Nordica Nrgy 107 Ski Test Results 2016 ReviewSeptember 15, 2015
- Lots of "Energy"
- Exciting ski
- True all-mountain performance
- Easy to maneuver
- Good carve
- Not as much float as other skis in the category
- Lost performance in deeper snow
Nordica's quiver-of-one NRGy 107 has the perfect mix of torsional stiffness and tip and tail rocker to let arc through powder and still hold a hard edge on the groomed.
Nordica’s NRGy 107 is a high performance, high response ski that fired up testers with its ability to provide superior stability and edge hold anywhere they took it on the hill. Mixing torsional stiffness with Nordica’s camRock (25 percent early rise in the shovel and 5 percent in the tail), the ski has easy initiation and fantastic grip. The i-Core Torsion Bridge Ti, which includes a layer of wood and a layer of Titanal, provides great response underfoot and lets the ski live up to its “Energy” moniker.
Some testers felt the ski sacrificed a little bit of float for its all-mountain performance, and that the 107 is more about going fast and long, making it exclusively an expert ski for hard-chargers. Our overall verdict is that is a quiver-of-one ski for big mountain skiers, and a great powder ski for skiers who get more hardpack than powder on any given year.