2022 Nordica Santa Ana 93 Women's Skis w/ Tyrolia Attack2 11 GW Bindings

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Nordica Santa Ana 93 Skis with Bindings

For the ultimate in high-performance versatility, look no further than the Nordica Santa Ana 93 skis with bindings. This is truly the setup you need for a one-ski quiver, no matter where you ski. These skis and bindings are capable of making any turn in any conditions or terrain, at any time. If you are an advanced or expert skier, and you're looking for something that you can just put on your feet and ski, the Nordica Santa Ana 93 skis with bindings are the setup for you. From steeps and trees, to bumps and groomers, these skis can really light it up. The Performance Wood core is bolstered by Nordica's Terrain-Specific metal, and these two build qualities combine to make a supremely well-rounded ski that has little to no limitations. At 93 mm underfoot, you're getting some pretty darn good float by itself, but Nordica's use of tip and tail rocker as well as moderate taper combine to make these excel in softer snow and crud. From the deep and untracked to days-old crud and chop, the Nordica Santa Ana 93 skis with bindings have the capabilities and willingness to tackle it all. On the groomers, that metal laminate contributes a lot to the dampness and stability, while the carbon Chassis stiffens the entire package. Advanced and expert skiers will love the overall well-rounded performance and versatility of the Nordica Santa Ana 93 skis with bindings.


  • Sidecut: 125/93/112 mm at 158 cm length
  • Turn Radius: 14.4 meters at 158 cm length
  • Performance Wood Core
  • Terrain-Specific Metal Laminate
  • True Tip Technology
  • Carbon Chassis
  • Tip and Tail Rocker
  • Weight: 3430 Grams per Pair
  • Ability Level: Advanced and Expert Skiers

Preferred Terrain
 All-Mountain •  Groomers •  Powder 


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2022 Nordica Santa Ana 93 Women's Skis w/ Tyrolia Attack2 11 GW Bindings

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What width are the bindings? Thx
Question by: Sue Murray on Oct 14, 2021, 8:44 PM
Hi Sue,
That would have the 95mm brake on them.
Answer by: Eric Eric McDonough on Oct 15, 2021, 11:28 AM
I find myself renting the 93s for a few of years now every time I’m out west and love them! Before committing to buy, I’m wondering are there any others that ski similarly ?

I’m an advanced skier on the heavier side looking for one quiver. Mainly many knee injuries prevent me from ripping it! I have the Rossi experience 88s and can’t believe how much better I am and like the Santa Anas.
Question by: Joanna on Mar 12, 2022, 10:03 AM
HI Joanna!
Sounds like you enjoy the more all-mountain shape versus the carvier Exp 88's. If you have a few more you're looking to check out, the Stockli Nela 96, Blizzard Sheeva 9, and Salomon QST 92 should also be on the list. Have fun!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Mar 15, 2022, 8:31 AM
I would like to purchase this skis and bindings package however I don’t use a GW boot. Do you guys mount the bindings and if so, are you able to mount them for a regular ISO boot?
Question by: Brittany on Oct 24, 2021, 9:30 AM
Hi Brittany,
Those bindings will accommodate grip walk but you do not have to have grip walk boots to use these bindings. We will mount them but you would still have to bring them to your local ski shop to get them tested and adjusted to your height, weight, and skier type, along with setting the toe height.
Answer by: Eric Eric McDonough on Oct 25, 2021, 11:56 AM
Do recommend some other bindings for the nordica santa ana 93?
Question by: Hildur on Jan 14, 2022, 4:46 AM
Hello Hildur,

Actually, I don't. The Tyrolia Attack GW 13 is an excellent binding. Although it may not have the name recognition of a Marker or Salomon, its every bit as good or even better in some aspects like releasability Some of the best toe and and heel releases in the industry!


Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Jan 14, 2022, 12:00 PM

As an ex-racer, I’m torn between the Santa Ana 93 and 98. I would consider myself an advanced skier, I love to carve and fly down groomers, but I’m trying to play more on tree runs and powder. I need something that’s stable at high speeds, but can handle going off trail. What would you guys suggest between the two waist widths?

Also, I have Dalbello Mantis 8 boots, would they be compatible with these bindings?
Question by: Kelli on Mar 1, 2022, 9:49 PM
Hi Kelli!
I think if you're spending the majority of your time on groomed/smooth terrain, the 93 makes more sense. Off trail and deeper snow, opt for the 98. It sounds to me like you're leaning to the 93. These are compatible with Mantis boots. Have fun!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Mar 2, 2022, 4:29 PM
Hi! I am an advanced skier who loves bumps and powder. I’m not big on groomers but I will fly down them to get back to the lifts. I’m debating the 158 or 165. I am 5’4 and 125#. I’ve been using the Elan ripstick 162 and feel confident on them although I think they lack inside edge and seems hard to turn at times.
Question by: Billie on Mar 20, 2022, 9:18 AM
HI Billie!
Great skis, I'd go with the 158 over the 165 in that ski due to the burlier construction and stiffer flex. Have fun!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Mar 21, 2022, 9:34 AM

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