Maybe you've spent most of your life on the groomers, but haven't you ever wondered what lies on the other side of the cat track' What if the snow actually is whiter on the other side of that "experts only" rope' If you're feeling that adventurous jones, click into the Nordic Soul Rider Ski and indulge your off-piste fantasies with a do-it-all 97mm waist, a winning combo of traditional camber underfoot and tip and tail rocker, and a lively wood core sandwiched between layers of fiberglass and carbon fiber laminates. The cambered section of the ski means you can rally hardpack and carve into takeoffs without washing out, while the rockered tip and solid waist give you plenty of float in powder, stability at speed, and the the ability to lay down smooth, easy turns in all types of snow. Nordica built the Soul Rider on a light, durable, and energetic wood core to keep it light and nimble, but laid down multiple layers of fiberglass and prepreg carbon fiber to provide plenty of backbone when you're charging like an angry rhino. The ABS sidewalls bring plenty of edging power to the party, and the UHMW base and steel edges keep you moving like greased lightning and turning comfortably on icy hardpack, chundery leftovers, and perfect corduroy.
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