2020 Nordica Enforcer 88 Skis
2020 Nordica Enforcer 88
The 2020 Nordica Enforcer 88 skis are a new offering from Nordica this year, and they are an absolute blast! For advanced and expert level skiers who are looking for the ultimate in front-side versatility, look no further than the 2020 Nordica Enforcer 88. Featuring a wood core, two sheets of metal, and a rocker/camber/rocker profile, these skis are built to handle high speeds on groomers as well as moguls, trees, bowls, and crud. They have the strength and stability to handle a wide variety of terrain and conditions, and the more balanced and centered you are, the more fun you will have. As the narrowest ski in the Enforcer collection, the 88 is certainly meant for fast GS style turns on the groomers, but it's the overall performance of the ski that really stands out. From icy steeps to soft trees, the Enforcer 88 is the perfect all-mountain tool. By adding carbon stringers and a lighter tip, the skis are not only light and stiff, but also stable and maneuverable. This way, whether you're in moguls or railing turns on the hardpack, you'll have the best and most advanced ski construction technology and design available. Quick turns on the trail are no problem for these skis, and advanced and expert level skiers will glean the best performance out of the two sheets of metal. The tip rocker allows you to be pulled gently into the turn while the camber underfoot delivers huge power and edge grip, not to mention snap out of the turn. Advanced and expert level skiers looking for the ultimate in front-side versatility will love the new 2020 Nordica Enforcer 88.
- Sidecut: 122/88/110 mm at 186 cm length
- Turn Radius: 17.5 meters at 186 cm length
- Wood Core with Carbon Strips
- Dual-Metal Laminate
- Rocker/Camber/Rocker Profile
- Ability Level: Advanced and Expert Skiers
How would you compare these skis against the Rossignol 88 Ti?
What are the strengths/drawbacks?
The dual-metal sheets of the Enforcer make it a stronger performer, especially at higher speeds. For most advanced skiers, the Experience 88 is a better choice--it's lighter, easier to turn, and has better low-speed compliance. The Enforcer has more of a freeride influence with the rocker profile and tapered shape, but in a more all-mountain shape. The Enforcer doesn't really come to life until you get it up to speed. I have one and love it, but it does take some effort while the Rossi is a bit more easygoing. Take care!