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Sir Francis Bacons Or Nordica Supercharger Enforcer?
Hey what are your thoughts on these skis? im leaning towards stiffer ski
you're comparing apples and oranges with those two skis, but the enforcers are stiffer - similar to the old seth vicious
115 waist vs 98 waist
soft vs noodle-ish
142/115/139 vs 138/98/125
two very different skis
Don't know to much about etiher but I though Nordica was a softer ski.
nah. the enforcer is stiffer, it is more designed for charging.
I would go for the Bacons. Unless you want to ride all mountain, then the Enforcers. Bacon.
I would say check out the bacons. I don't think you can go wrong with that ski, but thats just my opinion because i don't really know much about nordica's...
The enforcer's are UNREAL! really sick all mountain ski. If you are looking ofr some stiffness, definitely go with that. I rode next years Bacon for most of last season, and I am still diggin the enforcers more, and bought a pair. I ski more all mountain, lookin for a stiffer ski with some snap.
mid-flex. Not super stiff, maybe a teensy bit above exactly in the middle. I love my enforcers so much, you should mount them a little forward of recommended if you plan to land in powder switch. They have a 1st generation gotama-like tail, which actually stomps so well. It charges super well, too.
I'm 5'8" 135 lbs about, and it works for me everywhere at crystal mtn, WA which has some super tough terrain on there, but also some nice spots for bc booters and cornice drops.
It's not as playful as the bacon, I wouldn't recommend it to backcountry jib or butter around in powder, but it's an all-around super sick ski which will work pretty much everywhere. I've even skied these in the park and they ride decently. It's got a smaller turning radius for a powder ski, but a huge shovel tip and somewhat of a shovel tail too, so you can blast through powder if necessary, pretty much anything nature can throw at you except for maybe 5 foot deep AK snow.
Essentially, it's a Rory Bushfield BC ski.
I really liked the enforcer.. it felt a little bit more.. chargy? It was definitely good edge to edge, and it smashed crud really well.
I like the bacons too.. but they are only really better in softer snow, or in the park I'd imagine. They are definitely softer and more playful.
The skier formerly known as Rabiddingo66
thats how id describe them, similar to the rossi scratch bcs just a tad stiffer.
i like the bacons better, skis are sick
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