Nordica Enforcer 93 2017 Review
- Versatile ski
- Great mix of on and off-piste performance
- Quick edge to edge
- Adept at long and short turns
- Did not own any one category
- Rewards technical skiers
- Not as consistent at higher speeds
- Better off-piste
Testers who loved the Nordica Enforcer 93--and there were several--gave high praise for its balanced flex and performance in variety of conditions and turn shapes. Those few that didn't absolutely love the ski had a hard time finding one turn shape where they felt absolutely comfortable. This ski is going to be a huge hit this winter, but it might not be right for everyone on the hill.
Nordica’s Enforcer 93 is the All Mountain Category version of a cheeseburger, with no nonsense performance, all around appeal, and an immensely satisfying feeling after every run when you’re skiing back to the chair. A slightly slimmer relative of the big mountain bullying Enforcer 100, the 93 is designed to have more hard snow capability, especially in the trees and bumplines where it excels. All Mountain camRock increases the ease of initiation and float, while titanal laminates the unique Hammerhead Nose add up to increased edge contact and control.
A few testers couldn’t quite find their groove on this ski, giving high marks for maneueverability while still trying to find the perfect radius groove. The majority of testers loved it though, as will the majority of technical all mountain skiers on the hill.Continue Reading
Peter Kray- Publisher
Peter Kray is a co-founder of the Gear Institute, and a longtime specialist in the testing of skis, snowboards and outdoor equipment.