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Kastle LX 92 Alpine Skis - All-Mountain

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Information about Kastle LX 92 Alpine Skis - All-Mountain
Closeouts. A lightweight yet stiff all-mountain ski, Kastle LX 92 skis feature a mid-fat waist that provides a stable platform in crud and soft snow and still delivers stability at high speeds.
  • Skiing magazine 2012 "Official Selection"
  • Mid-fat 92mm waist provides floatation in variable conditions
  • Full cap construction with silver fir wood core for reduced weight
  • .5mm titanal top sheet and base layer for stability
  • Standard camber
  • Sidecut dimensions: 133/92/116mm
  • Turn radius: 154cm=13m, 164cm=15.5m, 174cm=18m, 184cm=21m
  • Weight: 7 lb.
  • Material: Fiberglass, titanal, wood core and graphite sintered base
  • Made in Austria
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Reviewed by Josh from Boston on Monday, March 11, 2013
Just bought this last week and had a chance to ski it at Sugarloaf for 2 days. I matched it with new Marker Griffon 13 bindings. I was skeptical at 92 underfoot for the east, but all reviews I read told me it would be ok. It was better than ok, these things rip. Has a very quick turn radius for ... Read More
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  • Reviewed by Rusk from NJ on Saturday, December 14, 2013
    I bought these because my 2013 Blizzard Bonafide's are overkill for northeastern conditions, but I still wanted a mid-fatty. These performed better than the Bonafides on trails. They're much lighter, and seem to be quicker on trails. Turning radius is perfect. I had a ton of fun on these. Got a few compliments as well.

    If you want a durable, quick, responsive, and fun mid-fatty for destroying trails and the occasion glades, this is the ski for you. I matched them with a pair of Marker Griffon bindings, and couldn't be happier.
  • Reviewed by Johnny the Hiker Too from London on Monday, September 09, 2013
    so light, and the finish is lovely. Sales service from The Sierra Trading Post was out of this world.
  • Reviewed by Josh from Boston on Monday, March 11, 2013
    Just bought this last week and had a chance to ski it at Sugarloaf for 2 days. I matched it with new Marker Griffon 13 bindings. I was skeptical at 92 underfoot for the east, but all reviews I read told me it would be ok. It was better than ok, these things rip. Has a very quick turn radius for it's size and they are incredibly stable in all areas. They dig in and edge quickly and hold. Great in the bumps and trees. I would highly recommend this ski

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