Miller Sports Aspen ski shop is loaded with a full suite of Kastle Rental skis, everything you could want from the LX 82 for bashing bumps down the Face of Bell to the BMX 105 when you are ready to tackle the steeps of Aspen Highlands Bowl on a legendary powder day!
The MX89 is a perfect width for the vast majority of skiing most people are doing today, wide enough to handle all kinds of terrain yet nimble enough to be manageable in the trees and bumps. This is the re-design of the ski that started it all from Kastle, the new model is proving to once again be their best top-horsepower ski, for both crud, big-mountain skiing, and groomers with an amazing combination of edge grip, stability and smoothness. This is a great ski to rent for all four of Aspen’s mountain. You can go anywhere and do anything on the Kastle MX89.
Classic Kastle features such as a single radius sidecut and fast grip shovel, the LX 82 that initiates a turn with the slightest tip onto edge for smooth and easy arcs at any speed and the Hollowtech tip helps to keep the weight down. A light, wider waist ski that has the sporty handling of a far narrower ski so you can stick your line in the tightest of bumps or trees. The Kastle LX82 is perfect for intermediate skiers looking to have fun on the mountain. Easy to turn and great on groomers and bumps the LX82 is an easy pick for your rental selection.
The LX72 is a light and nimble ski with the dependable stability and control of KÄSTLE. A smooth ride given by a light silver-fir wood core that is sandwiched between sheets of Titanal, and then wrapped in a load-bearing cap that adds torsional rigidity. An ideal ski for women who don’t carry the weight to flex the metal in some of the other all-mountain skis by Kastle. The LX72 is also a great beginner ski rental that carves nicely and progresses with the ability of the skier.
Looking for a ski that is lighter yet still has the performance characteristics that Kastle is known for, then the FX85 is it. Lighter then the all mountain skis with metal, it still has a wood core and early rise. Excellent turning radius and great in bumps, the FX85 is a great ski for men and women. The FX85 is an excellent rental choice for the intermediate to advanced skier looking to do a bit of everything.
Kastle FX 95 HP:
The FX95 HP by Kastle is a lightweight all mountain ski that with 95mm under foot can be superb on a powder day and still rip front side terrain when it hasn’t snowed in a while. A wood core with two sheets of Titanal give great stability, and a lightweight construction means hiking up highlands bowl will be just that much easier.
Kastle BMX 105:
Powerful yet nimble are the trademark characteristics of the newly designed BMX 105. It has increased ski flotation and stability, for the freeskier that likes a technical challenge. A perfect rental ski for the hike up Aspen Highlands bowl or that 6-12” powder day on Aspen Mt.