Expert Review: Nordica Enforcer Free 110 Skis · 2022

This review is my honest opinion of the ski, which I purchased with my own money in October of 2022.

Top down view of the Nordica Enforcer Free 110 Skis with a little but of snow under them.

Opening day - no matter the conditions, the Enforcer is up to a challenge! All photos courtesy of Mark Freytag

Published on

About this Review: This review is my honest opinion of the skis, which I purchased with my own money in October of 2022.

My take

I absolutely love my Nordica Enforcer Free 110 skis and have been on this family of skis for over a decade. The ski is built for the advanced intermediate to expert. It shines in the deeper stuff as well as on groom.

Mountain view of snowy mountains on a ski resort run.

About the gear

  • Model: 2022 Nordica Enforcer 110
  • Size: 186cm

About me

  • Height: 5’8”
  • Weight: 155 lbs
  • Experience: 30 years of living life on skis

Test conditions

  • When I bought these: October 2022
  • Days tested: 300+
  • Mount position: True Mount
  • Boots: 2019 Lange RX 130 L.V.
  • Boot Size: 26.5
  • Bindings: 2019 Marker Jester
  • Where I’ve used it: All over Colorado, Vail Mountain is home.
  • Terrain: Groomers, Powder days, Cliffs

How they perform

High Speed Stability
Turn Ease

What I was looking for

I looked for a new all-mountain 1-ski quiver for my style in Colorado. Not having to swap skis depending on conditions, did it exist?

Why I chose this gear

I had been skiing the Nordica Patron line for years and was not keen on them deleting the ski from their lineup. So, trusting Nordica, I grabbed a pair of Enforcers and set them in my closet for a year. I finally mounted them and took some turns. I have never looked back. They will always be in my quiver.

I did look into other options as I was not thrilled about change; however, everyone seemed to be adding Titanal or more to the core. So I checked out Armada’s JJs, the Chetlers from Atomic, and Dynastar, all around 105-115 underfoot.

A ski run with a few skiers at the top.

What I love about them

  • Speed: For a ski 110 underfoot, the sidewall edge is strong and built to lay down these skis. They are “chatterproof” aka silent at speed.
  • Edge hold: The Nordica Enforcers have burly, strong edges with layers of Titanal.
  • Turns: These skis like having some speed behind them to initiate turns. Once moving, the Enforcers are a dream.
  • Groomers: See above “chatterproof,” virtually silent on groomers. Solid edging and sidewalls create a smooth, stable ride.
  • Powder: This ski is 110 underfoot, made to be in the deep stuff. That said, keep it moving. High knees and fewer turns needed on powder days. It is a heavier ski at 2,140 grams per ski.
  • Trees: The ski does phenomenal in the trees as long as there is ample snow, like the powder comment, keep them moving.
  • Backcountry: Backcountry, cliffs, yes. However, if one is talking about backcountry touring, absolutely not. It is great to get to the unexplored, deeper days of resort/inbounds sidecountry.
  • Durability: I have a pair of the original Enforcers still in my ski quiver after five years, and the 22s have had minimal change. I am expecting another five out of these.
  • Weight: 2,140gm per ski.
  • Stability: It’s an extremely stable ski at speed. As discussed, this ski likes to move and is extremely damp/silent.

Issues I’ve encountered

  • Moguls: This is a big ski for bumps. Keep the knees high and spot the line. The Enforcers will handle them with extra effort; just remember, it takes that extra oomph.
  • Park: This isn’t a ski I would rock in the park due to its heavy/burly build. One should look elsewhere if this is their jam..
The Nordica Enforcer Free 110 Skis sitting in a house.

Favorite moment with this gear

I was out on a beautiful powder day in Blue Sky Basin of Vail, Colorado, and had been having lap after lap of my life. I trudged past Champagne Glades and kept hiking these Enforcers west. Finally, I turned to a steep face, a perfect opening between aspens, and got after it, drop after drop. I never felt that the equipment would let me down, and it did not—one of the best runs of my life.

Value for the money vs. other options

The Enforcer from Nordica comes in line priced with any other ski in its category, exceeding expectations, especially durability, as opposed to my days on the Armada JJs, Atomic Bent Chetlers, and Line Sick Day 104s.

Final verdict

I have had an absolute blast on these skis for years. If someone is aggressive and ready for any challenge thrown at them, this ski will meet and exceed one's wants and needs. So go big on them. They are built to handle it all.

Selling Nordica on
Nordica Enforcer Free 110 Skis · 2022
14% off
Ski Expert Mark Freytag
Mark Freytag
Ski Expert
Mark here! How can I help?
Like this article?
Share it with your network

Written By
Grew up in the Adirondack's of Upstate, New York skiing McCauley and Gore Mountain mainly. Moved on to skiing primarily Vermont and vacationing often to what I call home of a dozen years now, Vail, Colorado. ​ Skiing has always been a part of who I am and has been a key factor of every aspect of my...

Curated experts can help

Have a question about the article you just read or want personal recommendations? Connect with a Curated expert and get free recommendations for whatever you’re looking for!

Read Next

New and Noteworthy