This Ski Is A Staff Favorite:
This ski is great for anyone whose ideal ski day includes charging down the mountain speeding past their friends. The Titanal layers provide an authoritative feel, and are incredibly stable. They can be a bit unruly at slower speeds, but once you get up to pace, nothing can stop these rockets.
In Depth Staff Reviews:
By: Matt M
Check out our preview of 2020 Kastle skis.
Highlights from the 2019 Kastle skis lineup:
Premium Brand, Premium Skis
Coming off two consecutive years of a limited-release MX ski, Kastle tees up three extra-premium models for 2019: the Proto, the Supra, and the Scala.
Each model incorporates carbon with white copper wires into the classic elegant, sleek Limited topsheet look. At 93mm underfoot with wood and carbon in the core and early rise in the tips, the Supra profiles as the most all-mountain/off-piste-oriented ski in the line, and Kastle even bills it as a lightweight, worthy backcountry option.
Narrower, at 83mm and 70mm underfoot, the Proto and the Scala profile a bit more classic-Kastle. Full camber with metal and fiberglass layered over wood in ... Continue Reading
2020 Kastle MX89 Description:
If the MX84 is the Death Star, the MX89 is Starkiller Base. The bigger, badder version of Kastle's poster-ski, the MX89 features the same speed-loving, smooth-skiing combination of full camber, premium core and base materials, and superb edge grip. And it's all wrapped in an 89mm-underfoot package that destroys everything in its path with a little extra girth to handle varied snow conditions and terrain. No small band of rebels can slow this beast down. The MX89 is back with a vengeance, and no changes, for the 2019-2020 ski season.
2020 Kastle MX89 Specs:
|Weight:||3880 grams (per pair for size 172cm) Learn more about ski weights|
Skis In The Kastle MX Series:
MX89 (89mm) In Stock
MX84 (84mm) In Stock
MX74 (74mm) In Stock