Kastle BMX108 (2013)
Most testers agreed that a traditional, front-of-boot skier could make the BMX 108 do just about anything, off-piste and on. It responded best to aggressive, edge-to-edge skiing, but the tip rocker and rounded tail shape allowed it to release and smear through tighter terrain. On groomers, it felt most comfortable making medium- to long-radius turns. We've come to expect quality, precision, and performance from Kestle. The BMX 108 delivers.
|Level||Advanced, Expert, Hi-Expert|
|Lengths||168, 178, 188, 195|