WOOD SKI KASTELAAR
Handmade
INNOVATION, ECOLOGICAL
FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE

DESIGNED TO MINIMIZE THE VIBRATIONS OF SKIS

Kastelaar has managed, through an innovative way of conceiving the skis,
to MINIMIZE AND NATURALLY, THE SKI VIBRATIONS.
Vibrations are the critical element of this sports equipment which compromise its performance and functionality.
Starting from the wood, a material able to drastically reduce the vibrations and, eliminating the contrary, those who amplifies or the metal (titanal) and other plastic auxiliary materials of modern skiing, we have arrived, following this scientific approach, to the realization of a ski almost solid wood completely "modernized."
Bringing it to its highest this amount of wood in skiing reduces vibrations to a minimum in a natural way: SCI BECOME MORE POWERFUL: NOT TIRED, AND VERY STABLE, EASY AND EVEN MANAGED TO HIGH SPEED, SENDS SAFETY and OFFERS GREAT SEAL on icy and hard surfaces.

SOLUTIONS
AND TECNIQUES

To achieve these skis, seemingly simple, Kastelaar has had to invent a whole host of technical features scratch and unique to this modern generation of solid wood skis, partly drawing on the tradition.
Are more than twenty solutions and almost invisible devices applied to the wood and to skis made largely without having to resort to auxiliary materials or anyway minimizing their use.
In particular, today the cutting of the boards occurs through robotised machines and the "collage" of various composite materials, "to adjust" so should the twist, the elastic response and neutralize the defects of the wood, have all been designed and engineered with specific software.
The assembly of solid wood with carbon fibers, Kevlar and glass fibers (which are used in minor amounts necessary possible), impregnated in proprietary structural epoxy resins, is wet on wet to create a branching of the polymer in 3D and not 2D (as is the case for all modern skiing through the hot bonding at 120 ° using dry materials ") in order to create a monolithic structure and avoid any delamination. the whole is subjected to a uniform pressure of more than 100 tons" in cold. "the final curing time is longer than one week, but the ski structure has nothing to do with all that. Even today, after more than ten years from the first pair and have made countless products, we do not have no broken skis.

ADVANTAGES AND PERFORMANCE
OF THESE Skis
WILL SURPRISE

Each ski model clearly has its own unique characteristics, but all have in common a good contact snow-skier, high stability, good edge grip, conduction, high comfort, maximum safety at high speeds, superb aesthetics. You really want to have fun as skiing, in safety and in freedom, you tire less for the same performances offered.

  • Thanks to total structure in wood and absence of metal (titanal), Kastelaar skis have the broadest range of use in the market. They are number one: aggressive in the hard, sweet and fun in the easy, always without tiring. Moreover, because of wood, the structure becomes more toned at low temperatures and softer at high. This allows you to always have your skis best suited to each season and type of snow. All in a natural way.

YOU'RE FREE, YOU'RE KASTELAAR

  • Our skis have shown practically to have a sealing and a superior stability to any other ski with equal dimensions and on all types of snow. This allows you to ski in absolute safety always, with confidence where as you want and you like it.


Kastelaar

Vibrations in less50%
Innovations applied21
Cold bonding3D
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Vantaggi

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Adrenalina & Polveriera

Asiago (Vi, Ita) - 2016
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Portillo 1966

50th Anniversary of Victory Carlo Senoner 14-09-2016
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Nordico Must

Cherry wood version
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Polveriera

Lele on Canalone Holzer (Dolomites)
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Testastretta

Hot dog (Hickory) & Squadracorse (Ash)
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Free-ski

Cristallo, Ghiaccio, 1936 Alpino, Polveriera...
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Kastelaar for Carrera

Ispo Munchen 2014
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Adrenalina

159 & 169
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Quattrovalvole

Kitzbuhel (Aut) - 2011
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Stand Kastelaar

Vicenza Expo -2012
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Scufoneda 2016

Stand Kastelaar
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Vertigine Must

Hickory wood & carbon fiber
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Ghiaccio

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Madesino 2016

Stand Kastelaar with Jean Claude Ellena
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Easy Cut System

Sidecut with the widest points towards the ski center.
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Cristallo

Rider: Mikael Garcin
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1936 Alpino

Rider: Mikael Garcin
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Cristallo

Kastelaar & telemark binding “The M” (Moena -TN, 2016)
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Lupo Bianco

Backcountry on Monte Verena (Vi - Ita)
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Nordico 505 e 460RM

Wooden version of fir and cedar wood version.
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Kastelaar skis

Folgaria (Tn – Ita) - 2013
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Nordico 505 Must

Particular
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Vertigine Bianca

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Artesina 2015

Kastelaar sponsor Word Tour Freeride Qualifier
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Nordico 505

The right signature of its creator: Renato Molinaro
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Nordico 505

Ski with particular system for longitudinal displacement ski binding.
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Nordico

Cross-country classic and skating
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Ispo 2016

Kastelaar stand at "The M" Binding, Ispo Award winner in 2015.
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Grande leggerezza

Nordic is by far one of the lightest on the market from cross-country skiing.
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Quattrovalvole 2010

The first tests in Val Senales with Andrea Borgo, Daniel Borgo, Francesco Canal. In the photo of Giovannini: Daniele Borgo (Ita) test skis.
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Sbriseda 2105

Kastelaar and circuit sponsors 1000 Slalom in Marmolada, and in 11 other locations of the Alps and Apennines.

Contact

KASTELAAR
Contrà Santa Corona, 5 -36100 Vicenza – Italia – e-mail: info@kastelaar.com