In Depth Staff Reviews:
By: Matt McDonald
When you have one of the industry's bestselling and most popular skis in your pocket, why switch things up? That's been Nordica's M.O. for a few years now. And guess what? It still is. Only now, the 2020 Nordica skis lineup features even more Enforcers, including a slightly rebuilt freeride-oriented version.
Read our review of the all-new 2020 Nordica Enforcer 104 Free
In addition to splitting the Enforcer into two lines with two fresh models, Nordica removes the Navigator 90 and retains the 80 and 85 as more on-piste oriented skis with many Enforcer properties.
Enforcer 104 Free: Balsa in the core and a carbon layup to lighten the skis up plus more tipped tails and longer rocker. That addition of balsa matches the Santa Anas ... Continue Reading
2020 Nordica Enforcer 115 Free Description:
Born for the big mountains, the widest ski in the Nordica collection has always flown free. For this season, its name emphasizes that point, in case anyone was confused, but the Enforcer 115 Free sees no other changes. Metal in the core, with a nice stiff flex in the tails, gives you bonafide big-mountain stability, and the confidence to flat out charge. Balsa wood keeps the skis from lagging with too much bulk, and deep rocker lines keep the 115 Free smearing and steering with powder-popping ease. For skis with metal, they are plenty playful and surfy to bring to Japan. For powder skis, that metal makes them stable and charge-y for big-mountain snow types. Live free or die, yo.
2020 Nordica Enforcer 115 Free Specs: