With unmatched versatility, the Santa Ana 93 easily handles both on and off-trail terrain while providing a balanced and stable feel. And although it loves making fluid turns on groomers, it’s at home anywhere thanks to an entirely new construction and shape. A wood core paired with carbon and a sheet of terrain-specific metal make the ski lighter and easier to maneuver. This fresh design also boosts confidence by enhancing edge hold and dampening vibrations for a smooth and stable ride. The Santa Ana 93’s shorter radius makes it easy to control turns and transition between them. And because its 93 mm waist offers exceptional versatility, it’s the perfect daily driver for women looking to carve groomers and explore the entire mountain. Light, powerful, and playful the Santa Ana 93 is the most balanced ski in the collection.
- Full-Performance Wood Core - 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.
- Terrain-Specific Metal - By adding the same shaped metal plate inside the skis, it increases proportionately with the decrease of the last. Trough this technology, we were able to design unique constructions better suited for different terrain. The narrower Santa Ana have more power and stability on trail, while the wider constructions are more enjoyable off-piste and on softer snow.
- 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.