The Nordica Enforcer 93 emerged onto the scene after the success of its wider counterpart, the Enforcer 100. It’s become a very popular all mountain ski among advanced and expert skiers all across the world due to its versatile nature and high performance in a variety of terrain and conditions. The entire Enforcer collection uses two sheets of metal, tip and tail rocker (of varying amounts), and Nordica’s Blunt Nose Profile. The Enforcer 93 was one of the most popular skis in our test with lots of skiers looking to get on a pair after completing their assigned skis. Because of that we came away with a whole slew of test forms that held a lot of positive feedback.
James Stewart tested the 185 cm length and referred to the Enforcer 93 as “a near perfect blend of stability and playfulness.” He felt it had “metal-clad dampness with a fun and loose shape.” We see a lot of skiers choosing the Enforcer 93 as their do-everything, every day ski and it’s relatively obvious why. As James put it, the Enforcer 93 is “a fantastic blend of all the qualities you want in a daily driver.” It’s versatile, it’s powerful, it’s relatively forgiving, and it’s fun.
Although it’s technically a men’s ski, Kristi Brown was able to get out on the Enforcer 93 at the end of one of our test days. Her very first comment about the Enforcer 93 was, “Wow! Last run, fun ski!” She continued to give it a huge compliment, “the Enforcer 93 might be my MVP and I’ve never skied it before!” Kristi skied the 177 cm length and gave the Enforcer 93 high scores across the board with stability, torsional stiffness, edge hold, and overall impression all receiving 5 out of 5. She was also very impressed by the ski’s ability to adapt to her ski style and terrain. “I was blown away by the effortless intuition, as it skied exactly like I ski. There were no negotiations and no ‘meet and greet’.”
Rory Burke decided to alter our test form to add another column so he could give the Enforcer 93 6 out of 5 for overall impression. Very creative, Rory! He also gave it 5 out of 5 for flotation (it does float great for a 93 mm ski), stability, quickness, playfulness, and torsional stiffness.” Rory is not a man of many words, and his only comment about the Enforcer 93 was simple “definitely a crowd pleaser. It does it all, and it does it all well.”
Pat Toporowski is the type of skier that’s always looking for things to jump off or other ways to “play” down the mountain. He tested the 185 cm and thought it was “very fun charging around on the Enforcer 93.” It “leaves trenches and springs you into each turn.” He also thought the Enforcer 93 was both “smooth and versatile.”
Brooks Curran really hit the nail on the head describing the Enforcer 93 in our opinion. He skied the 185 cm and according to Brooks the ski “loves to be on edge and makes smooth arcs of all shapes and sizes.” We think this is one of the highlights of the Enforcer 93: its ability to make a variety of turn shapes relatively easily. Brooks also commented that it “seems to work for a wide range of skiers. If you ski aggressively it will pull some amazing turns, but if you sit back and relax a little you won’t be punished.” Well said, Brooks. For a ski with two sheets of metal, the Enforcer 93 is exceptionally forgiving.
As it has over the past few seasons, we know the Enforcer 93 will continue to be a favorite all mountain ski among advanced and expert skiers. Even strong intermediates should be able to handle it thanks to its impressive maneuverability and forgiveness.