2023 Nordica Enforcer Unlimited 94 Skis

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Nordica Enforcer Unlimited 94 Skis

The Enforcer Unlimited 94 sits right in the middle of the new Unlimited series by Nordica. With a 94- millimeter waist, it features traditional camber underfoot producing excellent hard snow capabilities. To amplify your confidence and control, the ski features All Mountain Rocker with an early rise tip and tail rocker to help you transition easily in and out of turns, while providing ample soft snow and powder performance as well. This all-mountain ski reimagines award-winning Enforcer design by pairing it with game-changing uphill capabilities with a Lite Performance wood core. Tipping the scales at a scant 1460 grams in the 172-centimeter length, the Enforcer's Unlimited 94's lightweight construction makes it easy to maneuver and maximizes efficiency when touring, all without compromising performance on the descent. This makes the ski a true one ski quiver that acts as a do it all Swiss Army knife for both resort and backcountry applications. Thaks to its shape, profile and construction, this makes it one of the most well-rounded skis we have seen come through our doors. East or West, North or South, these skis just scream the ultimate in versatility. Skiers, if you only have a choice to buy one pair of skis to simply do it all, the Nordica Enforcer Unlimited 94 skis are a worthy choice that will check all of the boxes on your list.


  • Sidecut: 125-93-112 mm at 158 cm, 125.5-94-112.5 mm at 165 cm, 126.5-94-114.5mm at 172 cm, 127-94-115.5 mm at 179 cm & 127.5-94-115.5 mm at 186 cm length
  • Turn Radius: 14.4 meters at 158 cm, 15.5 at 165 cm, 16.1 at 172cm, 17.1 meters at 179 cm & 18.2 meters at 186cm
  • Weight: 1460 grams at 172 cm length
  • Lite Performance Wood Core
  • All Mountain Rocker
  • Ability Level: Advanced and Expert Skiers

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2023 Nordica Enforcer Unlimited 94 Skis

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Hey, how would you compare the Enforcer 94 Unlimited and Dynastar M-pro 90 when it comes to overall snow performance? I own 2 pairs of Enforcers 93 (184 with Griffon for resort on/off piste, and 177 with Shift for touring). I am thinking of replacing the one with Shift with something lighter but similar performance (carying almost 6kg on backpack while climbing in couloir is no fun). For days with a fresh snow I have a wider pair of skis so the M-pro 90 or Enforcer 94 unlimited would be used as an all round touring ski for me for days with little new snow or hard snow/icy conditions.
Question by: Frenky on Mar 16, 2022, 1:49 PM
HI Frenky!
If you're thinking that weight at all has something to do with the equation, I'd lean to the Unlimited 94. The M-Pro 90 is considerably higher-performance, but that's because it has metal and a hybrid core with a ton of Polyurethane material. The skis are heavy. At the same time, there's nothing wrong with how that Unlimited 94 skis--it's snappy, stiff, and energetic--all in a good way. If you have other skis for resort applications, I think the Unlimited 94 pairs really well with the shift for a true 50/50 setup.
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Mar 16, 2022, 1:54 PM
What is the difference between the Enforcer and the Enforcer Unlimited?
Question by: James Gatto on Mar 15, 2022, 5:42 PM
HI James!
Same footprint and rocker profile. Unlimited has no metal while regular 94 has two sheets. Unlimited has two carbon applications while regular 94 has one. This makes Unlimited about 25% lighter but still energetic and grippy. Skiers who like the Enforcer shaping and profile but want a lighter ski will love the Unlimited.
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Mar 16, 2022, 8:00 AM
Debating between Ripstick 96 and Enforcer Unlimited 94. 70% groomers, 30% powder/touring. To be paired with Salomon shift bindings. Advanced/intermediate. 5’10 155lbs. I really enjoy carving but I also like some touring (nothing extreme, more like hiking or accessing ski resort slopes before opening)
Question by: Francois on Mar 25, 2022, 10:35 PM
HI Francois!
Ripstick has more downhill performance built in while the Unlimited is a better touring option. If you're skiing lifts more often than not, I'd go Ripstick in the 180. Have fun!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Mar 28, 2022, 10:47 AM

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