Nordica Enforcer Ti Ski: Nordica Skis introduces an all-mountain ski that has an underfoot perfect for skiing powder. Whether your skiing powder, crud, bumps, trees, or groomers the Enforcer’s vertical sidewall gives it lots edge hold and power for making medium to long radius turns. The Camrock rocker technology profile has a cambered underfoot and rocker tip giving the ski more float and a quicker turn initiation.
Slow rise camrock
Slow rise skis combine the proven benefits of close to full cambered skis with a shovel specifically designed to aid in flotation in the powder. They will not dive in the fluff or sacrifice performance on packed snow
Last season I finally decided it was time to upgrade my skis. I am not the type to just buy off the shelf based on a sales person’s recommendation of what they think I will like and hope they work, nor do I demo a few pairs and then buy. Over the course of a six week period last winter, I demoed 26 different skis from Rossignol, Line, Nordica, Salomon, Icelantic, Blizzard, Ski Logic, etc… By far and away the Enforcer was the one ski that did everything I wanted it to. Fast short turns, long GS turns, rails on hard pack, floats in pow, charges crud without getting bounced around, in short does everything well. Yes, there are skis that excel in one area or another, but Enforcer gives you the total package. I would say if you are between these and the Hell & Backs they both have the same profile. The Hell& Back is lighter, and will float a little bit better because of that, but I felt that in the crude the extra weight of the Enforcer gave them more stability and didn’t get bounced around as much as the Hell & Back.
After skiing beginner-intermediate carver skis for several seasons; this winter I realized it was time to advance, I needed new skis. I demoed dozens of skis, spanning a wide range of ski types. For me the Nordica Enforcer TI beat them all hands down. Nothing else came close as an all mountain ski. The wide under foot, coupled with decent shovels, and titanium layers, makes for an incredibly stable no nonsense ski in all conditions. Give them a try, I think you'll like them. After skiing them 30+ days I still love mine.