• KÄSTLE

    BMX105

    $999.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    The BMX105’s combination of Dual/Progressivel Rise and Hollowtech 2.0 creates ski-ability with extra float, the Hollowtech 2.0 dampens the shovel movement allowing it to return faster, swing less, making it more maneuverable in a variety of terrain.

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    KÄSTLE

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    Skiers Choice

    No

    Dimensions

    134-105-123

    Lengths

    165, 173, 181, 189 cm

    Radius

    21m (181cm)

    Features

    Sandwich sidewall ‰Û¢ silver fir/beech wood core ‰Û¢ Hollowtech 2.0 ‰Û¢ Dual/Progressive Rise ‰Û¢ Low camber with elliptical turn radius

    Guide-year

    2018

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  • KÄSTLE

    BMX105 HP

    $1,149.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    The BMX105 HP combines traditional construction with modern design. With Hollowtech 2.0, a Dual/Progres- sive Rise profile and titanal layers the BMX105 HP is a fresh take on KÌãSTLE’s big mountain ski designs. The new camber profile was developed to provide a larger sweet spot and smooth transitions without losing edge-grip for nearly every condition.

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    KÄSTLE

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    Skiers Choice

    Yes

    Dimensions

    134-105-123

    Lengths

    165, 173, 181, 189 cm

    Radius

    21m (181cm)

    Features

    PRODUCT FEATURES: Dual/Progressive Rise ‰Û¢ Titanal top/base sheets ‰Û¢ Silver fir/beech wood core ‰Û¢ Hollowtech 2.0 ‰Û¢ Low camber with elliptical radius

    Guide-year

    2018

    Product-collection

    Brand Catalog

  • KÄSTLE

    BMX105 HP

    $1,149.00

    Manufacturer's Description

    I followed Kristin Cooper, a Big Sky patroller, from the Lone Peak Tram into a cloud. With poor visibility conditions, she only popped into view every few turns, hinting at where I needed to point my skis. I put my trust in the Kastle BMX105 HPs. On many other skis, I’d be gun-shy, entering a steep, rock-lined shaft nearly blind. On the BMXs, I charged with but a whit of caution. Give these skis your heart and your soul and your thighs, and they will deliver. So did the run: It held a chalky afternoon powder stash.

    Built with a beech/ silver fir core, the Kastle BMX105 HPs get the damn thing done. A low-camber profile keeps the center of the ski slightly elevated and snow-contact points centralized. This shortens the effective edge, making the ski more forgiving when entering and exiting turns. A progressive rise, which optimizes float and easy turn initiation, couples with an elongated “hook free” shovel and tail for an energetic performance. The BMX105s retain traditional Kastle features adapted from alpine racing, like the sandwich-sidewall construction and a hollowtech tip, which makes the ski damper while reducing weight.

    Truly stiff and powerful, the BMX105s HP can be sensitive and precise, too. You don’t need to be an ex-racer to turn it, though it needs muscle to shine. New this year is a 165cm length, a major win for smaller hard-charging women. —Clare Menzel

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    KÄSTLE

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    Skiers Choice

    No

    Dimensions

    134-105-123mm

    Lengths

    165, 173, 181, 189cm

    Radius

    21m

    Guide-year

    2018

    Product-collection

    The Best Skis of the Year

    Product-type

    skis

  • KÄSTLE

    BMX105 HP

    $1,149.00

    Manufacturer's Description

    I followed Kristin Cooper, a Big Sky patroller, from the Lone Peak Tram into a cloud. With poor visibility conditions, she only popped into view every few turns, hinting at where I needed to point my skis. I put my trust in the Kastle BMX105 HPs. On many other skis, I’d be gun-shy, entering a steep, rock-lined shaft nearly blind. On the BMXs, I charged with but a whit of caution. Give these skis your heart and your soul and your thighs, and they will deliver. So did the run: It held a chalky afternoon powder stash.

    Built with a beech/ silver fir core, the Kastle BMX105 HPs get the damn thing done. A low-camber profile keeps the center of the ski slightly elevated and snow-contact points centralized. This shortens the effective edge, making the ski more forgiving when entering and exiting turns. A progressive rise, which optimizes float and easy turn initiation, couples with an elongated “hook free” shovel and tail for an energetic performance. The BMX105s retain traditional Kastle features adapted from alpine racing, like the sandwich-sidewall construction and a hollowtech tip, which makes the ski damper while reducing weight.

    Truly stiff and powerful, the BMX105s HP can be sensitive and precise, too. You don’t need to be an ex-racer to turn it, though it needs muscle to shine. New this year is a 165cm length, a major win for smaller hard-charging women. —Clare Menzel

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    KÄSTLE

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    Skiers Choice

    No

    Dimensions

    134-105-123

    Lengths

    165, 173, 181, 189

    Radius

    21

    Guide-year

    2018

    Product-collection

    The Best Aggressive Skis of the Year

    Product-type

    skis

  • KÄSTLE

    BMX115

    $1,049.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    The powder-seeking BMX115 delivers enough float for the deepest days without sacrificing everyday performance for the moments in between. Combining KÌ_stle’s Dual Rise camber profile with Hollowtech 2.0, this full-throttle ski is sturdy and responsive. The Dual Rise profile creates a smooth, easy ride, while the Hollowtech 2.0 dampens the shovel movement allowing it to return faster, swing less, making the overall ski more stable and precise.

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    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    KÄSTLE

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    Skiers Choice

    Yes

    Dimensions

    141-115-130

    Lengths

    177, 185, 193 cm

    Radius

    24m (185cm)

    Features

    Sandwich Sidewall ‰Û¢ Beech/silver fir wood core ‰Û¢ Hollowtech 2.0 ‰Û¢ Dual/Progressive Rise ‰Û¢ Low camber with elliptical radius

    Guide-year

    2018

    Product-collection

    Brand Catalog

  • KÄSTLE

    BMX115

    $1,049.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    I took the Kastle BMX 115 to the Challenger terrain at Big Skysteep, rocky, chalky with some wind buff my go-to testing area during Powder Week this year. The terrain was varied and with the way the wind blew and deposited snow in places I haven’t seen in 20 years, I was able to playfully ski through technical sections as well as point steep chutes and see how the tails of the different skis would respond at very high speed.

    The BMX 115 skied smooth as velvet and it was exactly what I wanted and needed underfoot. It was lightweight and had a very surprising quickness edge to edge for a ski that is 115-millimeters underfoot. In the 185-centimeter length, I could go as fast as I wanted, but it is far more forgiving than its bigger brother in the 195-centimeter length. It has a stiff tail that keeps you from dropping into the backseat when arcing out of fast turns, but is still forgiving enough to lay trenches on a blue groomer.

    Built with a traditional sandwich construction fiberglass, silver fir, and beech wood core between two layers of titania with slight early rise in the tip and an elliptical radius sidecut, this ski will hold an edge in any condition and will float in the deepest of powder. This is a ski that I need in my quiver, because I would only need this one ski.
    —Dave Stergar

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    KÄSTLE

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    Skiers Choice

    No

    Dimensions

    141-115-130

    Lengths

    177, 185, 193

    Radius

    24

    Guide-year

    2018

    Product-collection

    The Best Powder Skis of the Year

    Product-type

    skis

  • KÄSTLE

    FX95 HP

    $1,199.00

    Manufacturer's Description

    My affinity for Kastle skis began with a faded poster of Swiss ski racing legend Pirmin Zurbriggen and a pair of RX12’s in 1989. Since their resurrection as a brand in 2007, this storied Austrian company continues to be synonymous with quality.

    One of the company’s best and most versatile frontside skis is the FX95 HP. This is a burly ski that’s well-suited for firm snow. The HP has no speed limit. The ski is stable and handles predictably with a balanced swing weight. A relatively stiff flex pattern available in sizes 159-189 centimeters (with a 22-meter turning radius in the 189-centimeter length) should provide an option for almost any skier out there, so long as it’s not deep pow they’re after.

    The HP model differentiates itself from the standard FX95 by including two sheets of Titanal in addition to fiberglass in the layup. Low camber, dual rocker, semi-cap/sidewall construction combined with a precision milled silver fir and beech core (machined to within 1/10 millimeters) are the ingredients in the 95’s success. The contact points on the tip and tail have been moved toward the ski center, which dramatically reduces the hooky sensation that often accompanies skis designed with on-piste endeavors in mind.

    A long, smooth rocker profile on the tip provides additional versatility in soft snow and an ever-so-subtle pintail aids in the ski releasing from a turn. Another key features in the Kastle line are their Hollowtech inserts. Excess material removed from the tip, which reduces swing weight, allows the shovel to absorb an impact and recover to the natural profile quicker without deflection and increases torsional rigidity. Hollowtech 2.0 in the new iteration of skis changes the size of the insert to correspond with each model depending upon length and width. —Sam Cox

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    KÄSTLE

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    Skiers Choice

    No

    Dimensions

    126-95-115

    Lengths

    157, 165, 173, 181, 189

    Radius

    18

    Guide-year

    2018

    Product-collection

    The Best Skis for Carving of the Year

    Product-type

    skis

  • KÄSTLE

    Tx98

    $949.00

    Manufacturer's Description

    With Progressive Rise and Hollowtech 2.0, the TX98’s shovel weight is reduced by 30% and the overall weight is further reduced with a tri-axle carbon weave and a light- weight karuba wood core. Combine that with a new camber profile and Dual Rise and you get a ski that climbs with ease without sacrificing the performance you’ve come to expect from KÄSTLE.

    Brand Description

    KÄSTLE is a specialized ski manufacturer from Austria founded in 1924. KÄSTLE has driven the evolution of ski production decade after decade by manufacturing and design innovations, offering products defined by high quality and performance. Patented Hollowtech and timeless, clean graphics distinguish KÄSTLE skis. Each ski has the latest in wood core, sandwich construction and Hollowtech technology. KÄSTLE offers a full selection of dedicated on-piste, all mountain, freeride and touring skis. KÄSTLE skis are available at specialty North American and European retailers.

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Guide-year

    2017

    Brand Name

    KÄSTLE

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    Skiers Choice

    No

    Style Of Ski

    Touring

    Dimensions

    128-98-117

    Sizes

    168, 178, 188cm

    Radius

    21 m

    Features

    3 Ax. Carbon Layers • Sandwich Sidewall • Hollowtech 2.0 • Dual/Progressive Rise • Standard Camber

  • KÄSTLE

    Mx89

    $1,299.00

    Manufacturer's Description

    A true all mountain ski offering control and stability on any terrain the mountain dishes out. Bringing reactive, nimble performance at speed and under changing snow condi- tions, the MX89 combines Hollowtech 2.0 with classic KÄSTLE sandwich construction for a powerful yet stable ride.

    Brand Description

    KÄSTLE is a specialized ski manufacturer from Austria founded in 1924. KÄSTLE has driven the evolution of ski production decade after decade by manufacturing and design innovations, offering products defined by high quality and performance. Patented Hollowtech and timeless, clean graphics distinguish KÄSTLE skis. Each ski has the latest in wood core, sandwich construction and Hollowtech technology. KÄSTLE offers a full selection of dedicated on-piste, all mountain, freeride and touring skis. KÄSTLE skis are available at specialty North American and European retailers.

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Guide-year

    2017

    Brand Name

    KÄSTLE

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    Skiers Choice

    Yes

    Style Of Ski

    All Mountain

    Dimensions

    129-89-113

    Sizes

    156, 164, 172, 180, 188cm

    Radius

    18 m

    Features

    .5mm Titanal Top/Base Sheets • Ash/Silver Firwood Core • Hollowtech 2.0 • Standard Camber • Elliptical Radius

  • KÄSTLE

    Bmx105 Hp

    $1,149.00

    Manufacturer's Description

    The BMX105 HP combines traditional construction with modern design. With Hollowtech 2.0, a Dual Rise profile and titanal layers, the BMX105 HP is a fresh take on KÄSTLE’s big mountain ski designs. The new camber profile was developed to provide a larger sweet spot and smooth transitions, enabling precise edge grip in nearly every condition.

    Brand Description

    KÄSTLE is a specialized ski manufacturer from Austria founded in 1924. KÄSTLE has driven the evolution of ski production decade after decade by manufacturing and design innovations, offering products defined by high quality and performance. Patented Hollowtech and timeless, clean graphics distinguish KÄSTLE skis. Each ski has the latest in wood core, sandwich construction and Hollowtech technology. KÄSTLE offers a full selection of dedicated on-piste, all mountain, freeride and touring skis. KÄSTLE skis are available at specialty North American and European retailers.

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Guide-year

    2017

    Brand Name

    KÄSTLE

    Brand Website Click Here
    Skiers Choice

    Yes

    Style Of Ski

    Powder

    Dimensions

    134-105-123

    Sizes

    173, 181, 189cm

    Radius

    21m

    Features

    Sandwich Sidewall •.5mm Titanal Top/Base Sheets • Silver Fir Wood Core • Hollowtech 2.0 • Dual/Progressive Rise