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Kastle 2012

For 2012, Skiershop is featuring a comprehensive collection of Kastle Skis. The company divides their skis by models, so in this dealer review we’ll be briefly going through the line, so you can see which Kastle ski will be right for you. And if they are good enough for Chris Davenport, Griffin Post, Colby J. West among others, we think you’ll be stoked too. Check it…

Kastle BMX – Big Mountain Cross: The BMX series is Kastle’s freeride line, and features early rise and modern freeride sidecuts so you can float pow and crush lines all day.

Shop Kastle BMX Series

Kastle FX – Freeski Mountaineering: The FX Series was designed by mountaineering badass Chris Davenport. They feature a lightweight core and freeride sidecut, and similar to the BMX line they come in a variety of widths and lengths.

Shop Kastle FX Series

Kastle LX and MX – Light Cross and Mountain Cross: These series focus on more traditional skis for all mountain skiing in all conditions. The LX line is a lighter version of the MX which features a sportier user-friendly ski.

Shop Kastle LX and MX Series

Kastle RX and TX – Race Cross and Tour Cross: The RX speaks for itself – race construction, on-piste Alberto Tomba wannabes look no further. The Tour Cross is an ultra-light touring ski with a freeride inspired sidecut similar to the FX line.

Shop Kastle RX Series

Shop Kastle TX Series

Still have questions… Give us a shout and we’ll be happy to chat with you about the gear you’re looking for: 1-800-996-8398.

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UVM Ski and Snowboard Club Kick Off Meeting

Who wants some gear!

UVM’s Ski and Snowboard Club is the second largest in the country with almost 2,000 members. A club that size deserves some recognition, and Skiershop is stoked to be a sponsor. On Wednesday night, Skiershop employees Tim Pelletier and Jeff Neagle were reminiscing on their college days and slinging gear at UVMSSC’s annual kick-off meeting. It was a blast to support such a great club, all with the common goal of shredding hard!

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Snow in the East

Photo Courtesy of Mount Washington Observatory

Last week’s cool down brought the first taste of winter temperatures and dustings of snow across the country, and the mountains of the West weren’t the only winners… The East Coast joined in on the fun as well, with Mount Washington, NH, picking up a coating of the white gold on the 15th and 16th. It was the first time temperatures dipped below freezing since early June! Get ready, it’s coming… – Erme

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