Kästle is gifting a pair of ZX108 big-mountain/powder skis to one lucky winner
Featured in the FREESKIER Buyer’s Guide, the ZX108 is designed to rip up powder snow and big descents with a freeride attitude. Sturdy semi-cap construction gives a confident ride and plenty of rocker maintains a playful feel underfoot. With a 108-millimeter waist width, the Kästle ZX108 is equally adept at floating through fresh snow and tearing up groomers at the resort. Enter now to take home a pair of these Editors’ Picks.
Review from the FREESKIER Buyer’s Guide:
The ZX108 is a blend of directional construction with a freeride-oriented rocker/camber profile for jumping off-piste or off cliffs. Catering to advanced, hard-charging skiers, the ski has an early-rise tip and tail that instill a catch-free ride but a touch of camber underfoot adds that extra touch of drive you’ll want on-piste, enabling massive, race-inspired carves. Inside, a poplar-beech wood core and Hollowtech 2.0 construction—a dampening insert in the tip that reduces the overall weight and energy absorption—produce a ride with next-to-none chatter.