saying that this boot has a wide base, but my feet aren't very wide.

Thanks,
Brandon

Responded on

Length wise the fit will be the same. However this boot is built on a wider last, than the falcon so there will be a little more room in terms of width. I would highly recommend doing some research on the salomon quest before you buy it. It is a very dangerous boot and risky investment. If you enjoy skiing, I would avoid it.

Thanks for the replies guys!

The boot...

Thanks for the replies guys!

The boot feelt great when I tried it on, seems to work for my size and foot shape.

I have been doing some research, I have concerns about the Quest 10 being limited in the touring realm because of the recent recall of the touring inserts. Majority of use will be alpine with some BC. Looking to have a single boot quiver.

What are your experiences with the boot while touring? Have any of you had any issues while using the boot in the touring configuration? What compatible touring inserts/ pads and bindings are you using for touring?

Responded on

Hi Drew, I've been using the quest12 quite a bit for touring, about 50/50 (resort/bc), and I find them pretty wonderful. The inserts you're talking about were in soles that looked like the ones on the quest pro:
http://www.backcountry.com/salomon-quest-pro-pebax-boot-mens
The difference was the other ones had a metal insert in the toe which was for use with a Dynafit binding, the recall involved the metal insert and have been removed from the sole. The soles pictured here on the Quest10 are for more all around use and have never had any problems that I'm aware of. They will work with any AT or alpine binding (non-dynafit), I've used them in Dukes and Trekkers/Sth16 and they are great... really enjoying the weight savings over my Ghosts. I've found the walk to be really good. the wide buckle is easy to grab and flip up or down. It's the only boot I've owned with a walk mode so I don't know how that compares with other boots, but I sure enjoy it!

5 5

Best boot I have owned!

Have had these for a few months, and they are super comfy, super stable once you lock the ski mode, and fit all the bindings I own (Freeride +s, Mojo 12s, Look PX12, etc.). The footbed is roomy, and they vent very well, thus keeping the feet warm and dry, even when I skied in -20C weather at Sunshine (Banff area) a few weeks ago. The 110 stiffness is perfect for aggressive descents. The 3-buckle system with fat velcro strap really lock you in...Won't need another boot for a very long time!

Looking for comparison between the Salomon...

Looking for comparison between the Salomon quest 10 vs impact 8/10. Using Salomon enduro ski. Mostly Quebec and Ontario skiing but want to get out west as much as possible for some backcountry. Any pointers?!?!

Responded on

I can't remember the exact width of the Impact last but I think it is similar to the quest, ie pretty wide. So I think you'll find the fit and flex to be very similar. Hope that helps!

Responded on

They both fit fairly wide and roomy. I too was deciding between the Impact 8 CS and the Quest 10. Fit was very similar, but the Impact 8 CS gives you the option of increasing the last through the heat moldable CS material. I tour 50% of the time, so I went with the Quest 10 for the lighter weight, walk mode, and replaceable soles.

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Thanks for the replies guys!

The boot feels great when I have tried it on.

I have been doing some research, I have concerns about the Quest 10 being limited in the touring realm because of the recent recall of the touring inserts.

What are your experiences with the boot while touring? Have any of you had any issues while using the boot in the touring configuration?