The Kastle TX 93 Skis are what we like to call the Swiss Army knives of skiing, or all -terrain vehicles that simply have no weaknesses other than the deepest powder. At 93-millimeters underfoot, we are talking about the ultimate in all-mountain width and versatility here. And with the ability to do many different turn shapes at different speeds, the TX 93 will have a wide appeal to many different types of skier’s styles too. And at just 1335 grams at the 178 length, its light enough to tour on and take on missions near and far. This is a very well-rounded ski that can ski a myriad of conditions and translates to a great technical ski for burley descents. Reliable camber underfoot gives you great edge grip and balance while tip and tail rocker give you enough splay to take on powder and crud with ease. Built with a Paulownia wood core, the TX 93 also boasts a carbon-fiberglass wound core, which is essentially a tight fiberglass sock that surrounds the Paulownia wood. In addition, two layers of triaxial fiberglass sandwich that sock/core, further boosting the stiffness of the ski. For all mountain ski tourers who value a quality build in a lightweight package, the Kastle TX 93 Skis should be at the very top of your to buy list.
Turn radius: 17.1 meters at 178 cm length
Weight: 1335 grams at 178 cm length
Rocker Profile: Rocker/Camber/Rocker
Core: Paulownia wood core, Carbon-Fiberglass Wound Core
Semi cap Construction
Ability Level: Advanced to Expert Skiers