Nordica Girish - Alpine Skis: Reviews

Nov 1, 2010
Outside Magazine
Nordica Girish - Alpine Skis: Reviews

   Photo: Shana Novak

Good for Big Mountain
It's a fat ski in a race ski's body. With no camber at all (either traditional or reverse), a wood-and-metal laminate construction to quiet the ride, and vertical sidewalls for enhanced edge penetration, the Girish likes to flat-out wail downhill. "The stability makes them easy to ski," said one tester, "and you can pull them into shorter-radius turns on command." Yes, there's a small weight penalty for all that metal and wood, but the extra mass—and the 110 millimeters underfoot—also translates to serious crud-bashing power. 139/110/129;

Filed To: Men's, Alpine Skis

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