This Ski Is A Staff Favorite:
By: Matt McDonald
The much-lauded Enforcer is so popular that it would be easy to think it's an everyman's ski. At 100mm underfoot with tip and tail rocker, it certainly profiles as the bonafide all-mountain tool that it is. But the ski also has two sheets of metal, and that rocker pattern is pretty subtle. The bottom line? As the name suggests, the Enforcer wants to be skied aggressively. On Loveland's steep mogul runs in dust-on-crust conditions, this ski held a beastly edge at speed and also proved nimble enough to whip quick turns and surf the soft stuff. If I got lazy for a few turns, the ski quickly became a little less fun, a sign that it's not necessarily for everyone. Ski with authority, and the Enforcer will respond.
2017 Nordica Enforcer Description:
After retiring the popular Enforcer for a few seasons, Nordica brought it back for the winter of 2015/2016 to what I'm going to call universal acclaim. More importantly, I liked it, and I hate everything. The new Enforcer is 100mm underfoot, stiffened by two sheets of titanal, rockered, powerful, playful and it's back in 2017 without a single change (except a freshened up topsheet graphic). It will once again be greeted with parades and medals. The Enforcer was named Skiing Magazine's "Ski of the Year" for a reason, and that reason is awesomeness. Enjoy.
2017 Nordica Enforcer Specs:
Skis In The Nordica freeski Series:
Enforcer (100mm) In Stock
Enforcer 93 (93mm) In Stock
Santa Ana 93 (93mm) In Stock
Soul Rider 87 (87mm) In Stock