2021 Kastle FX 96 Women's Skis w/ Salomon Warden 11 Bindings

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KASTLE FX 96 Women's Skis with Bindings

For an amazing killer deal for skiers looking for the ultimate in light weight performance and versatility, this is the place to be. The Kastle FX 96 women's skis with bindings are an amazing killer deal for advanced and expert level skiers who are looking for one pair of high-performance skis to rule the whole mountain. These things are built for the highest levels of versatility, and thanks to the shape, build, and profile, they certainly check a lot of those boxes. At 96 mm underfoot, the skis have the perfect width for floating as well as carving. They're pretty quick thanks to the technologies built right in, including, but not limited to, the Hollowtech Tips as well as the wood core with fiberglass laminate. Smaller, but no less important aspects include the low camber profile as well as the hook-free tip and tail shape. In fresh and soft snow, the tips and tails glide effortlessly through the powder, as the low camber profile helps with floatation and turn initiation. There's not a whole lot of that diving feeling in these skis, as they do a fantastic job staying on top of a good deal of fresh snow. In the moguls, the waist isn't too wide to keep you from making a bunch of quick turns, while the wood core with fiberglass laminate is forgiving enough to smash the tips of your skis into the front side of the moguls. In the trees, the low camber and the hook-free tips and tails allow you to swivel and swish your turns around the trees, making wood and glade skiing super-fun and approachable.


  • Sidecut: 133/96/119 mm at 164 cm length
  • Turn radius: 14 meters at 164 cm length
  • Wood Core
  • Fiberglass Laminate
  • Low Camber
  • Hook Free Tips and Tails
  • Dual Rise
  • Hollowtech 3.0
  • Ability Level: Advanced and Expert Skiers

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Preferred Terrain
 All-Mountain •  Powder 


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2021 Kastle FX 96 Women's Skis w/ Salomon Warden 11 Bindings

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We've tested the 2021 Kastle FX96 W as part of our 2021 Ski Test. Click the link to see our full profile.
I'm stuck between lengths for this amazing ski. Can you make a recommendation? I ski the northern Rockies where we get great snow. I'm an athletic, but not aggressive, 5'4" 150lbs skier skiing groomers and seeking out moguls off-piste.
Question by: Pat on Oct 21, 2020, 12:00 PM
Selecting the length ski is ultimately a personal decision for you to make based on the performance desired. You can scroll to the bottom of any page on our site to find a link to the sizing chart page. The shorter lengths in the suggested range are going to provide more maneuverability making shorter radius turns easier but may lack a bit in stability at speeds as well as float. Where the longer lengths will provide more stability at speeds and better float but will be more ski to handle in tight spots making shorter radius turns. We recommend you base your decision on our sizing chart in combination with the performance you prefer. If you desire a little more float for those deep powder days, a longer length would work better. If you're more concerned with making lots of nice turns on groomers and hopping down moguls, a shorter length would be more appropriate. - Reuben
Answer by: Reuben jalbert on Oct 21, 2020, 12:25 PM
Fiancée has 23.5 maestrale xt boot.
Will Solomon warden 11 with Kastle 96fx package fit the boot.
Question by: Paul Kourkoulis on Apr 3, 2022, 9:32 PM
Hi Paul!
There should be no issues with the Maestrale boot fitting into the Warden 11 binding. The Warden 11 is a Grip Walk enabled binding so it will fit all boot sole norms.
Answer by: Chris McClelland on Apr 6, 2022, 12:59 PM

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