The marquee ski in Salomon's all-mountain Stance line, the 96 is unrivaled in strength-to-weight ratio. This all-mountain driver offers a butter-smooth ride at any speed. Two titanal plates run the length of the ski to provide an impressive edge grip when the going gets firm and release torsional stiffness for poppy, powerful turns.
- Alpine terrain: All Mountain
- Level of practice: Advanced
- Topsheet: Glossy
- Norm: Adult
Maneuverable & Progressive
A progressive frontside sidecut teams up with a full poplar woodcore and C/FX creating unmatched confidence when you're railing a turn on piste or racing through the glades.
Metal Twinframe technology pairs with C/FX and a double Ti laminate to create a damp, hard-charging ski that inspires confidence regardless of speed, terrain, or conditions.
Full Poplar Woodcore
A full Woodcore construction maximizes liveliness, stability, and ski-to-snow contact while filtering vibrations.
Double layer of titanal, one on either side of the core, improves hard snow performance. It increases precision, offers a good edge grip, and improves responsiveness.
Metal Twin Frame
A titanal layer provides improved stability, while the recessed windows in the tip and tail frame C/FX fiber layer help release torsion for increased maneuverability.
All Terrain Rocker
Rocker tip, early rise tail, and camber underfoot.
Full Sandwich Sidewalls
Full Sandwich Sidewalls guarantee stability and precision, it enhances performance by providing good edge grip and smooth ski-to-snow contact.
Choose the right ski length for you based on your height and skiing level.
Min: You have never skied before
Max: You can ski in a cautious wedge.
Min: You can make round turns with confidence on green terrain
Max: You link turns with speed control and bring skis together parallel at the end of the turn on green and easier blue runs
Min: You ski mostly parallel but may wedge or step to start the turns. Confident on green and blue runs.
Max: You use a parallel stance on smooth blue runs and are testing your skills on varied terrain and snow conditions including black runs
Min: You ski with controlled parallel turns, maintaining rhythm and speed control on groomed black runs
Max: You ski with good technique on all terrain and snow conditions, using carved short radius turns
Understanding boot and binding compatibility can be complicated. Alpine or Alpine Touring? ISO what?
With multiple boot/binding standards designed for different applications and skier types, finding the right gear requires more knowledge and expertise than ever before.
Contact us to navigate your options and discover what's right for you.