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Salomon just made the getting-into-the-backcountry process more comfortable for us women.

Women’s boots have come quite a long way, since the time that most of them had the same exact shell and liner as a dude’s ski boot. Salomon has toiled long hours to bring you the women’s-specific Quest Boot, which is designed to head into the solace of the backcountry or to pop out the resort gates for some powder and fun.

  • A lockable magnesium backbone gives you the option to put your boot in hike mood for a more comfortable feel when you tour or boot-pack up the mountain
  • Ride-and-hike technology allows for a wide rear cuff opening for an easier heel-to-toe transition when you hike and, when locked down, a true alpine forward flex when you ski
  • Lightweight back spoiler improves back support of the boot
  • My Custom Fit Comfort liner molds to your foot and ankle for a true custom fit
  • Women’s-specific cuff with lower rear support for women’s calves provides better fit and comfort
  • Biovent technology in the boot liner lets the foot breathe, so you stay dry, warm, and comfortable
  • Contagrip extended rubber sole for better traction when you hike on rocky terrain
  • Interchange the alpine touring pads when they start to wear out

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I am curious what the difference to this...

I am curious what the difference to this boot and the LIve Fit 80 by atmoic would be and if they are similar in skills and features and ability levels? I am currently between the two in making a purchase and not sure why I should get one over the other, or is really just going to come down to fit?

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Hi Beth,

Thanks for your question. When it comes to comparing the Salomon Quest Boot - Women's with the Atomic LF 80 W Ski Boot, there are definitely a few differences. The Salomon will have a bit of a more performance fit due to the more narrow last width of 101mm (area around the forefoot) and the 3 buckle design. The Atomic has only two buckles, which will help with getting the boot on and off along with a 102mm to 106mm adjustable design last.

Overall, the Salomon Quest Boot - Women's is definitely meant for more of the middle intermediate on piste and beginner touring skiing while the Atomic LF 80 W is geared more towards the upper beginner to lower intermediate on slope skiing and for people with wider feet. I hope this information helps you snag the boot that is best for you!

Unanswered Question

I am curious what the difference to this...

I am curious what the difference to this boot and the LIve Fit 80 by atmoic would be and if they are similar in skills and features and ability levels? I am currently between the two in making a purchase and not sure why I should get one over the other, or is really just going to come down to fit?

So what is the exact difference between...

So what is the exact difference between the womens quest and the womens quest 10?

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I think the only differences between the 2 boots is that the Quest 10 is slightly stiffer than this boot (100 compared to 80), and also a touch narrower (100mm compared to 101mm).

Are the salomon quest boots quest 8? What...

Are the salomon quest boots quest 8? What are your thoughts on this boot if I am not quite an intermediate skier. I am just starting to ski the easier blues. I am also looking at Devine 7 by salomon as well.

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Have you rented/owned boots that are a flex 80 or above? If so, were you able to manuveur your skis easily in the way you wanted without major discomfort in your lower back or shines? A stiffer boot on an inexperienced skiier can lead to a bad ski posture- see some youtube videos on skiiers correct body alignment, with knees just extended sit above your toes (not past-to weak of flex or behind - to stiff). If you are looking to increase your skiing ability and move up to mostly blues and such, then I would recommend a boot like this if not this boot (try it on for fit first at a local store). If you are happy with greens mostly and some easier blues, I'd say you would be fine with a more comfort boot (less flex) than this boot offers. This boot however is pretty comfortable, lightweight and has some nice women friendly features.

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Happy Days!

My husband and I want to ski in the backcountry so I got some men's Garmont boots. He loves his and thought I would love them too. While we have not yet hit the backcountry, I tested them out at Mt. Hood Meadows. They didn't work out b/c of the height and where they hit me on my calves - causing lots of pain. So, we got off the mountain at Mt. Hood Meadows and got the answer at the MHM ski hop - in the form of the Salomon Quest Boots. I wanted to make the right decision - and the fit was incredible - snug fit without binding or pain anywhere. There is a small lever in the back that you lift up to put you in walk/hike mode; then you snap the lever down and move boot forward so it locks into place and you are good to go downhill. There are several adjustments that can be made with the buckles to ensure the best, most comfortable fit. I got home and wore them - still felt good about my decision. We are going back to ski this week (week of 12/20/10) and so i will update this review after the test runs. I have not owned Salomon boots before - I have Dalbellos with heaters that have been very good. I am looking forward to putting the Quests on my Volkl Auras and hitting the big, beautiful backcountry and enjoying it day in and day out. :)

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Hi there. What is the difference between...

Hi there. What is the difference between AT flex index and Alpine flex index? My understanding is that there is a difference between the flex measurement between AT boots and alpine boots, but also understand the Quest series uses the Alpine Flex Index, whereas companies like Garmont and BD use the AT flex index. My local shop says an alpine 80 index is like an AT 100. Any truth to this?