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About Kastle BMX 88 Alpine Skis

Closeouts. Kastle BMX 88 alpine skis are silky smooth and playfully quick in a variety of conditions. An all-purpose ski with a light swing weight, it excels on-piste, in the bumps and in the trees.

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4.500000 5 Overall Rating: 4.5 Based on 2 reviews

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Reviewed by Experienced free skier from Minneapolis on Thursday, April 3, 2014
Got a screaming deal from STP on the BMX 188's that I just could not pass up. Read many reviews, and recited to give them a try. I have been extremely happy with how well they perform across varying conditions. Amazingly easy turns on groomers, decent float in powder,, and they plow through the ... Read More
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  • Reviewed by Experienced free skier from Minneapolis on Thursday, April 3, 2014
    Got a screaming deal from STP on the BMX 188's that I just could not pass up. Read many reviews, and recited to give them a try. I have been extremely happy with how well they perform across varying conditions. Amazingly easy turns on groomers, decent float in powder,, and they plow through the crud with ease. Even performed well in the park. I wasn't expecting the ski to be a single quiver option...but it is. I am a big guy (6'3", 220 lbs), and I found the ski light weight, fun, and easy to get it to perform as I needed it to. Kastle makes great high quality products, and the BMX over-delivers. You will not be disappointed.
  • Reviewed by DBQ from Whistler on Monday, December 30, 2013
    Great all mountain skis with a frontside bias. Very quick edge to edge with strong grip and a very damp and stable feel but light and lively at the same time.

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About Kastle

The first pair of Kastle skis was produced in Anton Kastle’s workshop in 1929, and by the 1950s Kastle skis could be found on the feet of Olympic and World Championship gold medalists. Today, Kastle skis and Kastle ski bindings are designed by passionate skiers and built to World Cup standards using the most advanced manufacturing techniques. Kastle skis are available in a model to suit every style of skier. Kastle bindings accommodate a variety of ability levels, with safety a top priority.