The Nordica Enforcer 100 Skis with Fischer Attack 11 Bindings is fantastic daily driver ski for both east and west coasts for advanced and expert skiers. If you only have the ability to purchase only one pair of skis for all of your skiing needs, this certainly will be one that rises to the to the very top of the list. With a waist of 100-millimeters under the boot, these skis shine from carving up groomers, skiing the steeps, skiing bumps, to powder laps in the trees and open bowls. Construction starts with Nordica's full wood core and two full sheets of metal making them powerful and strong. Nordica also uses their Carbon Chassis technology, replacing some of the fiberglass laminate with carbon stringers, thus reducing the weight of the glass laminate while stiffening the ski. For a ski with two sheets of metal, it's very impressive how maneuverable and agile they are. For resort rippers looking for that elusive one-ski quiver, the Nordica Enforcer 100 Skis with Fischer Attack 11 Bindings certainly stands out as one of the premier daily driver ski packages on the market today.
Turn Radius: 18.4 meters at 186 cm length
Dual Metal Laminate
Tip and Tail Rocker
Ability Level: Advanced and Expert Skiers
We will mount your skis and bindings free of charge when purchasing this package. But, before doing so, we will need your boot brand, model and boot sole length so we can properly mount your set up. Your boot sole length is the actual length of your ski boot in millimeters. This is the number that our ski techs will use to mount your bindings. While you’ll still need a final adjustment done by a certified ski -technician before you can ski to set your DIN setting, providing us with your boot sole length is absolutely crucial if you’d like us to send your skis pre-mounted with your bindings.
How to find your Boot Sole length or how to measure:
Finding your Boot Sole Length (BSL) is easy. On your ski boot, there will be a 3-digit number on the outside or inside heel of one or both of your boots. Keep in mind that there shouldn't be a decimal (ex. 28.5). If the number you see has a decimal, then you’re probably looking at your Mondo Point size which isn’t accurate enough to use when mounting bindings. Other hints that you're looking at the Mondo Point and not the BSL would be if it looks something like "270/275" or if the number is found on the bottom of the boot. If you’ve looked all over and still can’t find your BSL, it’s also acceptable to measure along the bottom of the boot from the very tip of the toe, to back of the heel, just make sure you measure in Millimeters.