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Nordica Enforcer Ski


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    We don't take kindly to lawbreakers.

    Keeping order on steep slopes is a tough job, but somebody has to do it, and who better than the lawman who's riding the Nordica Enforcer Ski? Whether you're rounding up rustlers on groomers, chasing down scoundrels in the trees, or tearing up pow in pursuit of purloiners, the Enforcer's moderate 100mm waist and quick but stable feel will help you have more fun than any respectable sheriff should, so you can hit the whole mountain hard while maintaining law and order.

    There's nothing particularly revolutionary about the Enforcer's construction, but there doesn't have to be since it's such a solid ski. Nordica built it with an ash and poplar core that gives it a surprisingly poppy and nimble character, without making it feel flimsy, so you can boost off small lips and little pillows without giving up stability when it's time to hammer through chop. The Energy 2 Titanium construction lays down a Titanal laminate on either side of the core to supply the damp and stable feel that only metal can provide, while full ABS sidewalls prevent the Enforcer from twisting under serious edging forces and flapping around when you're hitting extra-legal speeds.

    The Enforcer has a pretty traditional shape with traditional camber for solid edge hold, tip rocker for just enough float in pow, and a tiny smidgen of tail rocker to let you get loose in soft snow. It's also cribbed the snubbed low-profile Hammerhead nose from the Patron, so you won't have to deal with excess vibration or a hooky feel in the tip.

    • All-Mountain CamRock (rockered tip and camber underfoot)
    • Sandwich construction
    • ABS sidewalls
    • Hammerhead nose
    • Ash and poplar core
    • Pre-preg fiberglass laminates
    • Titanal reinforcement
    • UHMW sintered Electra Graphite base
    • Item #NOR001M

    Tech Specs

    169 cm, 177 cm, 185 cm, 193 cm
    133 / 100 / 121 mm
    Turn Radius
    [169cm] 15.5 m, [177cm] 16.5 m, [185cm] 18.5 m, [193cm] 20.5 m
    All-Mountain CamRock (rockered tip, camber underfoot)
    sandwich (ABS sidewall)
    ash, poplar, prepreg fiberglass laminates, Titanal
    UHMW sintered Electra Graphite
    Recommended Use
    freeride, all-mountain
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Nordica does it again!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    A few years ago I was trying to find a pair of Volkl Mantras to demo locally when the salesperson suggested the Nordica HotRod Hellcats after determining my skiing/riding preferences. I bought the Hellcats after about 2 hours of demo time and have loved them hard (I ski & board 40+days/yr.) for the last 4 years. Last year I saw a pair of Enforcers still in the plastic wrap on Craigslist for 50% off list and although I had barely started looking at replacement options for my Hellcats a few Googled reviews of the Enforcers had me plunking down cash with blazing speed. These are amazing skis that blast through anything like the Hellcats but even lighter, wider & floatier in the deep stuff.
    FYI I am male, 59, expert skier/boarder and usually board on pow days (178 Dupraz D1, 178 Dupraz D1 ++, 168 Volkl Selecta, 178 Nitro Swallowtail foam core) but have skied for 55 years and will tackle most anything except cliffs & jumps due to healthcare costs & recovery time ; )

    Top level all mountain ski

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    This is Nordica's more aggressive all mountain ski that can be compared to its less aggressive cousin in the Nordica lineup, the NRGY series.

    This ski is aggressive with a forgiving afterthought. What i mean by that is it will challenge you to go fast and make deep carves due to the responsive ash/poplar core reinforced with metal. Normally skis with an ash poplar combination feel lively and flexible, but when metal is added to the core it stiffens the ski up to be less distracted by bumps and varied terrain. However the ski still helps you recover in that the camber underfoot is subtle so it wont feel like its driving you, and the reduced width in the tail will allow you to slide or drift your turns if you need to make small adjustments mid corner.

    This ski would be an excellent choice for any skier who wants a more aggressive ski to handle 80%-90% of all terrain encountered on the mountain. If your looking for something with comparable levels of performance but you don't want a ski that is as aggressive i would recommend the Nordica NRGY series.

    All-Mountain Fun

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Great all mountain skis
    Stiff and amazing in hardpack and powder
    Camrock allows for smooth and stable gliding
    Dynamic ski allows you to actively crush any terrain
    Early Rise tip allows for easy turning and floating
    More traditional tail allows for maximum carving
    A strong skier can handle the zippy rebound,

    There is no back seat in these skis
    The skis must be managed and any sloppiness gets amplified
    An intermediate skier may be thrown off balance without proper handling