Brand new skis, drilled for for Marker Dukes (at -1 of center line). Not a scratch on them!
Bought last March'11 for $1,150.
A review of the ski:
The MX128 is a new ski for Kastle for 2011. Inspired by big mountain skier Hugo Harrison, the MX128 is Kastle’s largest, widest, and burliest ski. With a 128 waist and lightweight construction, you stay floating on top of the snow, allowing you to build speed even over flatter terrain. For big mountain lines at high speeds, you absolutely can’t beat the MX128 from Kastle. This ability to perform at high speeds coupled with early rise in the shovel allowing for increased maneuverability make for one special ski. It’s no wonder why big mountain legends like Hugo Harrison choose this ski.
What Hugo Harrison says about his Kastle MX128:
The MX128 is by far the most effortless big mountain ski that I’ve ever tried! The progressive tip make the ski very easy to turn, keeping you floating at all time, this way you can generate more speed, even on lower angled slopes so you can enjoy any type of situation. From high alpine terrain to deep forest powder the 128 is your pick!
|Best Use||Powder, Big Mountain|
|Turn Radius||40 m|
|Construction||Sandwich, Vertical Sidewall|
|Core||Wood Core, Beech, Poplar|