In 2007, a small group of passionate Austrian skiers, designers and entrepreneurs re-launched the storied Kästle ski brand after almost 10 years of dormancy. With support from strategic partners and investors Cross Industries Inc., owners of KTM motorcycles, Kästle now manufactures high performance skis and ski apparel. The ski line offers choices from on-piste carving specialists to freeski mountaineering, as well as dedicated freeride models. Kästle is headquartered in the heart of the Austrian Alps, where all its skis are designed, tested and produced. Kästle skis are available at selected North American and European retailers. Visit Kästle >


Kästle Skis
Looking for some weekend inspiration? Check out Kästle guide and photographer Jakob Schweighofer Facebook page (Jakob Schweighofer Photographs) covering his journeys from around the world.
Andrea Naviaux
Love my 168 BMX 98's more than any other ski I've ever owned, and was stoked to see their return, but I am SO disappointed that the 2014/15 MX 98's do not come in a 168. I wanted to purchase them again, but now I'm forced to buy another brand. :-( I still love you (and love correcting people who pronounce Kästle "castle"...), but shame on Kästle!
Kästle Skis
Day dreaming of skiing? Kästle athlete Griffin Post just returned from an epic in Chile. Read more about what Chile's backcountry serves up here:
Piero Ramella
Call me please !
Visit Kästle on FACEBOOK >



Kästle, storied Austrian ski manufacturer, announces effective July 1, 2014 the establishment of Kästle USA.  The creation of Kästle USA will greatly benefit retailers with new investments in marketing and other tools to help elevate brand awareness while improving logistics and communication by adding

View all Kästle PRESS RELEASES >

recent coverage

Kastle FX94 skiis featured in the Outside "Winter Toys" product guide.


account managers