Nordica Santa ana 110

Nordica Santa ana 110
Category: Offpist / Freeride
Level: Advanced
Brand: Nordica
Modelyear: 2020
Women product.
Measure (Tip/Waist/Tail): 138/110/127 mm Turning radius: 14.50 m (161 cm)
Sizes: 161,169,177 cm
(Official information from Nordica)

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This is the widest ski in the Santa Ana range and is described as a powder ski which, despite the well-increased width of 110 millimeters below the foot, works really well on the entire mountain. Santa Ana 110 is light and playful with a construction of poplar, beech and balsa wood which has subsequently been reinforced with titanium (trademarked aluminum variant) and carbon fiber which stiffens the ski. Pillows or Manchester? Nordica Santa Ana 110 is fat right no matter!
Rating: 9.31

Model year: 2020
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Simple in the turns, stable at high speed and also easy to handle in the piste.

Can sometimes feel heavy on the feet.

Tested this ski in St Anton when it had over 40 cm powder snow. This was the first time I went off-piste outside Sweden and otherwise I go Santa Ana 93 but these Santa Ana 110 were perfect in pillows according to me. Easy to swing with and stable at higher speeds, also think that they were easy to handle in the piste.
If I have to say something negative with these then it is that I sometimes felt that they were a bit heavy on their feet but it could also have been due to the snow or that I got tired in my legs so there was nothing that disturbed me.

Model year: 2019
Riding style: Powder
Length on the ski: 169 cm
Riders weight: 57 kg
Riders length: 170 cm

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Nordica Santa Ana 110 is a powerful, stable ski that locks the mountain for every woman who wants to take her skiing to the next level. The wood core is a combination of lighter wood and the core contains layers of titanium and coal, which is the basis of the stable characteristic of Santa Ana 110.