Kästle FX94: Alpine Skis Reviews

Nov 1, 2010
Outside Magazine
Kästle FX94: Alpine Skis Reviews

   Photo: Ryan Heffernan


If you think an all-mountain ski needs to handle crust and crud as well as it deals with powder and corduroy, then the Chris Davenport–designed Kästle FX94 is for you. Kästle builds the nicest race-room-quality, laminated-wood-core skis you can buy, but what makes this one so versatile is the relatively gentle sidecut and turn radius. It arcs big GS turns without feeling hooky in unconsolidated snow, thanks to a straighter, less hourglassed profile. 128/94/117;
FLOAT: 4.5

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