Salomon QST Pro 110 W ski boot review, 2017/2018 women's Freeride Category, from our equipment experts at Bootfitters.com powered by Masterfit.

Testers place Salomon's QST Pro 110 W on the snug side of the medium width group in the lower boot, where the fit is painted on every nook and cranny. The upper cuff of the QST Pro 110 W is more relaxed, addressing the shin with a flat but padded feel and an open enough boot top to handle thicker calves. "Fit like a glove and the flex felt nice," said McGuire. QST Pro 110 W's stance is noticeably upright, testers concurred, and the tongue is firm against the shin, yet the ski boot's flex remains long travel and springy.

The upright, springy stance put many testers on their heels, but several also mentioned that the long travel flex allowed them to get forward into a good skiing position. The lateral cuff geometry felt a little on the knock-kneed side of neutral to testers, which they said gave the QST Pro a slinky, agile attitude that was particularly fun in softer snow off piste. Testers who ramped up the edge angle a little steeper found a stable base of lateral support. "Rolled to an edge easily! Super light," Ross reported. Testers also liked the lightweight feel of the Salomon QST Pro 110 W and found it to be a capable hiker/skinner.