Kastle FX104 (2012)
The widest in Kastle's Freeski Mountaineering line, developed in coordination with Chris Davenport, the FX104 is built to rip big-mountain powder. With a wood core, two sheets of titanal, hard phenol sidewalls, and a single turn radius, it's crafted for precision, though a rounded tail should offer a bit of loose, freeridey feel. It's designed for ski mountaineering, positioned between the light and forgiving LX line and the burly MX. Dual Hollowtech-oval cutouts in the tip and tail-reduces swingweight. Sold flat.
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