A ski that you can take through some epic sidecountry skiing then shred hard on the frontside, the Nordica Hell and Back. This 98mm waisted beast skis like it was built with some of the most choice materials you could possibly construct a ski out of. The Hell and Back gives even the most accomplished skiers more confidence while screaming down the mountain. Nordica produces a lot of skis that ski well, but this just skis great all over the mountain. The Hell and Back is one of the most nimble and agile of skis in its class, the 90 - 100mm waist. The Nordica Hell and Back will have you grinning ear to ear.
Energy CA I-Core is a vertical sidewall construction with carbon for increased torsional rigidity and energy.
Nordica's I-Core is a ultra lightweight wood core that still provides exceptional stability and durability.
Cam Rock: Early Rise - This shape has rocker in the tip of the ski and camber underfoot. The tip rocker gives the Hell & Back better floatation through deep snow, and allows the ski to easily initiate turns on any surface. The camber really gives the ski power and a solid feeling underfoot.
The Nordica Hell & Back does not come with a binding. We recommend you use a binding that will accommodate your skiing needs (backcountry, touring, all-mountain, freestyle etc.). Be sure the brake width and release settings will work for your particular activity. Questions about what's best for you, contact an expert at TheSkiMonster.com.
Recommended Binding: Marker Jester. See pictures below to see how your Nordica Hell and Back and Marker Jester would look.
• Core Material: Full Wood, Carbon
• Profile: Rocker/Camber
• Gender: Mens
• Tip Width: 135 mm
• Waist Width: 98 mm
• Tail Width: 125 mm
• Tail Shape: Twin
• Radius: 19 @ 177 cm
• Ability Level: Advanced to Expert
• Binding: None
• Warranty: 1 Year
• Offered Sizes: 161, 169, 177, 185 cm
• Model Year: 2013
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