The Enforcer 100 strikes a nice balance. Its a popular ski for good reason. Unless you are a very small and light skier they are easy to recommend.I’m looking less for stellar carving and more for off trail use, but something that can hold its on on groomers and not be some floppy noodle.
I really like my 100mm something ski, Praxis 9D8 in 185cm. Does really well on groomers, not bad when they are skied out, fantastic on anything up to 6" and will blast through most everything the day after. But to the quote above, now that I have added the Fischer RC One 86 GTs to my quiver along with my K2 108TIs I am not sure were the 9D8s fit. Of course having a bunch of skis really has nothing to do with need or logicQ: What do I look for in a 100mm ski?
A: something a little under 95mm or a little over 105mm
At your height and build I would pretend nothing but the longest length even exists...
I didn’t love the MFree 108 in 192 when I demoed it this past winter so I wonder if I’ll have the same reaction to the 99?Dynastar MFree 99 looks like your perfect tree/moguls and soft groomer ski. Very similar shape to the MFree 108 which in the 182cm is a SUPER surfy and fun ski in bumps and trees. Pivots on a dime, not demanding but not a pushover.
The MFree 99 is even lighter and should be even quicker and easier to ski. Out next Fall but reviews like this one seems very positive. @Philpug now has a demo pair I saw as well.
The 182cm MFree 108 is super surfy and playful, the 192cm MFree 108 version is much more serious and more “playful charger”.I didn’t love the MFree 108 in 192 when I demoed it this past winter so I wonder if I’ll have the same reaction to the 99?