Nordica Grand Prix S


Brand: Nordica

What do you think about Nordica Grand Prix S?
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(Guest)
01/02/2005
Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful!!!!

This is the de-tuned version of the Grand Prix R. Don't see it as an inferior model however - the green peril is so stiff that it's strictly for experts and most find it painful to use.

It's got a progressive flex that's a joy to use. It's as comfortable in deep snow as it is at high speed carving.

They last forever. My pair were 1997 vintage and lasted until 2004 surviving almost three full seasons of skiing.

Their fit is a dream for those of use with broader feet than most. They're also very, very well suited to using with footbeds - my silly low arches never hurt once in my beloved boots.

Sometimes a bit cold but that's probably from my dodgy tendancy to wear two pairs of socks and it really was cold on those days (c. -25 - really, you're going to have cold feet whatever you're wearing)

So then in conclusion, simply can't be faulted for excellent skiiers who don't want to be punished by race boots and like all mountain skiing.

The biggest shame is that Nordy aren't making them anymore!

Brome
03/03/2003
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A very nice pants, quite so soft, flex well! Minus because they bend 2 pairs of rods!

Model year: 2001
freeride_nu
10/03/2000
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Good shoes, which a good can have on the foot an entire day without getting dressed. Excellent Freeride Shoes, since it's not as rigid as a racing boot.
/ Pezn

Model year: 1999
henrikmjoberg
06/04/1999
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A very nice pants with not too hard flex (to be a racing model). Therefore, is suitable as well as outside the piste. Always warm and comfortable feet, even with a tight tight knot. Easily adjustable canting by Allen key.

Model year: 1999