Please forgive me if this is a stupid question, but I've always been a renter of skis in the past and never seriously looked into buying them until I demoed some Kastle FX94's earlier this week (and they were amazing!)
How much cheaper do skis (specifically Kastles) really get during the offseason?
The Kastle website says that MSRP is roughly $1100 for them; add in ~$200 for bindings and that is about an all in cost of $1300. I'm not sure if that MSRP is like car MSRPs that nobody ever really pays, or if it is a true retail price.
But let's assume for a second that it is a true retail price. I found someone willing to sell me a pair of new Kastle FX94s for $1025 with Kastle CTI K12 Bindings. That's about 20% off.
Is that as good as it's going to get for Kastles? Or will they be more like 50% off in about a month after the season is over?
I won't be using them until next season either way, so I'm really just trying to time best bang for buck.
Thanks for the help y'all!