Pugski Ski Tester
- Nov 1, 2015
- Reno, eNVy
The 102-105mm segment has been highly contested over the past few seasons with no one ski coming out as a clear winner of the brass ring. The closest may be the Nordica Enforcer 104 Free, but there is a new Rossi in town that pushed its way to the head of the pack and doing it’s best Johnny.. "well, you're pretty good, ol' son, but sit down in that chair right there and let me show you how it's done”.
Nordica did a pretty good job taking the popular Enforcer 100 and making an even more off piste oriented version in the Enforcer 104 Free. They took the proven Hammerhead tip, tweaked it, and gave it more tail rise and voila…a soft snow biased Enforcer with all the playfulness of a sorority girl at Spring Break.
Rossignol went the completely different direction with the new Sender Ti. The outgoing Soul 7 had very little street cred and was a caricature of it’s design. While its initial sales success was a paper fire, its popularity amongst serious skiers immediately wained. Enter the Sender Ti. The Sender is everthing the Soul wasn’t: solid, strong, powerful, and graphics that you either love or hate. The Sender Ti is the serious ski in this class that others will be compared against.
- Why choose Enforcer 104 Free: You want a proven playful ski this class. You don’t want to think about what the ski will do, it just does it.
- Why choose the Black Ops Sender Ti: The Sender Ti expects your input and the more you give it, the more it rewards you. You want to rip and you don’t want to worry if you will find the ski's limits.