Nordica Enforcer 110 Ski

Nordica Enforcer 110 Ski
Nordica Enforcer 110 Ski
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Enforcer 110 Ski by Nordica
You don't ride Nordica's Enforcer 110 Ski; it rides you. Its insatiable appetite for the softest snow takes you all over the resort in search for the best powder, and you have no choice but to charge through all the variable crud standing between you and wherever this ski wants. Hopefully your boots are tight enough, because four layers of carbon and titanal reinforcements keep this ski stiff enough to hit eye-watering speeds without a chatter. As a powder ski, the Enforcer sports a beefy 110mm waist with plenty of rocker in the tip and tail for ripping through the deeps. The low camber ensures full edge contact in order to employ a surprisingly short turn radius for such a fat ski. Nordia's I-Core is a trifecta of poppy poplar, stiff beech, and lightweight balsa wood sandwiched between durable ABS sidewalls that will be easy to tune before next season, and the season after that.

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SKU: NOR003I
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