Nordica Enforcer 104 Free Ski

Nordica Enforcer 104 Free Ski
Nordica Enforcer 104 Free Ski
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Enforcer 104 Free Ski by Nordica
As a fresh addition to the already well-loved Enforcer line, The Nordica Enforcer 104 Free Ski slots in as a midwide option for riders who find themselves ripping resorts and venturing into the backcountry on occasion. The 104mm waist offers the best blend of powder and firm snow control in the line and can thrive on almost any day at the resort by going quickly edge to edge, while still boasting enough volume to handle fresh snow. Rocker in the tip and tail further boosts performance off piste by allowing you to skip through crud and keep your tips up in deep fresh snow, while the camber underfoot offers impressive edge hold on groomers and in dicey situations. A lightweight core sandwiched between carbon, titanal, and fiberglass layers provides a reliable platform that exudes power and control so that you can always trust that these sticks have your back.

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