2015 Kästle FX94 ski review. OnTheSnow tested this ski as part of its women’s All-Mountain Back Category.

Both male and female testers skied the unisex FX94 (in different lengths: the women’s test ski was 176 cm), with similar results: High in stability, lower in playfulness. “For advanced through experts only!” says Muecke. “It’s a damp, solid, GS carving ski for a hard-charging woman.” The construction of Kästle’s FX all-mountain freeride series is designed to offer high-performance on the hardpack, while being light enough for touring. The FX94 (94 mm underfoot) includes a thin Titanal base sheet with a mix of ash and silver fir in the core, weight-and-vibration reducing Hollowtech technology (the colorful milled out section in the tip), tip rocker and a hook-free shovel and tail. “This is a stiff, heavy ski for some, but if you’re aggressive, it’ll be the ultimate all-mountain weapon,” says Johnson.