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Buy FX95 HP Skis, get FREE Kastle K13 Attack Bindings!
Simply add these skis to your cart and make a purchase and we'll include 1 pair of Kastle K13 Attack2 bindings free (no need to add the bindings to your cart).
*Note that skis and bindings are shipped unmounted, possibly in 2 separate boxes.
A true all-mountain ski for nearly every day of the season, from early season piste-skiing to late season corn, and everything in between.
Whether it's on-slope, variable terrain or powder, the FX95 HP is the master thanks to DUALRISE technology and two layers Titanal that provide extra grip and stability.
The FX95 HP delivers agility in the sidecountry while still providing confidence for long, smooth, on-piste turns.
A ski that can withstand all conditions—from mid-winter powder to April corn.
The Kästle FX95 HP is available in the following lengths:
165, 173, 181, 189
WAIST 95 MM:
Narrow enough to easily handle the piste, yet wide enough for deeper powder, this ski adapts to whatever the mountain dishes out.
PROGRESSIVE RISE ROCKER
provides easier and smoother handling with better floatation.
ELLIPTICAL RADIUS, a narrower turning radius in the shovel and tail, combined with a wider turning radius throughout the body of the ski, allows the ski to easily adapt to different terrain throughout the day or the season.
a combination of ash and silver fir creates a strong, yet light ski that adapts to changing conditions throughout the day or season.
in the shovel delivers weight reduction and minimizes vibrations.
The FX95 HP has highly durable ABS sidewalls, ideal for the demands of off-piste terrain.
Two 0.5 mm titanal sheets, sandwich construction, LOW CAMBER, HOOK FREE SHOVEL/TAIL and a new KADURA surface for improved resistance are combined to achieve a classic, light and versatile ski.
With the help of the HOLLOWTECH technology the ski‘s running characteristics is improved.
The cutout section in the shovel leads to a reduced weight of the freely vibrating zone by almost 15 %.
The resulting lower inertia moments optimize the retraction behavior of the ski.
This means that after an impact the shovel returns much faster to the stable condition, enabling the ski to keep its track much more precisely.