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Salomon Mustang


Pros: Stability, edge grip

Cons: Initiation, forgiveness

Ski: Salomon Mustang
Dimensions: 119/73/105
Tested Length: 178
Turn Radius: 16.8 meters
Price w/binding: $1,175


The Good: Stability, edge grip
The Bad: Initiation, forgiveness


Verdict: The Mustang is more of a quarterhorse, with great stability and hold, especially on big wide turns, but without the kind of forgiveness and strength in quick turns that might make you want to ski the whole mountain with it. Definitely at its best speeding hardpack with the frontside set.


Pros: incredible edge grip, great carver, stability at high speed

Cons: Still working them in bumps but I'm getting there

Skis used for skicross... It took me more time to feel comfy on these...but I'm almost there (a couple more days...) and the more I do, the more I love them!

With those skis, don't bother about icy conditions!

Amazing on groomed, steeps...but nice too in bumps and trees when snow is back-order!smile.gif

Salomon Mustang

The Muscle car in the 24 HOURS range, the Mustang excells at fast skiing in tough conditions. With metal, extra wood, and carbon, and the Powerline active dampening system, Mustang is strong and stable.

Dimensions119-73-105 (178)
Turn Radius16.8 (177)
Core Materialwood,metal,carbon
Binding IncludedYes
Recommended Binding
Recommended useGroomed
Binding TypeSystem
Recommended LevelAdvanced
Model Year2012
Model Name/TypeMPNEAN/UPC
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