Expert level piste skier Paul's rating of this ski:
Considering his skiers profile:
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"Every year I ski better than ever but it takes longer to tune-up… But I ski 120-130-140 days so I have time. I ski with the boys… We never skid; no falling or waiting. Average skiers go from A to B; experts worry about How. Think knee-deep on a GS ski. We hate Fat skis"
Skills Fitness Speed Length:5"10', 178 cm Weight:180 lbs, 81 kg
The Nordica Dobermann Spitfire Pro EVO 2017 (168cm): THE FUTURE IS NOW. This may sound like I am making this up; like I only imagined I was actually in the future. I assure you; like Clarice Starling in 'Contact'; I was outfitted and locked into the pod of the Japanese/Nordica machine, dropped into the spinning rings, and just disappeared... Arroway insists that she was gone for approximately 18 hours. I on the other hand could actually see r =15 meters farther into my future. Blow my mind, again. 5 star rating for the Dobermann Spitfire Pro Evo.
Forebody and Tail
At first this ski felt damp and slow and not very variable in its arc because they had a verrry flat base bevel; I would go to .5 or bit more for a looser feel. This magically changed when I got tuned in and turned-on and passed through the hyper-space worm-hole and entered the world of the future. There I found this mag-lev space-ship ...probably a Pagani space-ship- of the future singularity. I added on more than a few Kph and the grip and beyond-damping PsychicBionics just took over as I imagined 'my line' projected into the near-future.
Nordica about the Dobermann Spitfire Pro EVO
"Speed and control unite in the DOBERMANN SPITFIRE PRO EVO, an incredibly innovative ski combining a GS body with a slalom tip. The result is effortless initiation with unbreakable grip. A wood core build sandwiched between two sheets of titanium offers the kind of versatility that has you grinning from lift to lift.", according to Nordica. Hell Yeah !! I have skied on many and owned many great skis... This is something else. Upper PeaktoCreek with some flat-fog-and-rhime over a few cms of new, warmish, snow that was scraped off into some harder surface and a few afternoon lumps. And then we hit the valley fog which stuck to my goggles and obscured everything- but I didn't have to slow down ... these things are so smooth.