About Kastle BMX 78 Alpine Skis
Closeouts. With excellent response and a light swing weight, Kastle BMX 78 alpine skis offer outstanding handling on groomed terrain and in the bumps.
Specs about Kastle BMX 78 Alpine Skis
Do you own this product? Write a review and help others with their buying decisions!
Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Plains skier from Iowa on Saturday, January 18, 2014Purchased these last spring from STP (great price!) and finally skied them this past week in colorado. Only get 1-2 weeks on snow each year but still like to push hard when I'm out there. Had been looking and demoing a bunch of different skis the last couple years and took a chance on the Kastle BMX78 after doing a lot of online research. Fitted them with Salomon z12 bindings for a fairly lightweight package. I'm 6'3" and 185 lbs, an advanced skier and went with the 188 cm length. Got to use it on groomed hardpack as well as 6-7 in of powder last week. What a great ski! Love the extra length (56 yrs old and a bit old school) and took it all over Beaver Creek, Vail and Copper Mountain. Ski was described by others as nimble and would totally agree. Very quick when I wanted it to be, but steady as a rock when just cruising. Was very impressed with the edge hold. If I hadn't known beforehand I would have thought it was laced with titanal as the edge hold was as tight as those types of skis I've demoed in the past (Volkl Kendo comes to mind). Just turn them on edge and let them rip. Don't know how Kastle does that without doing metal, but really inspires a very confident feeling. Also skied powder off the Grouse Mountain lift at BC and these skis just played in the big soft bumps. If looking for an all-mountain, single-quiver ski you would not go wrong with these smooth, nimble boards.
Question & Answer
Questions about this product? Get answers from community and staff experts.