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A merciless charger for the resort and backcountry.

Built on the same chassis used by Salomon's World Cup athletes' race boots, the Salomon Quest Max 130 Alpine Touring Boot takes the power and precision of a race boot into the backcountry. If you like to climb high to get the goods, and then crush it on the way down, then these are your boots. A burly 130 flex index and snug race-boot fit means these boots take no quarter on the downhill. This boot uses TwinFrame technology and a customizable 360-degree PU shell for strength and flex right where you need it. An oversized pivot distributes the pressure from edge to edge and toe to heel over your fat pow skis for optimal performance. 

The My CustomFit Race liner is thermomoldable and delivers allover power, comfort, and efficiency, and the 98-millimeter last keeps the fit precise. A waterproof gusset adds comfy protection, and a wide power strap adds support and security. Hike and Ride technology features a magnesium Backbone that locks you down for screaming descents and lets loose for mobile hikes. An extended rubber sole gives you grip when you're boot-packing.

  • 130 flex index
  • 98mm last
  • My Custom Fit Race heat-moldable liner
  • 3 magnesium buckles
  • 24mm oversized pivot with insert screw
  • Hike And Ride walk mode
  • Extended rubber sole
  • Worldcup shell
  • Waterproof gusset

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What changes were made from last years model? Lighter weight? Different custom molding options?

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Looks like they just lightened up the buckle, nothing has changed that is absolutely mind blowing though.

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Thats what I was thinking too. I believe last years model had the "Metal on Metal" ski/walk mechanism too. Time to score a great deal on! :-)