2022 Nordica Santa Ana 93 Women's Skis

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Nordica Santa Ana 93 Skis

The Nordica Santa Ana 93 skis have a lot going for them, and there's a lot of advanced and expert skiers who are going to be able to reap all the benefits. The 93 mm waist width, combined with the terrain-specific metal, creates a supremely versatile ski that carves as well as it floats. The Santa Ana line has been immensely popular over the past few years, and it makes sense that it culminates in the 93. Built with a dense Performance Wood core, these skis start with a very natural feeling and a ton of snap and pop, and while that wood does add a bit of weight to the ski, it does have a lot of performance benefits as well. Nordica's Terrain-Specific metal varies the amount and shaping of the metal laminate used per ski width, so the 93's in the Santa Ana line have right about the middle amount of metal. This creates that unique feel to the skis, and helps skiers who are looking to spend truly 50% of their time on-trail get all the carving performance that they'd want in a ski this width. The tip and tail rocker, combined with the moderate taper shape makes the Santa Ana 93 a pretty darn good floater for its width, so if you're looking for one ski that really does it all, the Nordica Santa Ana 93 skis are a fantastic choice.


  • 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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I’m a solid intermediate skier, 5’3” and 125 lb. I rented these skis at Breckenridge (8” of fresh powder, but skied off by the time we got on the slopes.) I really enjoyed the day with them. They were 153cm. I don’t see that as an option for sale. Would you recommend the 151 or 158cm for me??? Thanks.
Question by: Andrea on Mar 13, 2022, 8:19 PM
HI Andrea!
I'd go 151 over the 158 for your stats and application. Have fun!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Mar 14, 2022, 4:23 PM
Are these being released in 151cm again for 2022 and are there any changes from 2021?
Question by: B on Feb 1, 2021, 8:19 PM
In the 93, there are no changes for 2022. We should be betting more in the late summer to early fall. Thanks!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Feb 19, 2021, 8:59 AM
Hi- I am a 6’0” 157lb advanced skier who skis 15-20 days per year in Colorado. I demoed the 2021 Santa Ana 93 and loved it, I don’t remember the length but I am presuming 172cm as I can’t imagine shops had the 179cm on demo. However, as I look to purchase it seems like the 179cm is probably the best length for me given the amount of rocker but was curios of that sounds right? Thanks!
Question by: Liz on Nov 17, 2021, 6:18 AM
Hi Liz,

Thanks for your inquiry-

At your height and and weight, the 179 cm length would be our recommendation.

Hope this helps and think snow!


Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Nov 17, 2021, 8:24 AM
I am looking for a one-quiver ski for my daughter, and after reading and watching a lot of reviews, the Santa Ana keeps popping up. A little bit about her: She is 15 years old, 172 cm and 56 kg, very athletic (active swimmer). I do not know how to rate her ability level, but she is a pretty solid skier, carving well and handles pretty much any terrain. When skiing with me, she tends to back off when the speed is over 100 km/h, but that's quite fast :-) She likes to ski according to the conditions - groomers when the snow is hard - off piste in varied terrain on powder days. At our cabin she is currently varying between Elan Ripstick 102 (163), Atomic x9i wb (168) and some junior atomic G9 (159 - she thinks they are too short). So the question is what to get her to have at home for use in other resorts than where our cabin is. Both the slopes and conditions will vary between each use :-) I am considering the Santa Ana 93 - maybe 172cm? I am very open for both other models and other lengths - maybe the "male" enforcer? Please advice
Question by: Tarjei Øvergaard on Dec 11, 2021, 11:11 AM
Hi Tarjei,

Thans for inquiry.

We like to say the mid-90's width is the ultimate for all-mountain versatility, and the Nordica Santa Anta 93 in a SE tester favorite one-ski quiver.

You have done your research well!

The ski does everything well and has no weaknesses- carve, float, crud, chop, groomers, bumps, trees, powder and everything in between. At her stats and described terrain preferences, the 172 would be a prefect length for her. No reason to put her on "Men's Enforcer." More than enough ski on the Santa Anna 94

Go for it and think snow!

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Dec 13, 2021, 10:02 AM
my wife is 5' tall and 110 lbs. we relooking at getting these for here as a great all mountain ski. would you recommend the 151 or the 158 at her size?
Question by: mitch on Jan 29, 2022, 5:33 PM
Hi Mitch!
I'd go 151, my guess is that 158 would be a handful. Have fun!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Feb 1, 2022, 2:05 PM
How do these handle in the crud? Looking at demoing these skiis. Had wanted to demo the 98 but not available right now. Currently ski Volkl Tierra 156 with 76 underfoot.
Question by: Tina Del Core on Feb 4, 2022, 7:43 PM
HI Tina!
Really well. The metal laminate and performance wood core add the proper amount of heft to the ski to plow and play in the crud. You won't get the same surface area as the 98, but that'll work out better for you when you're on trail or in a carved turn. Have fun!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Feb 7, 2022, 12:27 PM

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