Nordica Enforcer 110 Free Ski

Nordica Enforcer 110 Free Ski
Nordica Enforcer 110 Free Ski
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Enforcer 110 Free Ski by Nordica
Your Nordica Enforcer 110 Skis lay down the law and it's best if you don't argue. Designed to ski deep powder and post storm chop with a freestyle mindset, the Enforcer sports a beefy 110mm waist that provides all of the float and stability you demand when riding fast through variable snow conditions. When you start to hit top speed you will be reassured by the damp and powerful construction that allows you to use the tail like a gas pedal to regain control and straight line to safety. Factor in the easy turning radius and snag free shape and you have a pair of sticks that will help you enjoy powder days and express yourself on natural terrain.

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SKU: NORP07E
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