Nordica Enforcer Unlimited Review
If you’re looking for a ski that’s a solid blend of performance and comfort, the Nordica enforcer unlimited is a great choice. It’s light enough to keep you agile while skiing at high speeds, and its traditional camber profile allows you to glide across fresh powder with ease.
It’s easy to see why the Enforcer Unlimited has been so popular among backcountry skiers. It’s one of the few backcountry touring skis on the market that can handle all sorts of terrain and snow conditions.
The Unlimited combines Nordica’s expertise in machining metal with two sheets of carbon to drop weight, but it still retains the same shape and profile that makes the standard Enforcer a go-to ski. The result is a ski that’s 25% lighter yet still provides similar grip and energy transfer.
You’ll want to tune up the Enforcer Unlimited a bit to make sure it feels right for you, especially on firm snow. Once I got the tune dialed in, the skis were much more enjoyable to manipulate into a wide variety of turn shapes and styles.
I was able to do things like drive inbounds groomers, float in bumps and powder, and carve a smooth, centered GS turn on a steep mountainside. It’s a good balance between a soft-snow-friendly and more radical-shaped ski, which is what I was after.
While I’d love to see a slightly more aggressive shape in this category, the Enforcer Unlimited is an excellent choice for a variety of skiers who want to spend some time on the backcountry, but don’t want to give up the stability and power of a more radical ski. It’s also a great option for those who just want to hit the groomers and have fun on them.