• Nordica

    Enforcer 100

    $799.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    Armed with no shortage of accolades, the Enforc- er 100 offers legendary all mountain performanceand plenty of smiles. For a ride that’s especially smooth and stable, it pairs a full wood core with two sheets of metal. In addition to dampening vibrations, this enhances stability and response. Smooth, powerful, and playful, the Enforcer 100 is up for anything.

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    Nordica

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    Skiers Choice

    No

    Dimensions

    133-100-121 @ 185cm

    Lengths

    169, 177, 185, 193cm

    Radius

    18.5m (185cm)

    Features

    Energy 2 Titanium Construction

    Guide-year

    2018

    Product-collection

    Brand Catalog

  • Nordica

    Enforcer 110

    $849.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    Nordica designed the updated Enforcer 110 to suit the needs of someone who wants a wider ski but doesn’t necessarily want to work hard to drive the ski forward and keep it on edge. Traditional camber underfoot has the familiar edge-hold that’s ideal for groomers and variable snow, while the rockered blunt tip and tail and wide platform allow the ski to float through powder. Rocker in the tip and tail also makes starting and finishing turns smoother and easier due to the gradual transition to and from the effective edge.

    In order to keep the Enforcer 110 lighter and more playful in soft snow than the 100 and 93 versions, Nordica introduced something they call Energy 2 Titanium Balsa, which adds balsa wood into the poplar and beech core, as well as two thin layers of carbon to help compensate for the now lighter core. Two strips of metal (titanal) help stiffen the ski up. While skiing the Enforcer 110 at Big Sky, I felt it had an inconsistent flex pattern when skiing at higher speeds. The tail of the ski seemed solid, but the tip was like a bull about to enter the rodeo: a lot of energy, but not quite sure what to do with it.

    Nevertheless, the Enforcer 110 is a great ski for someone that wants a daily driver that is a little on the wider side. The rocker in the tip and tail makes it very easy to turn, and the camber underfoot is essential for everyday versatility. As long as straightlining is not on the agenda, this ski will make a lot of people very happy. —Dane Weister

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    Nordica

    Brand Website Click Here
    Skiers Choice

    No

    Dimensions

    140-110-129

    Guide-year

    2018

    Product-collection

    The Best Every Day Skis of the Year

    Product-type

    skis

    Lengths

    169, 177, 185, 191cm

    Radius

    18.5m

  • Nordica

    Enforcer 110

    $849.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    How do you make a powder day even better? Spend it on the Enforcer 110, the most advanced powder ski we’ve ever crafted. Designed to cater to soft snow, the Enforcer 110 is as powerful as it is playful. To keep the ski’s weight in check while maximizing fun, it pairs a balsa wood core with carbon and two sheets of metal. This design also enhances response and dampens vibrations for an especially smooth ride. For all mountain performance tailored to soft snow, choose the Enforcer 110.

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    Nordica

    Brand Website Click Here
    Skiers Choice

    No

    Dimensions

    140-110-129 @ 185cm

    Lengths

    169, 177, 185, 191cm

    Radius

    18.5m (185cm)

    Features

    Energy 2 Titanium Balsa Construction

    Guide-year

    2018

    Product-collection

    Brand Catalog

  • Nordica

    Enforcer 110

    $849.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    Nordica designed the updated Enforcer 110 to suit the needs of someone who wants a wider ski but doesn’t necessarily want to work hard to drive the ski forward and keep it on edge. Traditional camber underfoot has the familiar edge-hold that’s ideal for groomers and variable snow, while the rockered blunt tip and tail and wide platform allow the ski to float through powder. Rocker in the tip and tail also makes starting and finishing turns smoother and easier due to the gradual transition to and from the effective edge.

    In order to keep the Enforcer 110 lighter and more playful in soft snow than the 100 and 93 versions, Nordica introduced something they call Energy 2 Titanium Balsa, which adds balsa wood into the poplar and beech core, as well as two thin layers of carbon to help compensate for the now lighter core. Two strips of metal (titanal) help stiffen the ski up. While skiing the Enforcer 110 at Big Sky, I felt it had an inconsistent flex pattern when skiing at higher speeds. The tail of the ski seemed solid, but the tip was like a bull about to enter the rodeo: a lot of energy, but not quite sure what to do with it.

    Nevertheless, the Enforcer 110 is a great ski for someone that wants a daily driver that is a little on the wider side. The rocker in the tip and tail makes it very easy to turn, and the camber underfoot is essential for everyday versatility. As long as straightlining is not on the agenda, this ski will make a lot of people very happy. —Dane Weister

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    Nordica

    Brand Website Click Here
    Skiers Choice

    No

    Dimensions

    140-110-129

    Lengths

    169, 177, 185, 191

    Radius

    18.5

    Guide-year

    2018

    Product-collection

    The Best Skis of the Year

    Product-type

    skis

  • Nordica

    Enforcer 93

    $749.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    Equipped with a narrower waist, the Enforcer 93 loves to be on edge. No wonder it’s a favorite among skiers who spend most of their time on trails. A full wood core sandwiched between two sheets of metal offers exceptional stability and response and dampens vibrations for an especially smooth ride. It also provides exceptional edge hold to inspire confidence and lay down powerful and precise turns. Elevate your skiingand your expectationswith the Enforcer 93.

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    Nordica

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    Skiers Choice

    No

    Dimensions

    126-93-114 @ 185cm

    Lengths

    169, 177, 185, 193cm

    Radius

    18.5m (185cm)

    Features

    Energy 2 Titanium Construction

    Guide-year

    2018

    Product-collection

    Brand Catalog

  • Nordica

    Enforcer PRO

    $849.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    For those who demand more, the Enforcer Pro delivers. As the widest and stiffest ski in the Enforcer collection, it craves deep powder days and sweeping turns. For exceptional stability and response, it pairs a new balsa wood core with carbon and two sheets of metal, which dampen vibrations while keeping the ski light and easy to maneuver. Its longer radius ensures the ski is at home making powerful and precise turns. Powerful and playful, the Enforcer Pro is perfect for those who push the limits.

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    Nordica

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    Skiers Choice

    Yes

    Dimensions

    143-115-132 @ 191cm

    Lengths

    191cm

    Radius

    21.5m @ 191cm

    Features

    Energy 2 Titanium Balsa Construction

    Guide-year

    2018

    Product-collection

    Brand Catalog

  • Nordica

    Enforcer Pro 115

    $849.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    The Nordica Enforcer Pro 115 is meant for aggressive Western skiers who like big lines. Available only in a 191-centimeter length, and with two sheets of Titanal sandwiching a poplar/beech/balsa core, the new Enforcer Pro 115 is an energetic chunder horse that likes to go fast.

    For a place like Big Sky, Montana, or Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where the runs are long, steep, and wide-open, this is an ideal powder ski. But it’s not all power and drive. While the ski is primarily stable and great edge to edge, it still has enough play to get out of turns.

    Joe Sagona, one of the strongest skiers at Powder Week, loved it.

    “This is a fantastic ski,” he said. “It skis well on a big hill, with just enough pop to feel nimble yet incredibly stable when I stomped on it. It has great power out of the turn.”

    The ski isn’t for everybody, or every condition, but for the biggest lines on the deepest days, the Nordica Enforcer Pro 115 will deliver glory. —John Clary Davies

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    Nordica

    Brand Website Click Here
    Skiers Choice

    No

    Dimensions

    143-115-132

    Lengths

    191

    Radius

    21.5

    Guide-year

    2018

    Product-collection

    The Best Aggressive Skis of the Year

    Product-type

    skis

  • Nordica

    Santa Ana 110

    $849.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    The Nordica Santa Ana 110 stands apart on the women’s ski market for the two sheets of metal and carbon that sandwich the wood core.

    Wait—metal in a 110-underfoot women’s ski? That’s a ski marketer’s nightmare. Most women are intimidated by metal. I understand. Metal adds weight and stiffness to the ski, making it more difficult to ski.

    But metal also gives a skier confidence. It gives the ski the strength to cut through the snow, not skip on top of it. Personally, I lose confidence the minute I feel bucked around and thrown into the backseat. That happens the most when I click in to lightweight skis that don’t have a spine. Conversely, a ski I can cut into the snow with, that I can trust to lean into and drive, that’s a ski that makes me feel like I’m a really good skier. And that’s the Santa Ana.

    It’s not a heavy ski. Nordica lightened up the guts of the ski so they could compensate for the added weight in the metal. The wood core is a combination of lighter weight woods poplar, beech, and balsa. Above and below the core are layers of Titanium and carbon. The result is a powerful, stable ski that will unlock the mountain for any female wanting to take their skiing to the next level.

    The best chairlift at Big Sky is a triple named Challenger. It’s a slow ride up a face with a healthy amount of pitch. Some of the best lines weave between the lift towers. Conditions are typically windbuff supreme. It’s a zone I lapped many times at Powder Week on many different skis. Some skis wanted to turn—a lot, too much. Others didn’t want to turn at all—and I feared for my knees. But on the Nordica Santa Anas, I found my stride in my first lap. The second lap, I pushed the gas petal. By the third, fourth, and fifth laps, I wasn’t even thinking about my skis. I was thinking about how much I love to fly. —Julie Brown

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    Nordica

    Brand Website Click Here
    Skiers Choice

    No

    Dimensions

    140-110-129

    Lengths

    161, 169, 177

    Radius

    16.5

    Guide-year

    2018

    Product-collection

    The Best Skis for Women

    Product-type

    skis

  • Nordica

    Santa Ana 110

    $849.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    The Nordica Santa Ana 110 stands apart on the women’s ski market for the two sheets of metal and carbon that sandwich the wood core.

    Wait—metal in a 110-underfoot women’s ski? That’s a ski marketer’s nightmare. Most women are intimidated by metal. I understand. Metal adds weight and stiffness to the ski, making it more difficult to ski.

    But metal also gives a skier confidence. It gives the ski the strength to cut through the snow, not skip on top of it. Personally, I lose confidence the minute I feel bucked around and thrown into the backseat. That happens the most when I click in to lightweight skis that don’t have a spine. Conversely, a ski I can cut into the snow with, that I can trust to lean into and drive, that’s a ski that makes me feel like I’m a really good skier. And that’s the Santa Ana.

    It’s not a heavy ski. Nordica lightened up the guts of the ski so they could compensate for the added weight in the metal. The wood core is a combination of lighter weight woods poplar, beech, and balsa. Above and below the core are layers of Titanium and carbon. The result is a powerful, stable ski that will unlock the mountain for any female wanting to take their skiing to the next level.

    The best chairlift at Big Sky is a triple named Challenger. It’s a slow ride up a face with a healthy amount of pitch. Some of the best lines weave between the lift towers. Conditions are typically windbuff supreme. It’s a zone I lapped many times at Powder Week on many different skis. Some skis wanted to turn—a lot, too much. Others didn’t want to turn at all—and I feared for my knees. But on the Nordica Santa Anas, I found my stride in my first lap. The second lap, I pushed the gas petal. By the third, fourth, and fifth laps, I wasn’t even thinking about my skis. I was thinking about how much I love to fly. —Julie Brown

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    Nordica

    Brand Website Click Here
    Skiers Choice

    No

    Dimensions

    140-110-129

    Lengths

    161, 169, 177

    Radius

    16.5

    Guide-year

    2018

    Product-collection

    The Best Skis of the Year

    Product-type

    skis

  • Nordica

    Strider Pro 130

    $849.00

    Manufacturer's Description

    Nordica put a lot into the new Strider Pro 130 boot. First of all, their tri-fit infrared customization process may be the most accurate way to fit boots quickly and perfectly. Out of the box, I found the heel pocket to be very tight, but the quick molding process got the boots dialed on the first try. The Strider comes with Nordica’s proprietary 3D Cork Fit liner, which is warm, comfortable, conformable, and lends a significant amount of rigidity to the boot.

    The 12 degrees of forward lean put me a little bit more forward than I like to be, but I got used to it quickly, and never felt punished for leaning back on a descent where I encountered a whole lot of breakable crust and refrozen ice chunks. Nordica’s use of Michelin rubber on the Strider’s Gripwalk soles is not only hilarious (there’s a little Michelin man on them), but also functional. I found the Strider Pro 130’s soles to be very grippy and more durable than many of its competitors. The hike mode on this boot only boasts 46 degrees range of motion, but it’s easy to engage and extremely smooth on the skin track.

    The Strider Pro 130 certainly isn’t the lightest crossover boot, but it is one of the stiffest, most comfortable, well-built options available this year.
    —Alex Buecking

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    Nordica

    Brand Website Click Here
    Skiers Choice

    No

    Flex

    130

    Last

    100

    Guide-year

    2018

    Product-collection

    The Best Ski Boots with a Walk Mode

    Product-type

    ski boots