|Approx. Weight||Feels Light|
|Skier Level||Intermediate - Expert|
|Ski Shape||Directional Twin|
|Core Material||Titanal, Balsa, Poplar|
|On Snow Feel|
Nordica Enforcer 110 2018 - 2017 Review by A Better Ski
Nordica Enforcer 110 2017-18 Review by A Better Ski
We love the Nordica Enforcer (100) earning the “favorite” tag over the last few years for its versatile skiablity, it lacked just a bit of waist width for all the powder chasers out there. Well, new for 2017/18 Nordica introduced a 110mm waisted Enforcer and, they nailed it!
Nordica Enforcer 110 Review and Video
Conditions: Hard Pack, Soft Groomers, Trees, Bumps
Boots: Salomon X-Max 120
Ski Personality: The Nordica Enforcer 110 is a do-it-all ski that floats well in deep snow but also maintains a reasonable turning radius for fun groomer skiing. Great at all, master of none, and quite possibly a perfect one ski quiver for a powder hound.
On the Snow Feel: Two layers of metal, a lively wood core help keep the Nordica Enforcer 110 stable and confident in all conditions. This is a strong ski, that likes to be skied hard, but the turned up tails and short turning radius allow for you to shut it down when it comes time.
Turn Initiation and Carving: As you would guess, the Nordica Enforcer 110 isn’t quite as quick as the Enforcer (100) but for its size is surprisingly fun and energetic. I usually prefer flatter tails, but even with the modest amount of rocker and a turned up tail, the Enforcer 110 holds on well at high speed. The tail is supportive enough to finish a turn without sliding out, but jut remember, this isn’t a front side ski.
Speed: The Nordica Enforcer 110 livened up as speed increased, the ski felt a little laggy at slow speed, but as you began to push it, the materials started responding and thus returning more energy back to the skier. There was no tip or tail slap at high speeds even on hard snow and the skis confidence allowed you to be comfortable as you opened it up. I also really liked how the turned up tailed allowed you to blow off speed and check things down without chatter sometimes a fault to the more chargy skis out there.
Powder: This is why you are looking at the Nordica Enforcer 110 right…??? A soft snow specialist that is playful and as loose as you’d like. This ski is really comes to life in tight trees and in deep snow, its just really fun to move around on. Plenty of float will give you the confidence to put some pressure on the tips and dive right in.
Uneven/Variable Terrain: The Enforcer 110 is a nice stiff, and damp ski that has enough to float over most and cut through the remainder. The ski is pretty light, but I didn’t feel like that sacrificed confidence in crud.
Trees/Bumps/Tight turns: This ski really shines here for a ski of its size, quick underfoot which I think is partially a function of its shape, but also that it likes to be skied in a strong athletic stance which helps the skier to be more nimble over the ski. If you are a skier that enjoys heading to the trees to find untracked goods, you are going to love this one.
Edge Hold: A strong edge on this one keeps it tracking straight in firm snow, you are going to want to pair this with a laterally stiff boot, otherwise you might be a bit overpowered by the ski.
Flex: Stiff from tip to tail.
Intended User: Upper intermediate to expect
Overall: Its going to be hard to find a more versatile ski this year, I think we will be recommending quite a lot of these (as we did with the Nordica Enforcer (100). Converts will come from both directions, skiers on fat skis looking for a more versatile soft snow ski, and people on skinny skis looking to up their deep snow game.
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