Anton Kästle built his first pair of skis in his wainwright workshop in Hohenems, Austria in 1924, almost a decade later Kastle is still one of the most dominant forces in the international ski arena. Known for building powerful skis for aggressive skiers who charge hard on steep technical lines in big mountain terrain. Kastle has branched out and now delivers this same performance needed for big mountain skiing to all aspects of skiing from bashing bumps to carving turns on corduroy.
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The Kastle Fx 95 combines a ski that is easy to turn with a little extra float for medium powder days. This is their all mountain freeride ski that performs well in bumps and trees, some of our favorite types of skiing. Built with two titanal sheets that give the FX95 the legendary stable platform to increase confidence and let the ski drive through variable snow. Whether it’s on-slope, variable terrain or powder the DUALRISE technology provides extra grip and stability that delivers agility for long, smooth, on-piste turns. A ski that can perform in all conditions—from mid-winter powder to spring corn.
The Kastle MX89 is designed with an innovate sidecut that give it superior edge grip and a race-inspired sandwich construction that provide power and stability. The HOLLOWTECH 2.0 keeps the swing weight low which you will really appreciate in bumps and trees when you have to turn on a dime. The MX89 is the ideal all-mountain for the all arounder that wants a ski that can handle both hard pack and variable snow. Thanks to the bombproof construction of Kastle skis this ski is built for advanced skiers, it will not give up before you do.
With 5 Vail ski shop locations and the original ski rental delivery service we have you covered wherever you spend your next Vail ski vacation.