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The weapon of choice for the Kastle pro team.

When the Kastle pro freeride team hits the comp circuit they load up the BMX108 Ski. The early-rise rockered tip handles pow and crud, while the low camber underfoot provides edge grip and control in variable snow conditions. Kastle's signature Hollowtech tip and tail significantly reduce swing weight for nimble responsiveness and increase stability and shock absorption at high-flying speeds. Beech and poplar core construction keep the ride nice and smooth when you're motoring through choppy snow, and ABS sidewalls put power on the edges for quick edge-to-edge.

This ski has a moderate, mid-fat waist by today's standards, and that means versatility and shred-ready performance no matter what may come. When you're on the road the snow can be variable and you gotta be ready for anything. But one thing's assured: you'll shred it all on this rock star ski. The BMX108 sits comfortably right in the middle of Kastle's freeride pack.

  • Early rise rocker profile
  • Low traditional camber underfoot
  • Sandwich and sidewall construction
  • Beech and poplar wood core
  • 108mm waist
  • Dual Hollowtech tip and tail
  • Hook-free shovel, powder tail
  • Dual-radius sidecut
  • UHM TT sintered base

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5 5

My go to ski

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I'd guess I've skied the BMX 108 about 80% of my days the last four years, and for good reason. The ski is rock solid under mixed conditions: it's powerful and charges through crud and chunder. Super solid under foot, the ski is still maneuverable and not as cumbersome as some other skis in its category. When you really want to open it up, the ski can handle high speeds and any unexpected bumps without tossing you in the back seat. If you're looking for something with the power and stability that comes from traditional sandwich construction, with modern early rise and and low camber, this is it.

Griffin Post Gettin' some Goat!

Griffin Post Gettin' some Goat!

BC Athlete Griffin Post on Mt. Moran.

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