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Overview

Best Use: All Mountain skis are for on-trail; some off-trail ability

All Mountain skis are for on-trail; some off-trail ability

Width: Narrow - ideal for on-trail, hardpack & groomed conditions

Narrow - ideal for on-trail, hardpack & groomed conditions

Flex: Medium - the casual skier with athletic ability

Medium - the casual skier with athletic ability

Rocker Profile: Rocker/Camber/Rocker skis for versatile all-mountain

Rocker/Camber/Rocker skis for versatile all-mountain

 

The new Nordica Navigator 85 makes a solid ski for the intermediate to advanced skier looking for a very well rounded ride for the groomers and light off trail skiing. Nordica's new Titanium Hex Bridge Construction uses a layer of titanium over a laminated Poplar and Beech Wood Core to give you a precise energy transfer, improved edge hold, more rebound and reduced vibrations. Strategic points of the titanium layer have been cut out to reduce the total weight of the ski, while maintaining a strong performance when you bring the Navigator up to speed. The Blunt Nose Tip increases your flotation and control in fresh or broken snow, with an easy turn initiation. The 85mm waist delivers smooth skiing when the slopes become cruddy, and deliberate turns when you feel like hitting the bumps. If you are looking for a lightweight ride that will be highly versatile the new Nordica Navigator 85 will be the perfect ski for you.


  • All-Mountain camRock Profile
  • Titanium Hex Bridge
  • Blunt Nose Tip Shape
  • Recommended Bindings: Look SPX 12, Tyrolia Attack 13, Salomon STH WTR 13, Marker Griffon
  • Recommended Brake Size: 85-100mm


Skill Range: Intermediate-Advanced

 

Specifications
Ski Gear Intended Use All Mountain Tip/Waist/Tail Widths 124/85/109 (@179cm) Tail Profile Flared
Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length 16.5m (@179cm) Construction Type Sidewall Core Material Wood w/ Metal Laminate
Metal Layer Dual Warranty One Year Skill Range Intermediate - Advanced
Model Year 2018 Model Number 0A708700.172 Product ID 469864
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stable, quick turning at Boyne, good on corduroy
 
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First new skis in a while. Either I am lucky or the technology and design has really improved but Nordica Navigator 85 are amazing. Stable. FIne with mellow or really hard skiing. LIght and lively. Fun. Make me think I can do anything....Read More
 
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Hi I'm Ryan, I just got off the Nordica Navigator 85. I give this ski 4 out of 5 stars. For someone who is looking for a ski that is a very good waist width to be able to do everything on the mountain; whether it be go down groomers, hop in...Read More
 
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Q: hi there! I hesitate between the Nav85 and the Nav90. I am an advanced skier and like to push hard from time to time, looking for my one quiver, the thing is that I'm pretty light for my height (5.10" & 145lbs) that's why I think the 85 would offer enough flotation for soft snow days, routes. Not sure about stiffness though, would still be stable at high speed? I'm also considering the Volkl Kanjo as alternative. thanks!
Asked : Mar 20, 2018
By : James, madrid
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A: You are correct, based on your weight you do not typically need a wider ski to give you flotation in deeper snow. Both the Navigator and Kanjo are not overly stiff that I would see it being a problem for you. Both of those skis would be a good option if you spend the majority of your time on the groomers and dabble off piste.
Answered : Mar 21, 2018
By : Adam, United States
Q: I was thinking to buy the Navigator 85 with Marker F10 bindings to do some Ski Tours as well. Is it a big sacrifice on the performance?
Asked : Mar 16, 2018
By : Reza, Munich
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A: I personally would steer you toward the Navigator 90. The extra 5mm underfoot will offer a little more flotation. The Tour F10 works well both in-bounds and out. It would be a pretty versatile set-up that would allow you to tour.
Answered : Mar 19, 2018
By : Adam, United States
Q: HI, I'm an intermediate/advanced skier returning to the sport after a few years, athletic, but ski mostly with kids these days, on Midwest groomers and some trips to the Great Lakes resorts. 5'11, 170lbs. Would like advice on either the 172 or 179 cm Navigator 85. How much does the rocker change the effective edge of this ski? Should I go longer or stay short and use a different ski for family trips out of the Midwest? Upgrading from a 20+ yr old pair of K2 Two's in 178cm.
Asked : Mar 09, 2018
By : Matt, Wisconsin
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A: Based on your weight, ability and location I would recommend the 176cm for you. The rocker profile makes the ski feel about 5cm shorter than a traditionally cambered ski.
Answered : Mar 12, 2018
By : Adam, United States
Q: is this a traditional cambered ski with a rocker tip and tail? How does this compare to the Navigator 80?
Asked : Mar 06, 2018
By : Bob, Camas, WA
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A: The Navigator has a slightly rockered tip, camber underfoot and a small amount of rocker in the tail. The Navigator 80 has a nearly identical construction and flex pattern.
Answered : Mar 07, 2018
By : Adam, United States
Q: I'm about the size of Thom who has a review of the Nordica Navigator 80 for you on youtube. I don't have his ability though. I mostly ski on the piste but sometimes face chopped up conditions. I currently ski on Liberty variant 87 172 cm. These skis are don't really work that well for me especially on some ice. I want something that carves easier that is primarily a ski for on the trail but won't kill me if I have to go through some crud. Really like all your reviews on the navigator 80. I would say I am a 5 or 6 out of 10 skier right now that is looking to get a lot better. Really need to work on smoothing out my turns. I'm 5'11" and 230 lbs. Could I get away with 167cm or do I need to go longer?
Asked : Mar 06, 2018
By : Bob, Camas, WA
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A: Based on your weight, ability and terrain choices I think the Navigator 90 in 179cm would be the best option for you.
Answered : Mar 07, 2018
By : Adam, United States
Q: I am 5' 10" 168 lb advanced intermediate skier from Utah. I am perfecting the carve turn and love making short to medium radius turns on piste. I also do a lot of night skiing which means the nice smooth corduroy is long gone and I am often skiing through a lot of chopped up snow. I am also concerned about edge hold for those times when it has not snowed for a week and the runs are hard and fast. I would rather turn aggressively than go straight so I probably don't hit high speeds. I am not looking for a one quiver ski as I own skis in the 90+ waist width. The Nordic Navigator 85 appears to be a great ski to select for variable snow conditions. I am not sure which length would be best for me. 172 or 179?
Asked : Mar 01, 2018
By : Rune, Cottonwood Heights, Utah
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A: The Navigator 85 would make a great ski for the conditions you are describing. It rides very well through crud and chopped up snow. Based on your weight, ability, location and terrain choices I would recommend the 179cm for you.
Answered : Mar 02, 2018
By : Adam, United States
Q: I'm 6'3'' 200 lbs advanced intermediate looking for a one ski quiver and am taking a long look at the navigator 85. However, I'm up in the air as to which length will be best for me. 179 or 186? Does the navigator ski a little long or true to length?
Asked : Feb 04, 2018
By : Lane, Augusta, GA
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A: Based on your weight and ability I would recommend the 179cm for you if you are not very aggressive on the mountain. If you are on the more aggressive side you should jump up to the 186cm. The Navigator rides a little shorter than it measures due to the rocker profile and mounting position.
Answered : Feb 05, 2018
By : Adam, United States
 

 

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