Nordica Hot Rod Pro 125 (2010) - Ski Mag

Nordica Hot Rod Pro 125 (2010)

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Nordica Hot Rod Pro 125

Rating: 0.00 / 5
Price: $875.00
Year: 2010
Level: 3
Gender: Male

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It’s built on the 98-mm Dobermann Pro chassis (see above) and includes the bolted-down bootboard. But the 125, like all Hot Rods, is built to freeride, with softer flex, cool graphics and shock-absorption features for smooth riding and soft landings. It’s a great fit for narrow feet, and there are wider/softer Hot Rods offered as well. “Really connected me to the ski,” said Gleason.

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Nordica HR PRO 125

Nordica HR PRO 125 (2011)

If you’re not ready to rock the Jah Love (below), the HR Pro is the same boot with a nominally softer flex and more subdued graphic. Both are cousins of the Spitfire (see Men’s Speed). Compared to the Jah, there’s no difference in fit or skiability; testers couldn’t even detect a difference in flex. As with the Jah and the Spitfire 120, there’s no cuff-alignment adjustment.