Nordica Santa Ana 93 Ski - Women's

Nordica Santa Ana 93 Ski - Women's
Nordica Santa Ana 93 Ski - Women's
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Santa Ana 93 Ski - Women's by Nordica
It's hard to get your non-skiing friends to understand the amount of pure, childlike joy that spawns from careening down a snowy slope with two planks of wood strapped to your feet. Don't worry, Nordica gets you--that's why they designed the Women's Santa Ana 93 Ski, a super fun all-terrain ripper to cruise the resort all day with a giddy, infantile grin plastered to your face the whole ride down.The Santa Ana 93 is the slimmest in Nordica's Santa Ana fleet, making it an ideal choice for on-piste fiends who occasionally venture over to the backside every now and again, and the early rise tip eases turn initiation and helps you stay afloat in case you encounter that elusive white fluffy stuff. The balsa wood core is playful and poppy, with two layers of Titanal to add power while you're ripping it under the lift, and carbon prepreg laminates to increase edge grip and stability.

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