Nordica Axana Ski System with Bindings (Women's)
If you need a friend when you're out there learning, you need the Nordica Axana Ski System. If you're a new skier, these easy women's skis will boost your skills; and if you've already earned your stripes, the Axana will be a fun way to cruise the mountain. Nordica's All-Mountain sidecut makes both entering and exiting a turn easy, and the forgiving, flexible nature makes it fun to explore new and more challenging terrain.
- Design: All-Mountain
- Camber: Full Cam camrock Traditional camber
- Ski Dimensions: 116-70-100
- Binding: Nordica Sport Binding included
- Binding DIN Range: 2.5-10
- Turn Radius: 14m (size 160)
- Friendly and forgiving ski for recreational and intermediate skiers
- 8mm traditional camber for excellent hold through turns
- All-Mountain sidecut promotes easy handling
- Energy Frame Wood construction for lightweight feel
- XCT central turntable for easy binding adjustment
- Wood i-Core is 20% lighter than previous versions
Questions and Answers
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"Do ski bindings come with these skis?"
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Question by Joe on 8/9/2011 - 5:47 pm
"Yes this does come with the bindings. For the skis on our website, anywhere that you see Ski "System" will be a set that will come with bindings. Hope this helps!"
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 8/10/2011 - 9:15 am
"I am shopping for skis for my wife. She is 5' 5" and about 150lbs. Basically an advanced beginner that skis very conservatively. Would these skis be a good choice or would something else be better? These are about the price range I was looking for."
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Question by Kevin on 9/5/2012 - 2:31 pm
"These skis are great for a beginner. For her height, weight and style, a 152 ski size will suit her well. These skis are for a groomers/ freestyle terrain. When she is ready to do an all mountain terrain, I would recommend the Nordica Axana Ski System in a 160 size. It's in the price range you want to be in as well. Hope that helps!"
Answer by Jaime (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/7/2012 - 10:57 am
"I am shopping for skis for my 16 yo daughter who has skied since she was 4 and has skied every winter in Colorado, Snowshoe etc. She skis everything including Blacks, diamonds, the trees, etc. Would these skis be good for her or do you suggest another ski (and boot) you carry? She is 5-4 and weighs 115 lbs. Thanks."
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Question by susanne on 1/16/2013 - 12:46 pm
"These skis are too short and narrow for her abilities and type of snow she will be skiing. If she is going to continue to ski out west where she is going to be in powder, you want to get a wide ski. Also, based on her weight, height, ability, and her general style, that you provided me, she will need a longer ski to match her better. I would recommend the Rossignol S7 W Skis or the Rossignol S3 W Skis. A wider ski will help her float on the powder and the longer ski will give her a smoother ride, especially at higher speeds. "
Answer by Jaime (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/16/2013 - 1:59 pm
"I am an advanced intermediate skier now and have been skiing for about 8 years. I ski in the east, am 5' tall and weigh less than 100 pounds. Do you think this ski is enough of or a ski for me or should I be looking for a more advanced ski? "
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Question by Sherry on 3/2/2013 - 9:19 pm
"It sounds like this ski would be great for you. If you have more questions about it, feel free to call one of the ski techs in any of our store locations so that they can talk to you directly about your skills and needs and get you in the right ski."
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/5/2013 - 4:38 pm