Please ask for photos of the individual ski. If you are looking for the one ski that you can take everywhere, the Mantra has always been amongst the chosen few. In the 5th generation the Mantra features a powerful and sportive all mountain freeride setup with carbon tips, a titanal frame and full sidewall. The dimensions are shaped around a multi layer wood core and feature a moderate taper tip & tail rocker, allowing to ride the ski in a playful way or with full force whenever needed.
The Enforcer 93 loves to be on edge. No wonder it’s a favorite among skiers who spend most of their time on trails. A full wood core sandwiched between two sheets of metal offers exceptional stability and response and dampens vibrations for an especially smooth ride. It also provides outstanding edge hold to inspire confidence and lay down powerful and precise turns. And to readily absorb bumps, it sports an early rise tip and slight tail rocker. Elevate your skiing—and your expectations—with the Enforcer 93.
How do you make a powder day even better? Spend it on the Enforcer 110 Free. Designed to cater to soft snow, the Enforcer 110 Free is as powerful as it is playful. To keep the ski’s weight in check while maximizing fun, it pairs a balsa wood core with carbon and two sheets of metal. This design also enhances response and dampens vibrations for an especially smooth ride. And to blast through crud and offer additional floatation, the Enforcer 110 Free sports a high rise tip and tail rocker profile. For all mountain performance tailored to soft snow, choose the Enforcer 110 Free.
Weighing in with a mid-range waist width that yields the greatest versatility in the Enforcer series lineup, we present the Nordica Enforcer 100 Skis. A full wood core sandwiched between two sheets of metal gives these skis a powerful feel that you can confidently point through chunder and chop while the 100mm waist and All-Mountain CamRock profile provide a great balance of hard pack edge and deep snow float. If you're looking for a one-ski-quiver that you can turn to in any snow conditions, look no further than the Nordica Enforcer 100 Skis.
With the most technology available in its class, the new Deacon 80 is an all mountain highlight for the 1920 season. Driven by several new technologies, this model will give advanced to expert skiers more command of the mountain than ever before. A Glass Frame construction places material only where it's needed to improve performance - around the perimeter of the ski. Combined with a full length vertical sidewall and our new 3D Radius sidecut technology, the Deacon 80 can pivot from long turns to short turns instantaneously. In addition, our new iPT Lowride binding system brings the skier closer to the deck of the ski - and the all important snow surface - creating better edge sensitivity, and with a weight savings of 400 grams, quicker edge changes.
Dynastar s experience in making legendary freeride skis filters all the way down to the Dynastar Legend 84 Skis + Look NX 12 Konect Dual Bindings, bringing usable performance to less aggressive skiers who stick mainly to prepared tracks but still want predictable handling and edgehold. An excellent choice for those who spend most of their time on groomed slopes but are starting to venture out in storm conditions and off piste.
The Blizzard Brahma 88 Skis are the same Brahmas you know and love, just updated with a clean new topsheet. This ski is hard to beat for an all-mountain ride that rails like a race ski and still handles chop and variable snow with ease. In some cases, traditions are traditions for a reason, and this is one of them. Stout Poplar-Beech cores, two sheets of Titanal alloy, and Blizzard's famous Carbon Flipcore construction add up to a ski expert level freeriders have come to trust.
With the grip and precision of a giant slalom ski, but more versatility come a bit of fresh snow or variable conditions, the Blizzard Brahma Skis are one of the best all-mountain tools in the industry. Tenacious edge hold and stability at all speeds is a trademark of Blizzard skis, and the Brahma shows both qualities in spades. One of our favorite advanced-to-expert level choices for skiers who spend most of their time on groomed slopes but who aren't afraid to dice up the pow when a storm hits.