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Nordica Hell and Back Skis

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Nordica Hell and Back Skis
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Overview

Best Use: All Mountain Wide skis are one-quiver for on/off-trail

All Mountain Wide skis are one-quiver for on/off-trail

Width: Medium - ideal for all-mountain, off-trail versatility

Medium - ideal for all-mountain, off-trail versatility

Rocker Profile: Tip Rocker/Camber skis for edge hold; easy turn initiation

Tip Rocker/Camber skis for edge hold; easy turn initiation

 

The Nordica Hell and Back Skis are a lightweight and versatile pair of skis that you can ride all over the mountain in most hellish of conditions. Early Rise camRock pulls the tip back 25% creating a slight tip rocker. This means that you will have increased floatation, velocity and maneuverability in soft snow. This style of camRock will also make it easier to initiate turns in any condition. These skis are constructed with i-Core Technology which utilizes its wood core to lighten the weight by 20% helping to make these skis a little more playful. Whether you like the side country, back country or the front side of the mountain, the Nordica Hell and Back Skis offer you all-mountain access on an awesome pair of sticks.


 

Skill Range: Expert-Pro



Specifications
Ski Gear Intended Use  All Mountain What Binding is Included?  None Binding DIN  N/A
Binding Weight Range  N/A Tip/Waist/Tail Widths  135-98-125mm (@ 169cm) Tail Profile  Flared
Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length  17m (@ 169cm) Construction Type  Sidewall Core Material  Wood
Warranty  One Year Skill Range  Model Year  2013
Model Number  0A214100 001 169 Product ID  277190   
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Hi, I'm Steve, I just got off the Nordica Hell and Back. I give this 5/5 stars, its absolutely one of my favorite skis I've skied. I think its appropriately named, it takes you to hell, and brings you right back. This ski is fast, it is ver...Read More
 
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Hi this is Hans. I just came off the Nordica Hell and Back. This ski is a full side wall construction. Its got 98 underneath the foot. If you kind of gave this ski a little bit of a surfy feel. It skis incredible. Real smooth. Can't push it...Read More
 
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Hi, Tom here, with the Nordica Hell and Back, 5/5 even more if I was allowed to. This thing is a rocket, tons of power, tons of edge hold, but you don't have to force it to do anything. You can ski as aggressively, as you want, you can hamm...Read More
 
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Q: How well do you think these skis would handle in the park? I am not primarily in the park but might hit a few rails and jumps here and there?
Asked : Feb 23, 2013
By : Jacob
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A: This is in no way intended to be a park ski of any sort. That being said it is every powerful and playful all mountain ripper. So while it won't ski switch well and isn't ideal for hitting rails it will be a lot of fun boosting jumps and in the half pipe from time to time.
Answered : Feb 25, 2013
By : Thom, Product Specialist
Q: what size brake on marker bindings do i need for a ski that is sized 90 under foot. found marker bindings in 90 or 110
Asked : Nov 10, 2012
By : doug, carbondale, co
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A: For all skis you generally want to size your Marker brakes between 5mm and 10mm wider than the ski. This allows the brakes to have enough room not to clip the sides of the skis while still being tight enough to the skis to not drag when carving. I would recommend looking for a Marker binding with 100mm brakes or switching out the brakes for a set of 100mm replacement brakes for the best fit.
Answered : Nov 13, 2012
By : Dru, Customer Care
 
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