Blizzard Brahma 88 vs Nordica Santa Ana 98
Nordica Santa Ana 98
Best for Most
in All-Mountain Ski
19 reviewsView Product Details
- Great for all-mountain skiing
- Good for carvers and skiers who want a versatile ski
- Comfortable to wear all day long
- Versatile for a variety of terrain
- Easy to adjust
- Great for stability and power
- Fun to ski
- Stable and fast
- Grips icy patches well
- Long ski length
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Nordica Santa Ana 88 2020-21
Rather than a high speed tool for strong skiers, this feels more suited to being an everyday ski for intermediates, but at a price point most skiers would be happy with. And that trickle-down graphic from the more freeride-focussed models does make for genuine good looks and rack appeal.
1 year ago
2022-2023 Nordica Santa Ana 98 | Blister Review
The Santa Ana 98’s recommended mount point is in line with most Santa Ana and Enforcer skis we’ve tried over the years, sitting at about -8 cm back from the true center of the ski. I skied the Santa Ana 98 on the recommended mount point and felt no need to move away from it.The Santa Ana series is known for being on the heavier side of the spectrum and the 98 is no exception. Below is a list of weights for a number of skis in the 93-102 mm range
1 year ago
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