An all-mountain sidecountry ski that redefines the standard of versatility.
Big storms may be an inconvenience to tourists, but not to you and the Nordica Unleash Hell Ski. While vacationers hunker down indoors, you're floating in and out of the sidecountry gates at speeds far too fast to follow. The ski's modest camber lets you mach to your stashes without pesky plankers spooning your tracks, so you're the first to smear giant turns down the bowls on this fat, fast, and floaty powder stick.
- High Rise Camrock technology features a rockered tip and tail that float effortlessly in pow, while a bit of camber underfoot supplies stability and enables the ski to track comfortably in all snow conditions
- Low, broad "Hammer Head" nose design maximizes on-edge snow contact while reducing unstable tip vibration, a common trait in rockered skis
- i-Core features a full wood core with one integrated stringer of lightweight material in the center that reduces the weight of the ski by 20%, making it extremely playful, responsive, and maneuverable
- Energy CA construction consists of a full wood core from tip to tail and full sidewall construction to offer maximum stability and torsional resistance along with with minimal weight
- Energy CA also has a layer of carbon that maximizes agility and forgiveness
- 113mm waist provides a devilishly fun and versatile ski for slashing big mountain lines
- All-Mountain sidecut makes skiing in any condition or terrain immediately comfortable
- UHMW sintered Electra Gallium base includes carbon black and graphite that increases electrical and thermal conductivity, which reduces friction that leads to speed-killing suction and drag, as well as static build-up that attracts and holds dirt and pollutants on the base
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Just bought these from you and curious on...
Just bought these from you and curious on what the recommendations are for which line to mount the bindings on?
What do you plan on doing with them? The 0 line is even for freeride, knock it back 2 for better float. What size did you get? I would mount them at least -1, but with a 193, probably -2.
I mounted my 185s at -2 and they skied great in all conditions with a forward-driven stance. I would not go any further back as the tails will feel short.
I found that these are surprisingly stable given their very light weight and they are also very poppy and easy to throw around in tight terrain, moreso than the heavier Patrons. Their ability to carve soft groomers is impressive. Their only downside is that I have stuffed a tip a couple times in thick powder due to the low tip height.
not that great
they did not float as well as i expected the tips dive a lot in thick powder, they skied better on hard pack than they did in powder
Awesomely Fun Skis
I am 165 #, 6 feet tall, and ski the 185's. I can ski pretty much anything here is Utah, but don't jump off anything . Been on them 10-15 Utah days with a variety of conditions. Absolutely love these skis. Coming off Volkl Mantra's my first couple runs took a little adjustment but by the end of the day was very comfortable. Bought these as powder skis, and now I am getting rid of the Mantras. Very versatile. Can make the big turns, smear, and let the skis run. Just as good making lots of smaller powder turns. What is really surprising is how much fun they are for carving groomers. Have had some really great carving days. Hit one ice patch where they didn't hold an edge, but I don't expect that out of these skis. For Utah and other high snow areas, these are a quiver of one ski. Lots of fun and confidence inspiring.
How does this campare to the JJ. I am...
How does this campare to the JJ. I am interested in actual weight and swing weight, along with the overal feel. Are there skins for this ski?