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Miller Sports Aspen ski shop is loaded with a full suite of Kastle Demo skis, everything you could want from the DX85 for bashing bumps down the Face of Bell to the FX116 when you are ready to tackle the steeps of Aspen Highlands Bowl on a legendary powder day!
Kastle Legend 1956:
Kastle has taken the designs of their most beautiful skis from the 50s and adapted them for the LEGEND 1956. With a light karuba wood core and sporty feel thanks to carbon and titanal inlays, this ski is perfect for playful all-mountain carving. The upper steel edge protects the elaborate construction and the classic design of the past.
Kastle Legend 1966:
The all new Kastle Legend 1966 is a hard charging piste machine. Carves like a race ski without needing. The Legend 1966 has standard camber and absolute superb edge grip. With a light karuba wood core and sporty feel thanks to carbon and titanal inlays, the Legend 1966 is perfect for fast on-piste carving. The upper steel edge protects the elaborate construction and the classic design of the past. We are allocated a very small amount of this limited edition ski, which is lovingly assembled by hand in the Hohenems factory. The LEGEND 1966-CPM will impress any skier with its legendary design and the unmistakable Kästle performance.
The all new Kastle MX88 is a front side specific ski for on and off-piste terrain. The 88mm waist keeps the turning radius tight on groomed runs while also handling the off-piste conditions like a 4X4 truck. Now for the first time ever the MX88 has a slight early rise profile, along with hollowtech 3.0 tip design. Both of these upgrades will make a more accommodating ski while maintaining the hard charging effect this series has always been known for. Two layers of Titanal give a stiff flex, while Hollowtech 3.0(invented by Kastle) reduces vibration and eliminates chatter. Quite simply the MX88 is the all-mountain GS ski that can take you as far as you want to go. You will give up way before this hard charging ski does. Handmade in Austria.
The Kastle DX84 features a single radius sidecut and fast grip shovel that initiates a turn with the slightest tip onto edge. This makes 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 DX84 is perfect for intermediate skiers looking to have fun on the mountain. Easy to turn and great on groomers and bumps the DX84 Women is an easy pick for your rental selection.
The FX86 Ti is a true all-rounder. The 3D shape, triple wood core and titanal inlays of the new TRI-TI concept results in stability, dampness and effortless float. Combined with HOLLOWTECH 3.0, this ski yields maximum power transmission.
Kastle Obsidian 92:
The 2024 Kastle Obsidian 92 is a brand new ski for those who are looking for a narrower and more versatile freeride ski. As a new model in the Kastle line for 2024, the Obsidian 92 is similar in construction to the Kastle men’s ZX line. The 92 takes quickness to the next level in terms of turnability and agility. The Obsidian 92 has all-mountain applications for skiers in the intermediate, advanced, and moderate expert ranges.
The all new MX98 incorporates several design changes that together flip the ski’s personality from stubborn to compliant. The tip is wider in order to accommodate the larger Hollowtech 3.0 insert, and its slight early rise returns to a fully cambered baseline further up the ski. Note that the tail is square and flat, so the MX98 can hang onto the bottom half of a carved turn better than any other ski in the AMW genre. The MX98 comes from a classic Kastle line of carving models.