Salomon MTN Explore 95

Salomon MTN Explore 95
Category: Ski touring
Level: Advanced
Brand: Salomon
Modelyear: 2019 - 2020
Measure (Tip/Waist/Tail): 130/95/116 mm Turning radius: 17.70 m Weight: 1400 gram (177 cm)
Sizes: 169,177,184 cm
(Official information from Salomon)


What do you think about Salomon MTN Explore 95?
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Ski Bum
Ski Bum (Guest)
21/02/2019
Strenghts:
light, smooth, turns on a dime, great in tight trees, bumps, powder

Weaknesses:
chattery at high speed through crud.

Summary:
Best ski that I've owned

Model year: 2015
Riding style: 50/50 backcountry, side country, piste.
Length on the ski: 169 cm
Riders weight: 67 kg
Riders length: 173 cm


Lefty69
10/01/2019
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Strenghts:
Easy and fantastic on the top tour, but also in loose snow and on the piste. Good also to carva with. Handsome!

Weaknesses:
No, except that because of its low weight, it may be a bit "streaky" on hard icy surfaces as you travel fast on the piste.

Summary:
Easy and fun to both ride and shine with. A top ski trail that loves both snow and piste. Even though the waist of 95cm today can feel like "narrow" the ski is wonderfully wide at the front and I have never felt that it is not enough. Also owns eg. The Salomon Rocker 2 122, which is of course wider and offers a different flow in extremely large snow depths but the Mtn Explorer is, in my opinion, the perfect ski that can handle most of it thanks to its ingenious construction where low weight and stability are combined in an exemplary way. Highly recommended!

Model year: 2018
Riding style: Goes mainly powder and top tour but also some pistes
Length on the ski: 184 cm
Riders weight: 78 kg
Riders length: 185 cm




Vattendroppe
27/12/2018 (Modified: 02/01/2019)
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Strenghts:
An extremely versatile ski, which also makes very much very good. Easy enough to go on a long trip, but far from wrong to mount alpine binding on either. Maybe the perfect ski to throw on a shift on? The relatively short radius means that it is really fun to squeeze in the piste with, but in combination with the retraction it does not chop in opistat before either. Wide enough to be able to go everywhere, narrow enough not to be busy going on a long trip. I drive it personally as a ride ski and do not regret my choice one second, but it happens that I run it in the piste for family travel too - and it is as wonderful there as well. This ski does everything from clean cuttings in Hummelbranten to Stora Sarektraversen.

Sure, as a piste ski it would have been to have longer active edge, and as a ski for pure lift-borne riding, it would have benefited from having a little more mass behind it. For rock droplets and high speeds, it would have served little on having a slightly longer tail with tailrocker - but as a well-balanced allrounder I am doubtful that it will be better.

I'm pulling myself to put 5 stars, but had I been able I had easily put 4.5 / 5.

Weaknesses:
"Jack of all trades, master of none". It is probably the only thing that can be said - for those who want super-specialized skis this is not the right choice.

Summary:
Possibly the perfect ski to throw on a shift on and drive to exactly everything. A very well-balanced ski, possibly with a certain focus on being easy to make it easier to ride, but far from extreme in that respect.

Model year: 2016
Riding style: Most touring, but also some pistmys with the family.
Length on the ski: 184 cm
Riders weight: 80 kg
Riders length: 180 cm




Per_Bjorklund
06/09/2017
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Strenghts:
Skis that you will quickly get safe with.
Salomon MTN is just what I'm looking for in a ski trip, easy to ride on all bowls.
The skid also works well in the piste, keeping the cutter well in normal running. Flows well in pillows with regard to width and the length I have (177cm). A good ski that I bought for my top trips, but after a season on them, I can say that they have been hanging for many days in the ski slopes as well.

Weaknesses:
It's an easy skiing for top trips so of course it turns out to be awkward in bad conditions such as harvested piste / offpiste. Really deep pillows you have to be left on the skis to keep the flow. The same thing in ice pist is difficult to hold.

Summary:
I recommend this ski trip to top trips.

Model year: 2017
Riding style: country skiing / therapist / powder
Length on the ski: 177 cm
Riders weight: 75 kg
Riders length: 182 cm

carl_couloir
19/12/2016
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Strenghts:
Somewhat easy you can say, good flex that gives a wonderful schvung in short range.

Weaknesses:


Summary:
Has gone four top trips so far with the skis and experienced the most in lacing conditions besides lack of crowds ....... clearly that it does not give the same flow in the powder as a wider skid but the flex is well tuned and invites to a beautiful pumping with good flow . What's missing from the width comes as an advantage, easy to press and fastened to hard-stuck on a steep slope, something that is often a lot of fun with a wider skid.

In the piste I can say that I am really impressed! :-) has driven for a full two days in a hard and relatively lightweight lindvallen has driven everything from big carving to full speed to tight short turns with a good bite and a lot of "pendulum". Not once did I experience the ski "folding down" itself. Rather, on several occasions, I've "stepped off the gas" even though the ski has had more to give. Absolutely wonderful schvung in short range, where it is easy to drive the ski and get a smooth cut. There is a high likelihood of driving these when I take my week as a ski instructor :-)

Model year: 2016
Length on the ski: 184 cm
Riders weight: 80 kg
Riders length: 181 cm