Kästle MX98 - Alpine Skis: Reviews


Good for Big Mountain
Plenty plump for powder, the damp MX98 also drew top scores for quickness, edge grip, and stability. Like the four other skis in Kästle's brand-new line, the MX98 benefits from classic construction and top-shelf materials—a high-end wood core (ash and silver fir, in this case) amped with metal (mostly aluminum) and fiberglass. Although there's a bit too much sidecut for cruddy snow (they can get hooky), you'll love all that arc at full speed on firm snow. 132/98/117; binding included; kastle-ski.com

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