Nordica Wild Belle Skis (Women's)
Now here is a ski you can truly take everywhere. The Nordica Wild Belle Skis are just wide enough to take in the powder or chop, yet narrow enough for the groomers. The all-mountain camRock profile features a lifted tip for better float and traditional camber under foot for easy turn initiation. The lightweight women-specific Energy Core is made with poplar, ash, and two polyurethane stringers for weight reduction and versatility in all conditions. Grab a pair of the Wild Belles and you can toss your trail map and ski whatever looks fun.
- Design: All-Mountain/Powder
- Ski Dimensions: 126-84-112
- Turn Radius: 15m (size 162)
- Camber: All Mountain camRock tip rocker/camber under foot
- Bindings: Bindings not included
- Two strips of polyurethane for added stiffness and stability
- Lightweight women-specific poplar and ash core
- EVO binding plate is wider for better edge control
- Rockered tip for float and easy turn initiation
- Camber under foot for stability on hardpack
Questions and Answers
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"I'm a 15 year old girl who has been bombing down blues on kids' skis for the past 6 seasons and now I'm looking for my first pair of women's skis to begin tackling the blacks. Would the Wild Belle be a good ski for me or maybe the Volkl Yumi is better? I'm 5'2" and weigh about 115lbs."
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Question by Tara on 12/10/2013 - 1:33 am
"As for sizing, a 154 to 158 would be ideal for you. Either of these skis are going to make you a happy girl. Both of them are true all-mountain skis that will allow you to pretty much go anywhere you want to. They are so similar that it's basically just between which graphic you like better. "
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/10/2013 - 9:49 am
"What would be a good binding for this ski?"
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Question by Mike on 12/19/2013 - 10:00 pm
"I just demoed these skis after a nice snowfall on the east coast. I loved them. My concern is what legth to get. The demos were154 cm I currently ski on volkl 724 s at 156cm and have been skiing on them for 9 years.The next size in the wild belle is 160. I am 51, 5'5 and weigh 142. I have been skiing my whole life, east (mostly), west and europe so consider myself advanced/expert. Really liked the 154 s but wondering if they may be too short. Opinion?"
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Question by Christine on 1/4/2014 - 6:03 pm
"If you stay on the groomers then you are OK to go with the 154 however if you like all mountain/back country then you need to go with a larger size. "
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/5/2014 - 12:23 pm
"I am 5 feet 3 inches, my weight is 150, my shoe size is 7. I consider myself a beginner skier on the East coast (DC/Northern VA area) and have skied 4 times in Q1 this year. Which ski brand would you recommend? I already have my boots."
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Question by Sherise on 4/27/2014 - 10:23 pm
"Your recommended size is around a 148. I wouldn't recommend a specific brand for you as all brands typically offer a wide range of skis for all skill levels. I would recommend that you take a look at these: the Atomic Cloud Seven Ski System with Bindings, the Elan Zest QT Ski System with Bindings, the Head MYA 4 Ski System with Bindings, or the K2 SuperSmooth 72 Ski System with Bindings!"
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 4/28/2014 - 10:58 am
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