If your game is ripping frontside groomers, bouncing through bumps, and navigating trees, the Nordica Enforcer 93 will be your new best friend. This beast of an all mountain ski will handle like a race ski when you need it to and have the versatility of a pow ski when new snow falls. To handle hard skiers, Nordica sandwiched a responsive beech and poplar core with two sheets of Titanal and fiberglass, which gives the Enforcer a powerful feel that you can trust as you rip through crud at high speeds. To thrive on different types of terrain the Enforcer 93 features early rise in the tip and tail and camber underfoot that is combined with a blunt nose profile to effectively balance edge control, float, and maneuverability for a reliable ride no matter the conditions. The early rise in the tip adds float in new snow and over crud while the camber underfoot results and in powerful energy transfer to your edges. Meanwhile the rocker in the tail and the blunt nose let you break free from your edge and smear turns when you need to scrub speed in the trees. To make sure you are keeping up with your friends the Enforcer comes equipped with a sintered base that holds wax effectively for minimal upkeep and maximum speed.
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