2023 Nordica Enforcer Unlimited 104 Skis

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Nordica Enforcer Unlimited 104 Skis

The Enforcer Unlimited 104 is inspired by Nordica's legendary Enforcer collection. This is an all-mountain ski that is equally at home exploring the resort via the lifts as it is earning your turns as a backcountry ski. Especially easy and very approachable to ski, the Enforcer Unlimited 104's lightweight construction creates a playful and stable ride that maximizes efficiency on the way up and the way down. The ski's 104- millimeter waist provides plenty of floatation in deep powder and soft snow. Featuring Powder Rocker, it has an early rise tip and tail, which will help boost confidence and maneuverability in variable conditions, while traditional camber under foot will make this ski grip and rip on the firm stuff. That early rise in the tip and tail will also get you in and out of turns more easily as you transition from one turn to the other. Its ability to make many different turn shapes will appeal to a wide variety of terrain choices and skier types. Weighing in a feathery 1540 grams at the 172 length, this ski will eat up the skin track on the ascent as well as it devourers any condition in its path on the way down. No matter how you define adventure, the Enforcer Unlimited 104 will help you pursue it.


  • Sidecut: 133/104/122 mm at 165 cm, 134/104/123 mm at 172 cm, 134.5/104/123.5 mm at 179 cm, & 135/104/124 mm at 186-191 cm length
  • Turn Radius: 16 meters at 165 cm; 16.5 meters at 172 cm; 17.5 meters at 179 cm; 18.5 at 186 cm & 19.5 meters at 191 cm length
  • Weight: 1540 grams at 172 cm length
  • Lightweight Performance Wood Core/Sidewall Carbon
  • Powder Rocker Profile
  • Ability Level: Advanced and Expert Skiers

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Big doubt here.
I’m a man, 73kg, good off piste skier (far from being a pro, though), I don’t ski resorts, so 100% backcountry in the French and Italian Alps. Here conditions can vary a lot (not just powder, unfortunately), so I’d need something 100mm+, but not a full rocker.
I have just broke my veloce Armada Tracer 108 on a big shark last week, so need to look for a replacement.
I skin up to +1500m when needed, usually around 800m, to get some fresh pow. I don’t like hard chargers or skis that get too physical or hooky: my Armada were just perfect and fun (maybe just a bit too heavy?).
So I’m wondering: are these Nordicas smoother without the titanium or are the same angry beasts the company used to build? Better to go for something like BD Impulse 104, Prodigy 3.0, Atris or Rossi Blackops?

Thanks in advance!
Question by: Dan on Dec 15, 2021, 6:13 PM
Hi Dan,

We would highly recommend the new 2023 NORDICA ENFORCER UNLIMITED 104 SKIS. No metal in this ski, extremely lightweight and is a marketed as a 50/50 resort/touring ski. Light, approachable, and easy to ski at a variety of speeds and turn shapes. With camber underfoot, this ski will grip and rip on the hardpack, and when it does encounter fresh snow, it also really shines. When we tested this ski a few weeks back and were blown away. We would take this over the BD, Prodigy, and Black Ops for is all-around versatility, dampness and precision and hard snow chops. Just has no weaknesses and is certainly light enough to use as an everyday touring ski.

Hope this helps.

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Dec 16, 2021, 8:45 AM
Could you comment on how the Enforcer 104 Unlimited compares to the Head Core 105 in the following areas:
- weight (186 Nordica vs 189 Core)
- stiffness
- playfulness
- your personal preference and why

Question by: Jim Rioux on Jan 8, 2022, 9:23 PM
Hi Jim,

No comparison, would take the Nordica 104 Unlimited over the Head Kore 105. Much more versatile, approachable, responsive and playful. Although not a stiff as the Head, certainly stiff enough to handle hardpack, crust and chop but still a great floater in pow. Still damp and lighter in weight (3,080 grams compared to Heads 3860 grams) and can handle a variety of turn shapes better than the Head. the Head is stiff, burly and really shines when it is brought up to high speeds. At slower speeds and shorter turns, it felt sluggish and tankish.

Hope this helps.

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Jan 10, 2022, 10:36 AM
Hey SE,

Great content as always and really looking forward to the Enforcer Unlimited review. I would love your advice on some skis if you have the time. I'm 35, 175lbs, 6'4, expert. Home mountains are Alta/Snowbird, Utah. Single directional unless adjusting within a chute or tree thicket. No park but hit small natural features. I have a pair of frontside skis and now looking for an all-mountain ski that leans towards in resort powder ski for the western USA. Always seeking powder stashes through the trees when not linking some Giant Slalom turns on the way to the next in-bounds gate. So here's where I'm at after watching many of your videos and weighing my own preferences: Enforcer 104 Free, Enforcer 104 Unlimited, Ranger 102 FR most likely in the 191 but could be persuaded into 186's. From what I can tell, they all charge, float, and carve very well. It seems like the 104 Unlimited and Rangers 102's will be more snappy due to weight and carbon. Rangers seem to have a vibe of being less powder oriented than the Enforcers but I don't have much to base that vibe on beyond the rocker profile. What would you say are the fine details and key differences to consider for my situation? p.s. if you're ever out our way and would like a local tour of the resort and maybe an apres ski beer send a msg. Cheers!
Question by: Benjamin Hughes on Dec 3, 2021, 2:17 PM
Hello Benjamin,

Thanks for your inquiry-

We would steer you away from the Enforcer Unlimited, more of a tour specific ski than a resort charger. Both are highly capable powder skis with all-mountain capability. The Nordica Enforcer Frees do have a dual metal laminate in them so they would be a stiffer, heavier and more damp than the Fischer Ranger 102 FR which has no metal and has a combination of wood and carbon. The Ranger would be lighter, and a bit more playful to pivot, slash and play with the mountain's natural features. It also is more approachable and can ski a variety of turns shapes at different speeds better than the Nordica which must be driven hard to perform at it best. The more the Nordica is pushed, the better it skis, but it takes an aggressive piolet to bring it up to its true capabilities. So, in short, go with the Fisher for all around performance without having to be on your "A" game all the time.

Hope this helps and think snow!

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Dec 3, 2021, 4:05 PM
I was wondering what your thoughts are on how the Enforcer 104 unlimited compares to the Santa Ana 104 free. I have a pair of 172 Santa Ana 93s that I love! Looking for a second pair of fun/playful skies great for deeper snow. I am an advanced skier at 5’9” and 175lbs. Thanks!!
Question by: Sarah on Feb 28, 2022, 9:58 PM
HI Sarah!
Unlimited is awesome for soft snow for sure. It's a lighter feel than the Santa Ana but the carbon is very useful for performance. If you like the Nordica feel and shape, I think the Unlimited is a good choice, and I'd stick to the same sizing as your 93's if they feel good.
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Mar 1, 2022, 1:32 PM
Hi! Comparing the 104 unlimited to the new unleashed 108. I have enforcer 94 for my everyday east driver but want a second quiver to cover soft snow, powder, bumps, trees, a trip out west, something more fun to ski, playful and when i have the young family with me and aren't hard charging or need to go fast to perform but can still handle groomers and carving. 6ft 195lbs advanced/expert. Thoughts?
Question by: Kevin on Mar 17, 2022, 1:19 PM
HI Kevin!
Weight is the big difference. The Unleashed 108 is pretty substantial. I do think it offers a better choice as a harder-charging ski, but it sounds like the 104 Unlimited may be more your speed. It's a pretty darn impressive groomer ski, that Unlimited, and I feel like that's what you're going for rather than a beefier, more twin-tipped wide ski. Have fun!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Mar 18, 2022, 10:54 AM
Hi there - I have been devouring your ski review videos over the last week! Great work and very informative! Thanks for putting the time and effort into them. I thought I was decided on getting a set of Enforcer 94s as my quiver of one but then I watched the reviews on the Enforcer 104 Free and 104 Unlimited and think I am now leaning towards the Unlimited as the better choice for me. 53 y/o, 6'-1/2", 160 lbs, fit, avid cyclist, advanced skier (started when I was 4 y/o), solid technical skills, but no racing background. I'm in NorCal and usually ski at Squaw Valley. I can ski pretty much the whole mountain but not doing anything crazy at my age. When I watch Bob in the videos, I think my style is really similar to his, although I am probably not quite as precise. Haven't bought new ski gear in a LONG time because I have only been getting in maybe 5 days/season on the mountain. Previous daily drivers were Atomic R-EX in 184cm, but over the last 10 years, I've primarily been using an AT set-up for resort skiing (Black Diamond Kilowatt 95 mm waist at 175cm with Fritschi Freeride Plus bindings). Love to carve nice big sweeping turns at speed on the groomers, but also like to venture off piste on powder days, softer crud, the occasional mogul run, and anything steep (as long as it doesn't require launching into the air). I was drawn to the 94's because of their all-mountain carving prowess but after further review, think that the 104 Unlimited or Free would be better options for me given my age, weight and desire to have a ski that is easier to flick and toss around when I am on terrain other than a groomed slope. My kids are now young adults and enjoy skiing more than when they were younger and I find myself joining them as they venture off piste. What are your thoughts on the 104 Unlimited or Free for me and also do you think 179cm would the correct length? Thanks.
Question by: Michael on Mar 3, 2022, 3:17 PM
HI Michael!
You really only miss out on the top end of carving smoothness and performance when you go from FRee to Unlimited. Mostly, the Unlimited is a really composed and strong ski that loves to be turned on and played with. The Free does too, but needs to be used at higher speeds. If you're looking for a well-rounded and fun ski at a light weight, I'd go Unlimited in the 179. Have fun!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Mar 3, 2022, 3:54 PM
I am an expert level female, 5'7" and 140lbs. I am looking for a ski that can keep up with my carving turns in bounds, but light and jumpy off-piste. I also will use this ski for touring and put a pin binding on it. Thoughts to if this will be a good option? I am looking to purchase the 165cm length and 104mm underfoot! My main concern is I have never used a "mens" ski before and if it will be too heavy uphill. Another concern is I do not want the Enforcer Unlimited to be too similar to my Volkl Secret 92mm (163cm length)... I am hoping this ski is much more playful in the deeper snow. Thoughts on comparing the two?

Thanks in advance!
Question by: Carlyn on Jan 31, 2022, 8:12 PM
Hi Caryn,

The Enforcer Unlimited 104 would be a fantastic option. Much lighter in the build from a power and weight perspective compared the to Men's Enforcer version. No metal in the Unlimited which makes it playful yet strong and lightweight. A much different ski than the Secret as well as Secret is stiffer, more powerful ski with metal in too. The Unlimited's are great floaters in the pow, and are an ideal 50/50 resort-touring ski. At your stats , go with the 165 cm length. Go for either a Marker Kingpin of Salomon Shift binding.

Have fun! A great set up!

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Feb 2, 2022, 11:41 AM
Colorado expert skier that just did demo days on Enforcer 100 on 8 inch powder day. I used to bump ski more and now that I am 52 I am seeking a few bump runs a day and gravitating to all mountain powder, steeps etc. What sold me on the metal enforcers was the ability to take a steep powder run with broken chop- it allowed me to keep a tight line without being thrown off by the changing snow. They did seem a little sluggish in bumps. Now I see your unlimited review and you seem to almost give a non-touring thumbs up for this to be your resort ski as its lighter and just gives a little on top end. Not sure I can demo the 23 unlimiteds but intrigued if I should plunge in to go with with this ski? Would you get thrown around a lot more in chop or still gain the tight line I am seeking plus this seems like the unlimited would be better in bumps? Thanks
Question by: Todd Cramer on Jan 10, 2022, 8:31 PM
Hi Todd,

We tested this skied in Stowe, VT over the last month or so and put it through all of its paces with the exception of copious powder. This ski really impressed s with its unique ability to ski hard pack while staying stable at speeds. The absence of metal in this ski certainly makes its easier to turn and more maneuverable than the regular Enforcer in bumps and tight spots. What you do lose is dampness and deflection capability in crud. But if you are willing to give that up a bit, you will get a more forgiving ski for bumps and a much lighter swing weight for shorter turns. Still a great floater with that 104 waist width in pow and a great quiver of one ski for the West !

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Jan 11, 2022, 9:08 AM
Hey guys, love the videos! I have a couple of questions about this ski. I live in CO, 6’4” 230, advanced and am all over the mountain. Love trees and bumps, off piste but still enjoy ripping groomers too. Loved the idea of the enforcers in general so I grabbed a 104 free at 186 this year (used, banged up and cheap) to see how I liked them. Love them, want more and am still curious about length for my size. I considered the 191 for the free but heard a lot about it being a lot of ski, heavy and tough to move around, the 186 isn’t light but hasn’t limited me really. I’m looking to do a new touring set up and at my size I viewed the unlimited as a good touring specific ski. Does the reduced weight take out the main reason for not skiing the 191 in the free? My backcountry skiing typically isn’t in super tight terrain. I’m still curious about 186 vs 191 in all the non limited widths from 94 up. Lastly how does this 104 unlimited compare to the Navis Freebird? Thanks!!
Question by: John on Jan 2, 2022, 8:48 PM
Hi John,

I would not use the weight reduction as a reason to go bigger. The Unlimited still has the exact same shape and rocker profile as the the regular Enforcer, They just took out the metal and added denser wood and carbon. Still skis almost the same, just not a quite as damp, and much lighter for the up.

Both the Enforcer Unlimited and the Navis are in the same class. I would take the Nordica over the Navis for its hard snow and mixed conditions capabilities. The Navis tends to get deflected and chatter on firmer conditions. More of a soft snow oriented ski. The Nordica s much more well rounded.

Hope this helps and have fun!

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Jan 4, 2022, 7:36 AM
Hello SE,
I am an experienced telly skier and want a pair of lighter all mountain skiis for front side skiing only out west in British Columbia. I'm almost a senior and 180cm 70kg. I spend most days on groomers and glades but no moguls anymore. What are your recommendations for me that would work with NTN freeride bindings? I'm looking around 100-105 waist. Liberty Origin 101? Atomic Maverick 100? Elan Ripstick 106? Nordica Enforcer 106 unlimited? Salomon QST 98? Volkl Mantra 100? Those have caught my attention and I'm having trouble figuring out which ski works best for me. Thanks
Question by: Skyler on Dec 17, 2021, 2:53 AM
Hi Skyler,

I tele as well on NTN and have a Volkl Blaze 94 for hard snow and the Blaze 106 for soft snow and powder.
The Elan Ripstick, Nordica Unlimited and Volkl Mantra are all great skis. I tested all of them a few weeks ago but with alpine boots and bindings. I thought the best was by far the Noridcas which would make a great tele ski with a close 2nd to the Elans. Light, snappy and can do any turn shape at any speed in any condition. These would make great tele skis and are certainly light enough to tour on as well. The Volkl and Salomon would be burly for tele.
With your stats, go with a 179 or 180cm length.

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Dec 17, 2021, 10:15 AM
Hi - I'm an expert skier but I've packed on more than a few extra lbs....5'11, 245 lbs. I charge hard as far as my legs and lungs will take me. Ski exclusively west coast, a lot of tight lines in trees and bumps but also looking for something stable on the groomers. Currently skiing older Soul 7s and enjoy the playfulness, but they can feel quite flimsy at speed when conditions get cruddier or on firm groomers. I think I've narrowed it down to the 104 Unlimited or Ranger 102 FR, but open to other suggestions. The regular 104 Frees also intrigue me a bit to help w/ stability given my weight, but leaning more towards something lighter / more playful. Also not sure if I should consider going up to 191 cm for a little more edge. Thanks!
Question by: Matt on Jan 20, 2022, 6:20 PM
Hi Matt,

The Nordica Enforcer 94 is SE tester favorite as a one ski quiver. We strongly feel that mid-90's waist width is the sweet spot for all-mountain versatility. This ski shines in any condition on any terrain with the exception of deep powder. Any turn shape at any speed as well. An its a surprisingly good floater in 3-6" of pow.. At your stats, go for the 179cm length. Plenty of ski with its dual metal construction.

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Jan 21, 2022, 1:06 PM
Hi Dave- thanks for the response on Jan 11 to sell me on the enforcer 104 unlimited. Can you help me with size for a 6' 178lb advanced skier that will do all resort, all mtn, with good dose of bumps? My demo of the 100 Enforcers at 184 felt spot on. Also doing the Look Pivot 14 based on your other review. Sounds like I probably dont need a full metal binding and can do fine on performance with the 14s? How do I figure out the specific version in the line that fits this ski? Finally i have my old metal Look Pivot and I guess I should not re-use those 8 year old models? Thanks again
Question by: Todd Cramer on Jan 12, 2022, 10:02 PM
Hi Todd,

Yes, 184 all the way for the length and the Look Pivot 14 would work very well w the ski. An 8 year old binding would be too risky release wise, especially with a newer boot. You would need go with the 115 brake and have that bent a bit (Which we do all the time.) The 95mm brake option won't fit.

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Jan 13, 2022, 9:50 AM
5’11” 205 lbs advanced skier and really considering the enforcer 104 unlimited for its touring weight but what length? There is a lot of rocker in tip and tail
Standinding beside 191 cm seems right but just looks long
Is 186 cm too short though?
Question by: David on Feb 16, 2022, 5:57 PM
HI David!
I would say the 186 is right on the money.
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Feb 17, 2022, 5:29 PM
At 5'10" 155 lbs, I felt the Enforcer 94 (179) was too burly for me to get it to turn in tight bumps, trees, or tight steeps. Loved it for maching on the groomers and open chopped, but just too burly for my weight in the more demanding spots. The way you guys talk about the 104 Unlimited, it sounds like a slightly beefier version of my old Armada TSTs (which I still love for powder days! - I love the way it folds into turns and can smear and slurve on demand). The Enforcer 94 is a way more precise, hard charger. Is the Unlimited 104 the bastard child of the regular Enforcer and the TST - or am I just dreaming? If it IS, then I want that bastard!
Question by: JD on Mar 8, 2022, 10:12 PM
Hi JD!
I think you are close. Same shaping as the Enforcer, but a more responsive and energetic feel to it. That does come at the cost of stability, but it all depends if you view that as an asset or a liability depending on your ski style.
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Mar 9, 2022, 12:03 PM
Expert skier, 5'8" 170lbs. Started skiing 3 years ago when I switched from snowboarding. I'm looking to upgrade from my beginner Elan skis 160 length 76 underfoot. I just demoed the K2 mindbender 90Ti (172) this past weekend's at Cannon on a 8" powder day. It felt pretty good but it took some adjusting to the wider/bigger ski. I really wanted to demo the Nordica Enforcers but they didn't have any. Should have taken the longer drive to Stowe instead. I mostly ski east coast but I'm planning on taking 1 or 2 trips out west per year when my girls start ripping double blacks at Stowe. I'm looking for a one ski quiver that can do it, all mostly at the resort (bumps, trees, east coast powder, light park usage, carving, etc.) The Nordica Enforcer Unlimited skis sound very appealing the way you guys talk how playful and light they are. I don't plan on skiing out of bounds in the next few years but I want something light an playful when my kids start exploring the mountain with more speed. I was really considering the NORDICA ENFORCER UNLIMITED 94 but in your video reviews the 104 Unlimited sounds more versatile, easier to ski and hit at the park than the 94 Unlimited. Which is weird, because the 104 is so much wider underfoot. My question is, which ski is better for mostly east coast resort skiing with occasional chasing of east coast powered days and around 5 to 10 days per year of west coast skiing? Also what length should I get for my height/weight? Thanks.
Question by: Tiho Piskuliyski on Mar 14, 2022, 9:59 PM
Hi Tiho!
We just found that the extra material of the 104 and the shape made it a better and more versatile all-mountain ski for a lot of different skiers. I think it's a great choice for both east and west skiing, and I'd go with the 172 in that ski. Have fun!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Mar 15, 2022, 3:49 PM
Hi there, hope all is well! Thanks for the review. I am very intrigued with the Enforcer 104 Unlimited and am seriously considering it to replace my current 104-106waisted touring ski. My inbounds ski is a 180 cm Bent Chetler 100 which i really, really like. I mounted them 1.5 cm forward and am a mostly directional skier (advanced intermediate - advanced). I live in south western British Columbia - variable snow but often pretty decent. I have found the BC100 to be an allrounder. Easy to pivot, slarve, carve and turn (very responsive). I would like to find a touring ski that shares the same ski performance characteristics but also has better powder float than the BC 100. Does the 104 Unlimited share these characteristics? Or would the Backland 107 be better. I have skied a 186 Enforcer 104 and found it stable but a bit heavy and long in some circumstances. I am 5’9” and about 165 lbs and wonder how the 179 104 Unlimited would tour and perform on west coast heavy powder? Or would the Backland 107 or Line Vision 108 be a better option? Although i have read that the 107 can be unforgiving and I prefer a more forgiving ski

Thanks your insight is much appreciated. Your reviews are really great!


Question by: Eric on Mar 25, 2022, 1:05 PM
HI Eric!
The Unlimited 104 is more playful and surfy than the Backland 107 for sure. That 107 has a pretty stiff flex and a directional shape while the 104 is more freeride oriented. I think it makes a fantastic touring ski for your application, and I think you should go that route in the 179 for sure. The Vision is pretty light and flexible--not quite the same performance level as the 104.
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Mar 25, 2022, 4:02 PM
Debating between Enforcer Unlimited 104 and Blaze 106 in the 165cm lengths. 60/40 on/off hill. Inter moutain British Columbia skiing, advanced skier, 50 year old, 5.5, 145LBS. My current setups are a M5 for on hill, BTM 109 for BC. I've been using my BMT a lot on the hill for it's lightness. It's just so good on all but the hardest snow. So I'm looking at the above to keep my BMT just for the backcountry and have a multirole big mountain ski. I'll mount them with a shift or Zed12 binding.
Question by: Nick on Apr 19, 2022, 7:18 PM
Hi Nick!

Either of these skis could work for a 60/40 setup so its going to come down to if you want a more traditional feeling ski or something with more of a freeride feel. The Blaze is extremely easy to maneuver and is overall a well rounded ski. The Unlimited 104 has a little more pop from the turn and is very playful. I think if you want something fun and maybe a little lighter, the 104 unlimited will be the ski to go for.

Answer by: Chris McClelland on Apr 20, 2022, 9:54 AM
Hello - 6' 175lb intermediate Colorado skier working my way to advanced. Still exploring different types of terrain and figuring out what I like best. I had been eyeing up the Bent Chetler 100's for a one-ski quiver that I can grow with, and while I really enjoyed the intuitiveness and maneuverability of the BCs (180cm) when demoing, I felt they got a bit squirrelly/deflected in chop/crud. It seems like the Unlimited's may share a lot of similar qualities to the BCs, with perhaps a bit more stability in crud and a bit more edge grip on groomers. Would the Unlimited 104 be a good choice as a Bent Chetler 100 alternative with a touch more stability/edge hold, or should I just pull the trigger on the BCs at my ability level? Size recommendations for either BC 100 and Unlimited 104? Thanks in advance!!
Question by: Ian on Apr 27, 2022, 11:06 AM
Hi Ian!

I think if you're looking for a little more stability you'll really like the Unlimited 104. Its stiffer than the BC's so they won't deflect or chatter as much in chop and crud. They're still a lightweight ski so its hard to fully get rid of chatter but the carbon does a pretty good with dampening things. They're still playful and maneuverable but with a little more backbone for those icy days. For length the 179 sounds like a good length, the jump up to 186 would give you a little more edge on groomers but its going to be up to you if you want a more grips and stability with the longer ski, or more maneuverability and nimbleness with the shorter.

Have fun out there!
Answer by: Chris McClelland on Apr 27, 2022, 4:40 PM
This is a size question: 179 or 186? I'm 61, 200 lbs, advanced, ski 25+ days a season, usually Palisades Tahoe but also Utah and Colorado trips (and my first heli trip with CMH a few weeks ago in the Cariboos that I want to do annually until I die). I love my Enforcer 88s, 186 cm, for front side. I have done some backcountry and will be mounting Shift bindings. I demoed the Free 104 in a 179 on firm snow last month and was impressed at how it carved and could see how the soft snow performance would be great. I have all the high-speed stability I need on the 104 Free at 179, and my Enforcer 88s seem longer than necessary at 186. I would prefer more maneuverability than fast charging stability. But I am worried that the 104 Unlimited at 179 would wash out at my weight. Thoughts? Will the size feel similar between the Free and Unlimited? Will a 186 cm 104 Unlimited feel as long as a Enforcer 88? Thanks!
Question by: Jeff Anhalt on May 3, 2022, 2:46 PM
Hi Jeff!

Since the 104 Unlimited is a lighter ski and has more rocker in the tips and tails its won't feel as long at 186 as the Enforcer 88. It is a softer ski so there is the potential it washes out at a 179 so moving up to the 186 would give you more to push into while turning.

Have fun!
Answer by: Chris McClelland on May 5, 2022, 4:35 PM
Hello guys, if I get the enforcer unlimited are you be able to mount the bindings
Question by: Eladio De la cruz on Sep 9, 2022, 2:56 AM
Thanks for reaching out Eladio,

We include mounting at no extra charge. If you would like us to mount please send the boot sole length of the boot in millimeters (mm). This number can be found on the outside or inside edge of the heel. It is small and engraved into the boot and is three digits roughly in the about the 250 to 350 range and will have mm after it for millimeters. Please note you will still have to take them to a certified technician at a local ski shop before your first run. They will need to set the forward pressure, Din and test the bindings with your boot to ensure safety and stability.

Feel free to reach out if you need any recommendations on bindings to pair with those Enforcers. We look forward to getting you on some sweet skis for this winter. Cheers!
Answer by: Connor Wier (Admin) on Sep 9, 2022, 12:06 PM

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