Easily navigate steep groomers, tight trees, and long bump runs on the front side loving Nordica Navigator 85 Ski. This 85mm underfoot ski is built to go quickly edge to edge and provide exceptional response and precise control all over the mountain thanks to the All Mountain rocker profile, tight turn radius, and powerful construction. The All Mountain rocker profile features rocker in the tip and tail with a healthy camber section underfoot. This combination allows the ski to break free and pivot quickly when needed, hold a powerful edge at high speeds, and float over new snow and adverse conditions. This performance inspires confidence no matter the conditions or location. The tight turn radius accentuates this control and versatility by rewarding proper edge technique at high speeds for impressive carving and effortless speed control. Finally the powerful construction is centered around a durable beech and poplar core but really shines thanks to the Hex Bridge Titanal layer. This metal laminate with milled holes does not add significant weight but does greatly enhance power transfer to the edges and enhances overall dampness for a smooth and responsive ride.
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