2022 Kastle ZX 100 Demo Skis w/ Tyrolia Attack2 13 Demo Bindings
Demo skis are used skis that come with demo (adjustable) bindings. These skis have been in our retail store's demo fleet for this winter, and are now available for purchase. Demo skis generally have a range of cosmetic blemishes. Most of these skis grade in the 8 to 10 out of 10 range and are a fantastic value. If the ski doesn't pass our inspection, we will contact you. All demo skis are tuned and waxed prior to shipping.
Kastle ZX 100 DEMO Skis w/ Bindings
The Kastle ZX 100 with bindings is an all-mountain freeride ski that is light, nimble and playful that can really take on any condition and any terrain flawlessly. It's designed to be pushed to the limits and interpret the mountain terrain with new school style and flair. With a Poplar/Beech core and fiberglass reinforcements, these skis have a freeride feel but can also still hold an edge when the snow gets firm. Without any metal, this ski offers a fantastic weight to performance ratio while still being fairly rigid in its flex. Hollow Tech 2.0 reduces tip chatter and a low-profile camber combined with early ride tips and tails ads the playful ride in deeper snow. The ZX 100 is wide enough to act as a powder ski, and narrow enough to act as an all-mountain ski. If you like skiing anything and everything, the 100-millimeter waist will let you ski it all no matter the conditions. Rocker out in the tip along with a healthy amount of taper will have you floating like a dream in deep snow while the rocker in the tail provides easy edge release when you need to throw the brakes on or slarve and skid your way down a gnarly line. If you want a ski that feels comfortable in any situation, check out the Kastle ZX 100 with bindings.
- Sidecut: 134/100/121 at 181 centimeters
- Radius: 18 meters at 181 centimeters
- Weight: 2120 grams at 184 centimeters
- Beech and Poplar Wood Core
- Hook Free Shovel
- Hook Free Tail
- Early Rise Tip and Tail
- Hollowtech 2.0
- Elliptical Radius
- Ability Level: Advanced to Expert Skiers
This ski will be used for my annual West Coast trip. And if I get lucky once a season on the East Coast.
I value a combination of stability and quickness (For instance I love the atomic Maverick series.) Will the zx hold up like a Maverick ? (Or close?)
The only other pair of skis I've owned that they don't have metal are ripsticks. to be honest the amount of chatter the ripsticks produce has made me hesitant to own anything without at least some metal..
My thinking is.... if any manufacturer can make a stable ski without metal it would be kastle. Their wood quality and milling are best in the business. ...
Realistically don't think I'll have a chance to demo these
The ZX 100 is going to have some chatter to it on hardpack and ice due to the rocker profile and construction. It's really in deeper snow and off trail where this ski really shines. It's not a ski for railing carved turns but more for all terrain freeride fun. If you did want a ski with a little more metal in it but a similar rocker profile you could also check out the Black Crows Justis.