Nordica Enforcer 104 Free Skis · 2021
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Damp and stable, but with a more playful shape and a more pronounced rocker profile than the rest of the Enforcer line, this is a freeride ski that is meant for skiers who like to ski hard.
104mm Underfoot – The over 100mm width starts to lean this ski into the powder ski category without being too wide. This ski will do much better in soft snow, but won’t be totally out of place on a groomed run.
Rocker/Camber/Rocker Profile – This ski has rocker in the tip and tail, meaning that it will have some float in powder and be easy to turn.
Two Layers of Titanal – Titanal is a metal in the ski that reduces vibration and increases stability at speed. A ski with Titanal will excel on icy slopes.
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One of the best one-ski quivers out there. 104 underfoot with tip and tail rocker makes it look and feel like it's destined for deeper snow, until you get it on edge and start carving GS turns down a groomer fast enough to get a speeding ticket. It feels extremely stable, yet also light and poppy in soft snow or spring corn.
This ski has two sheets of metal but doesn't feel overly stiff like a ski with two sheets of metal would. At 104 underfoot, a very versatile ski. Can rail the early morning groomers and will then go to the back bowls and handle the bumped up crud. There is enough tip rocker to float when the fresh snow comes in too.
This ski has a powder rocker/camber profile that allows it to make the transition from keeping you afloat on an early morning pow mission to being able to edge on hardpack and groomers. There is enough backbone in this ski to hold its own at speed but it's also poppy and playful when need be.
It is a relatively heavy and damp ski that is more suited for directional skiers. It carves incredibly well for its width and has the stability to ski any snow type. The 2021 model gets some tweaks, but previous iterations have won numerous awards from magazines and review sites!
An awesome all-mountain slayer. This ski is a bit on the heavy side which translates to great crudbusting, but it does take a competent pilot to maneuver as a result. The 104 model got an early-rise tail which makes it more freeride oriented and maneuverable overall.
One of the most versatile all mountain wide skis. At 104mm underfoot, you can float in softer snow, but still hold an edge on firmer snow. Metal in the construction gives the ski stability and dampness, while rocker and medium flex provide playfulness.
A super damp, stable, hard-charging ripper. This ski performs all over the mountain and handles every terrain like a champ. Nordica makes some of the best skis on the market and the Enforcer 104 is one of their most popular offerings!
A perennial "Best in Test" winner. From groomers to 12" of fresh snow... this ski will handle it all. A true all-mountain / 1 ski quiver. At 104mm underfoot it loves soft snow but handles like a sports car on groomers.
Truly everything! It is a great powder ski as it has tip and tail rocker. It is very maneuverable in trees thanks to a light tip. It carves and charges well all over the mountain thanks to the camber underfoot.
The traditional camber as well as the early rise in the tip and tail make this an excellent all-mountain ski. The metal in the core makes this ski stout and ready to handle bumps and jumps.