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Nordica Transfire RTX

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Nordica TRANSFIRE RTX

Nordica Ski - Transfire RTX » A sporty ski for all abilities

Nordica TRANSFIRE RTX
144 - 176 cm
Nordica TRANSFIRE RTX
105 mm
75 mm
127 mm
Nordica TRANSFIRE RTX
15 m
Length:
144, 152, 160, 168, 176 cm
Sidecut:
127-75-105  mm (Front-Middle-Back) with a ski length 168 cm
Radius:
A turn length of 15 m with a ski length of 168 cm
What is the right ski length?

Our ski finder software will find the right length of ski for you. As a guideline to find your optimal ski length for your ability, we first of all need to know your ability, weight, height, sex and age. Our ski finder will then calculate the right ski length for you based on these details. Naturally the final decision is yours and each person will have their own individual preferences and requirements for their optimum ski length.

Beginner
Up to 30km/h
Experienced
Novice on piste
Requirements
Safely underway
Anfänger
Chest to shoulder

The shorter the ski, the easier it is to turn. The optimal length will be between the chest area and shoulders.

Ski instructor tip:A ski that is too short should not be chosen as you will lose stability and reliability while turning as you have a shorter edge grip.

Intermediate
Up to 50km/h
Experienced
2 - 3 weeks on skis
Requirements
Comfortable and moderate
Fortgeschritten
Shoulder to chin

Intermediate skiers should choose a ski length between their shoulders and chin.

Ski instructor tip:If you are deciding between a choice 2 different lengths, then choose the longer one. All of our skis have Rocker systems! This means that the ski at the tip of the shovel is curved upwards. So in effect the ski is will act like a shorter ski. A ski with a rocker tip of 10 % is 10% shorter in turning length. This makes turns a lot easier but the ski will use the whole edge through the turn which increases stability.

Advanced
Up to 70 km/h
Experienced
More than 3 weeks of skiing
Requirements
Enjoyment and comfort
Allround
Chin to nose

Experienced skiers can use a ski that comes up to their nose.

Ski instructor tip:Optimal ski length will also play a role in various snow conditions. If you are going on holiday between December and February then we recommend a longer ski as the pistes are more hard packed and sometimes icy. A longer ski will provide a longer edge grip and hence more stability. If you are skiing in March/April then we recommend a slightly shorter ski. When the snow is softer, you will need more energy to turn therefore a shorter ski is easier. You will also not be travelling as fast.

Sporty
Up to 90km/h
Experienced
Many weeks of skiing
Requirements
Sporty & Fast
Sportlich
Nose to Forehead

Sporty skiers have power, endurance, condition, coordination and skills to choose any ski they choose. It is important to pick a ski that has good stability. Pay particular attention to the radius of the ski. Short radius are slalom skis. Long radius are giant slalom skis.

Ski instructor tip:It all depends on your skiing technique and the model of the ski. If you ski with short turns then choose a slalom ski. This ski length is generally shorter. Short codes for these skis are ST, SL and SC. If you prefer a longer turn then choose a giant slalom ski. These are longer and should reach the top of your head. You can ski faster and a longer edge grip in turns and more stability. Short codes for these skis are GS, LT, RS and RC.

Race
Up to 130km/h
Experienced
You have grown up with skiing
Requirements
full gas all the way
Race
From crown of the head and above

The race skier knows exactly what they want! Slalom skiers choose a short ski which is durable and agile but one that also explodes out of the turns. In comparison a giant slalom skier will choose longer ski with a smaller sidecut and a long radius. This is because a longer has more stability, reliability and smoothness at high speeds.

Ski instructor tip:Choose a designated race model. Stability and agilty are the most important factors.

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Nordica Ski Transfire RTX - The sporty ski for on piste

The Nordica Transfire RTX ski is the friendly rental version of the well loved Dobermann ski from Nordica. A sporty ski with high directional stability at all speeds. The Transfire RTX is the perfect ski for anyone wanted to try out a sportier ski. An insider's tip! Birdy-Ski-Atomic-Affinity-Grey-230x165

Ski terrain:

Piste to All Mountain
Race
Piste
All-Mountain
Powder
Park & Pipe

Ability:

Intermediate to sporty
Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced
Sporty
Race

Your requirement:

Enjoyable to Sporty
Reliable
Comfortable
Enjoyable
Sporty
Full speed

Ski Character:

Tolerant to challenging
Good natured
Tolerant
Superior
Advanced
Precision
Ski

Weight:

2.62 Kilogramm

at 168cm

Nordica Ski Transfire RTX

Great news! This year we are pleased to announce that the Nordica Ski Transfire RTX is again back in our range thanks to its excellent credentials and positive customer feedback!

A ski to love

Not only is it stylish but it's technical structure captivates the power and translates it onto the piste. The Nordica RTX ski is used on the FIS World Cup circuit and with their know-how, Nordica have made a ski which is easy to turn and offers stability on every piste.

The Nordica ski is perfect for those who love speed on hard, compacted pistes. The edge grip is outstanding. No fluttering, no jerking, no twitching and above all no sliding: just pure stability and security! You can give it your all in every turn!

For intermediates to sporty skiers

The new Nordica Transfire RTX is ideal for all skiing abilities, from good beginners to competent intermediates and all the way through to advanced skiers looking for a more sporty ski. The perfect model for every holiday!

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