2020 Nordica Dobermann GS M RB Skis w/ Piston Plate

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Nordica Dobermann GS M RB Skis with Piston Plate

For speed enthusiasts and carve-lovers all over the world, the Nordica Dobermann GS M RB skis are a shorter-turning and more user-friendly (relatively speaking) version of the real-deal race skis that Nordica puts out there. Built with their Energy 2 Ti core, these skis start with a dense and powerful wood core that's bolstered by two sheets of titanal. In the tips and tails, these skis feature Nordica's Carbon Race Bridge technology that allows for more direct connection between the snow and more of a responsive feeling. The carbon is molded into the skis and does in fact create a bridge between the very shovels and tails and into the true core of the ski. This creates a direct connection between the ends of the skis and the core of the ski, allowing for a sharp and energetic response on any and all firm surfaces. In the 180 cm length, these skis generate a 19.5-meter turn radius, which is on the very short side for a GS-style ski, and this makes it easy for real racers as well as expert carvers to get the skis across the fall line and create an enormous amount of g-forces to get the deeper turns and higher edge angles that are just a whole lot of fun. At 69 mm underfoot, there's a lot to like about the balance point of these skis, and it makes a lot of sense from a platform perspective, allowing mere mortals the ability to get onto the edges of the skis without that narrow hockey-skate feel of the real race-room skis. If you're looking for speed and force, look no further than these skis.


  • Sidecut: 114/69/97 mm at 180 cm length
  • Turn Radius: 19.5 meters at 180 cm length
  • Energy 2 Ti Core
  • Marker WC Piston Plate
  • Carbon Race Bridge
  • Dynamic Race Shovel
  • Full Rocker
  • Ability Level: Expert Skiers and Racers

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2020 Nordica Dobermann GS M RB Skis w/ Piston Plate

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A couple questions
- some of my shoes are 9.5 and others 10
- when I wear a 28 mondo boot, I do have some space when my heel is tight in the back
- I also have skinny feet

What boot is best for me?
Question by: Justin on Feb 21, 2022, 10:39 PM
HI Justin!
Not enough information. Your best bet is to visit a boot shop. Or call ours (Inner Bootworks) at 802/253/6929. Ski style, foot volume, and other factors limit what I can do via this message.
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Feb 22, 2022, 11:30 AM

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