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The Kastle BMX 105 Skis are on a strict diet of morning pow, mid-day crud, and afternoon hardpack. Shaped with versatility in mind, their mid-sized 105mm waist width with 134mm in the shovel, allow the BMXs to stay up in powder and remain manageable once conditions turn variable. Their rockered tip and tail make them a fun and playful pair of skis, while traditional camber underfoot lets you lay them on edge without feeling like you're going to lose your grip when you really lay into your turns. A sandwich construction with full-length ABS sidewalls offer a solid and stable feel, while Kastle's Hollowtech 2.0 tips help to eliminate tip chatter and reduce swing weight for near-effortless turn initiation.
The BMX 105 Skis feature Kastle's Elliptical Radius sidecut, which combines a narrow turning radius in the tip and tail, with a wide turning radius through the mid-section of the ski—the result is a ski that will adapt to changing terrain and conditions with the ability to get turny in pow and make long arcing turns down big, wind-buffed faces. The silver fir wood core shaves weight from the ski, without sacrificing an ounce of durability. A layer of rubber over the steel edges help give the skis a damp feel, and their UHM graphite sintered bases are built to meet the demands of the most demanding big mountain skiers.
- Rockered tip and tail, camber underfoot
- Sandwich construction
- Silver fir wood core
- 105mm waist width
- Elliptical radius sidecut
- Sintered base
- Hollowtech tips
- Item #KAS000J
- Q & A
All Around assault weapon
Added the BMX 105 to my arsenal and couldn't be happier. Super controllable, great in Powder and on the trail. I love my BMX 108's but the 105's are like a new fighter jet with fantastic turn radius and will get you through deep days and everyday.
Anyone compare the BMX105 to the Black Crows Atris? Love my old BMX98 and have tried the Atris. I'm a light weight guy and really liked the Atris but the tails seemed stiff (for me). Is there even a comparison or are they too different? Thanks!