elegant piste carving ski | lively and light
These are on-piste carving skis for the discerning skier looking for a unique, limited edition ski, with all the Kästle performance you've come to expect at high speeds.
|155 cm||11,1 m||1435 g/Ski|
|163 cm||12,4 m||1511 g/Ski|
|171 cm||13,8 m||1585 g/Ski|
|179 cm||15,4 m||1660 g/Ski|
Scala + K12 PRW GW
WE CREATE UNIQUE SKIS FOR ANY CONDITION USING PROVEN TECHNOLOGIES INSPIRED BY RACING, UTILIZING ONLY THE FINEST RAW MATERIALS. SOPHISTICATED CONSTRUCTIONS AND PATENTED TECHNOLOGIES DEVELOPED IN AUSTRIA CREATE NEW BENCHMARKS IN PERFORMANCE STANDARDS.
- FRAMED UPPER EDGE
- HS 3K CARBON
- KARUBA WOODCORE
Our patented, key technology is unique to ski manufacturing. By removing unneeded layers in the front of the ski we make the ski lighter. This results in several advantages: the ski becomes up to 30 % damper, the ski feels more stable, edge-grip is more powerful, steering is more precise and the overall weight is reduced.
We have adopted our SANDWICH-SIDEWALL construction from alpine racing and it is a distinguishing feature of some of our models.
This method of construction gives Kästle skis optimum flex and torsional rigidity, creates sensitive and direct transfer of power and ensures total control, even at high speeds.
Each Kästle ski is built with the finest woodcore, manufactured with precision to one-tenth of a millimeter. This allows us to control the weight, responsiveness and dampening characteristics of the ski, resulting in a high-quality, durable product.
The wood type, or combination of different woods, is individually catered to each model line, based on the ski‘s intended application. We guarantee unique handling with outstanding performance.
With the shovel and tail design, we can refine the aggressiveness of our skis.
The FAST GRIP SHOVEL is a short shovel in which the contact point and the widest part of the shovel are located far forward. This ensures a faster response at the beginning of the turn.
The HOOK FREE TAIL is often combined with Dual Rise and a longer tail, with the contact point being moved toward the center of the ski. The result is a forgiving, playful performance when exiting a turn.