After two years of initial success with the BMX105, Kastle brings the model back with just a few slight updates. Of course the graphics have changed slightly for a more colorful and poppy look but they also added a beech wood to the core along with the original silver fir. This will make for a slightly more damp and stable ride. There are still two waist width offerings for the BMX line; a BMX105 that comes in both a woodcore and an HP (2 sheets of 0.5mm titanal) and one woodcore model of the BMX115 (no metal offering at the 115mm waist). A wider waist and a healthier dose of rocker make the BMX the go to big mountain powder tool. The Progressive Rise Rocker also allows the BMX to create tighter turn shapes than in the past (think: greater maneuverability). The BMX105 is your go to from first chair to last call. It is a powerful freeride ski that can manage anything your day dishes out. The mountain is your canvas, here's your brush!