Kastle (pronounced "Kess-lee," "Kest-la," or "Kass-lay") makes skis for passionate skiers who seek exceptional quality in their gear. From frontside chargers like the MX and RX series, to the big mountain crushers in the FX and BMX series, to lightweight touring skis in the TX line, Kastle makes a precision tool to tackle any and all skiing conditions. Most of Kastle's skis are traditionally cambered, but the Chris Davenport signature FX series skis and BMX series offer rocker in the tip. The Austrian company continues to make some of the best skis out there, as they've done since 1924.
New 2016 Kastle Skis On Sale Now! In Stock and Ready to be Skied! It comes as no surprise that Kästle (say it “Kess-lee,” “Kest-lah,” or “Kass-lay”) has another great line of skis ready for 2015-2016. The Austrian ski manufacturer has given us a lineup that, much like countryman Arnold Schwarzenegger’s work, covers all bases ... Continue Reading
As part of a recommendation from our knowledgeable sales rep , I chose the Kastle XX110 West as my go-to tree skiing set up. I would have chosen the 190cm for more all mountain use, but I wanted the agility of the 180cm specifically for tree skiing. I found that the 180cm length has ... Continue Reading
I don’t throw around phrases like “holy guacamole!” very often, but if I had to sum up the last couple weeks with 2 words, those would be it. Not only have I eaten my fair share of delicious guac, but things have been getting pretty crazy here at Powder7. Every day it seems a truck ... Continue Reading
One, two, three and to the fo’ Get-out-of-the-way let-it-rip rip carving skis are back. These skis are just plain fun on a corduroy day. Feel those G forces build up as you lean into the turn. Now it’s time for me to make my impression felt So sit back, relax, and strap on your seatbelt ... Continue Reading
We have some really cool skis in our demo inventory. Some of them have barely seen snow! Some are 2013 models and some have or are destined to make the “Best Of” lists at Powder, Freeskier, Outside and other ski industry mags. So, with that in mind, I want to take some time each week ... Continue Reading