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Nordica Transfire 75 Ski System with Bindings (Men's)

Nordica Transfire 75 Ski System with Bindings (Men's) -

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    Rocker/Camber Hybrid: Uses rocker in certain zones of the ski, typically the tip, tail, or both. Great, versatile choice, offering good grip on hardpack, some float in soft snow, and easy turn initiation and transitions.

    70-79: Versatile; good blend of carve and float

    Style: 0A2130K1

    The Nordica Transfire 75 Ski System gives progressing skiers an easy-to-turn ski that isn't a wet noodle at speed. Instead of making the ski super soft, Nordica used a smarter sidecut to make turning easy. This means that as you improve your turns and start to ride faster, the ski won't immediately wash out on you. Rocker in the tip and tail makes entry and exit from turns easy, and helps to provide a little float when there's a few inches of fresh on top of the trail.


    • Design: Frontside
    • Ski Dimensions: 116-74-102
    • Turn Radius: 18m
    • Camber: Rockered tip & tail/ Traditional camber under foot
    • Binding: N Sport binding included


    • Tip and tail rocker for easy turn initiation and exit
    • Shorter effective edge for easier turning
    • Camber under foot for stability
    • Light and lively wood core
    • Energy Frame construction for power and edge hold
    • Integrated binding for the best leverage

    Questions and Answers

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    "I am 65 years and 240# at 6'3" I usually ski blues or groomed blacks these days. My skis are old and 190 cm. Is 176cm really ok for my weight and ability?"
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    Question by John on 4/19/2013 - 12:46 pm
    "That is exactly right. The 176's would be a really good fit for you!"
    Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 4/19/2013 - 2:09 pm
    "I'm 6'...190lbs. what length ski will accomodate these specs (intermediate skiier)"
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    Question by skibum on 8/27/2013 - 11:42 am
    "I'd recommend the 167's. They'll help you progress your skills without being too aggressive."
    Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 8/27/2013 - 1:51 pm
    "How does this Transfire 75 compare to the K2 Photon? Which do you generally recommend? I am in my mid 40's, advanced intermediate, and I ski mostly groomers but I do occasionally go off piste. Could you also compare to the Fischer Motive 74. I am considering all three skis."
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    Question by Gregg on 12/26/2013 - 12:10 am
    "I would say that this ski is going to limit you more than the other two would. This would be mostly for groomers so going into powder won't be as much fun as it would be on the Fischer Motive 80 Ski System. That ski can really do it all. If I were deciding between the 3 of them for you I would recommend that one. It is up to your level and it would give you the most out of your day. The K2 Amp Photon Ski System wouldn't be a bad choice, however, if you are more advanced intermediate then it wouldn't be as responsive which would limit you. "
    Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/26/2013 - 4:52 pm
    "I'm 67, 5'5", formerly skied just about everything except deep powder, now ski mostly groomed trails, steep is fine, but not with moguls. Going slower as well. What would you recommend? "
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    Question by Slowing down on 2/20/2014 - 8:03 am
    "Since you're not focused on speed, I think the Nordica Avenger 75 might be a better choice for you. The K2 Amp Photon Ski System is another option in size 160."
    Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/20/2014 - 10:45 am
    "Formerly a low intermediate skier, haven't skied in 15 years however. In my mid 30s now and looking to get back into it with my kids. Staying on groomed runs (green dot and blue squares). Would you recommend this or the K2 Amp Photon?"
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    Question by Kevin Kenneally on 3/3/2014 - 2:29 pm
    "I would get the K2 Amp Photon. It can be used in all conditions and would be a great fit for someone getting back into skiing. "
    Answer by Katie (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/4/2014 - 10:34 am

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