Nordica Speedmachine 14


Brand: Nordica
Modelyear: 2006

What do you think about Nordica Speedmachine 14?
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Oskar Tössberg
Oskar Tössberg (Guest)
27/01/2011
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Strenghts:
Dirty, stiff and sturdy pants. Gets easy to push down heavy-duty skis on the slopes. Nice and furthermore comfortable when the foot is adjusted.

Weaknesses:
Has not lasted as long as other pants I used, they start running out after four years. In temperatures below 10 minus degrees, the feet completely ignore, they are ice cold.

Summary:
I'm a little worried that they will not be out of season, and so far, they have only a total of three months' drive. They have become significantly smoother in the last year and unfortunately I'll soon see me after a couple of new ones, but it will be hard to find better boots.
Everything is top-notch durability and you freeze your feet when it's cold outside.

Alfons75
24/04/2006
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Strenghts:
Nice, cool, good looking
Good choice as serious free-kick boots.
Hard enough to give good power to harder skis - without giving the drawbacks that a racing pants would give.
Have driven it with a Nordica Hot Rod Top Fuel that requires power - just right

Weaknesses:
Any piece of chrome trimmed on the shell flags easily

Summary:
Something harder and narrower than Nordica Hot Rod - also slightly cheaper
Helrätt Nordica's choice (if you do not run anyways)

gzq2dx
gzq2dx (Guest)
24/04/2006
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Strenghts:
Good choice as a free-skating bitch on a higher level.
Drive the boot on a pair of Nordica Hot Rod Top Fuel 178s that require power to work.
The scale is hard and distinct enough to gain power and control to the skid without having to go to such extremes as pure racing boots

Weaknesses:
A part of the curtain on the shell flags / repair easily

Summary:
Good skier
76 kg
182 cm
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