Nordica Astral 88 Ski - Women's

Nordica Astral 88 Ski - Women's
Nordica Astral 88 Ski - Women's
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Astral 88 Ski - Women's by Nordica
Winter has finally arrived--call up your friends, grab your Nordica Women's Astral 88 Skis, and head up to the lifts for some good old-fashioned resort fun. While the 88mm waist isn't designed for super deep days, the Astral 88 is the widest in the Astral collection, making it slightly more all-mountain oriented than its slimmer counterparts. The early rise tip eases turn initiation, and camber underfoot lets you carve groomers to your heart's content.The Astral series uses Nordica's Hex Bridge construction, which pairs a light and playful wood core, with metal laminates to maximize edge hold and response and dampen vibrations for a smooth ride down. These sticks inspire confidence in skiers of all levels, with a zippy turn radius that's easy to maneuver when you decide to head into the trees for a little adventure.

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SKU: NOR003Q
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