Kastle MX84


Men's All-Mountain
Price: £689.00 (ski only)
Off piste long turns:
Off piste short turns:
On piste long turns:
On piste short turns:
Ease of use:
Ability Level Lower Intermediate Upper Intermediate Lower Advanced Upper Advanced Lower Expert
Sidecut 128-84-112
Turn radius 16.3m (176cm)
Lengths 152, 160, 168, 176 (1,943g), 180
Construction Sidewall
Titanal wood core
Standard camber
Strengths Powerful, fast, high levels of grip
Weaknesses Unforgiving and cumbersome at slower speeds

They say

A versatile piste-oriented ski that performs with the utmost precision in more demanding terrain.

We say

Like a lot of the Kästle’s that we tested, the MX84 felt like a well constructed, solid, serious bit of kit. In chopped up conditions and crud it blasts through the snow with ease, and feels powerful enough to really push on to high speeds. It feels at its strongest when tilted up to big edge angles and skied at high speeds. Out of all of the all mountain skis we tested, it was one of the strongest performers for high speed work. At slower speeds, it feels a bit more cumbersome and quite slow to get up onto the edge.

Tester Comments

Derek Chandler
Servicing wasn’t great on this ski. Probably suits softer, deeper snow in long turns
Aaron Tipping
Strong in chopped up crud, once angle is created it’s strong enough through the turn