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Nordica Enforcer 94 Skis | 2024

$ 479.97 USD $ 799.95
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Description

The new Enforcer 94 carves a fresh chapter for Nordica’s award-winning and best-selling Enforcer collection while continuing to build on its legendary performance. No wonder the Enforcer 94 has already emerged as a favorite among skiers who spend most of their time on trails. Thanks to its new construction and rocker-camber blend, it offers exceptional versatility, providing a forgiving ride at low speeds and unrivaled performance when it’s time to hold nothing back. The new carbon chassis coupled with a full wood core sandwiched between two sheets of metal deliver tremendous stability and response and dampen vibrations for an especially smooth ride. In addition to reducing weight, this modern design provides outstanding edge hold that inspires confidence and helps lay down powerful and precise turns. Elevate your skiing—and your expectations—with the new Enforcer 94.

Features
  • Full-Performance Wood Core + Carbon Chassis - Race-inspired technology full wood core with two sheets of metal over the edges. Top-end power transmission, torsional stability, and edge grip.
  • All-Mountain Rocker - Smooth rocker at both tip and tail with camber underfoot provides balanced performance anywhere on the mountain.
  • True Tip Tech - By trimming the amount of heavy ABS plastic in the tip and extending the lightweight wood core into this area with a tapered shape that further reduces weight, Nordica increases the playfulness and maneuverability while maintaining the classic powerful, and stable feel.
  • Geometric Running Base Design - The Enforcer and Santa Ana running base design has a specific geometric shape to show two features of the ski: a horizontal cut indicates where the rocker starts; the intersection of the diagonal cut with the edge shows the ski’s widest point.