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Kastle ski demo in Whistler

post #1 of 7
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Hi,

 

A friend is booking two weeks in Whistler in the first half of January.  He likes the Kastle MX88 and is struggling to find any for rent or demo in the village.  Anyone know of an outlet he can contact?

 

Thanks.

post #2 of 7

I think he is out of luck. Checked all the shop web sites I know, nobody has Kastle. Time to expand his horizons lots of other skis available.

post #3 of 7
Fanatykco in whistler sell and demo kastle, or at least they have the last few years

Problem is they don't have many and tend to run out of stock relatively early in the season. Probably best to contact them beforehand.
post #4 of 7

Fanatyco is a possibility their website shows a Kasle logo but not showing Kastle on their on their rental fleet.

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Originally Posted by Cockalorum View Post
 

I think he is out of luck. Checked all the shop web sites I know, nobody has Kastle. Time to expand his horizons lots of other skis available.

 

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Originally Posted by robbo mcs View Post

Fanatykco in whistler sell and demo kastle, or at least they have the last few years

Problem is they don't have many and tend to run out of stock relatively early in the season. Probably best to contact them beforehand.

 

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Originally Posted by Cockalorum View Post
 

Fanatyco is a possibility their website shows a Kasle logo but not showing Kastle on their on their rental fleet.

 

 

Yes, Fanatykco carried Kastle when we were there four years ago, and Kastle's site says it's a distributor, but Fanatykco doesn't mention Kastle in their demo / rental range.  As you say, lots of other great skis out there.

 

Thanks. 

post #6 of 7

Fanatyco was and is a Kastle dealer and also has a good demo fleet of latest Kastle's. I'd just recommend that he reserves early as they tend to go out quick.

 

Fanatyco is VERY easy to deal with, so you could probably reserve by phone a week in advance or so. Tell them your bsl, and they can probably have them all set when you show up.

post #7 of 7
I have had great dealings with Fanatycko.
I bought a couple Kastles from them, and rented MX83 and MX88 when I was at Whistler.
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