The defending champion Ski of the Year is back again this season, and you have your chance to get your hands on the Nordica Enforcer while you can! This best-selling ski is the perfect one ski quiver for aggressive skiers looking for a highly versatile ski that can tackle any condition, at any mountain, any day of the week. A 100mm waist and an 18.5m (@185cm) makes the Enforcer unbelievably nimble and agile when you are zipping through the trees, making tight turns on the groomers, or opening them up and letting them rip down a wide open, untracked bowl. The Enforcer has its own rocker profile with a rockered tip for easy turn initiation, flotation and maneuverability. Camber underfoot delivers a strong edge hold on the snow, and a high amount of rebound. A small amount of rocker in the tail improves the way the ski rides in bumps, powder, and releases the ski from turns effortlessly. Nordica's Energy 2 Titanium Construction is straight off of the World Cup, but the beauty of the ski is the fact that it does not need to be skied at full throttle at the time, but it can if you need it to. When you want to enforce your will on the mountain, the Nordica Enforcer better be on your feet!
I was lucky enough to get a pair last season, and there isn't anything that the Enforcer cannot do. Very stable at high speeds, great grip on icy conditions, does great in powder, super fun to ski on the groomers.
A: If you are more of a tentative skier the 177cm would be the better option for your weight, ability. If you tend to ski more aggressively the 185cm would be the best size for you.
Answered : Oct 21, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I'm 6'1", 190 pounds, advanced skier. I like carving on groomers, steeps and going off piste. Presently on Volkl RTM 84's at 181cm. I was wondering what length you would recommend for the Nordica Enforcer? Also, what binding would you recommend?