Dealers and female skiers can look forward to the new BELLE DC 72, which offers a perfect grip even at the highest speeds and on the iciest slopes. Thanks to "Double Core", as well as "Natural Stance" the new model provides a completely new skiing experience. NORDICA presents with the “Belle” the first women's specific high-performance line developed from scratch. Passionate and meticulous, the R&D team has tinkered - on specific geometries, waists and completely new molds, as well as innovative, revolutionary constructions.

Nordica Belle DC 72
The Nordica Belle DC 72 is a new type of ski created specifically for women.

The DOUBLE CORE TECHNOLOGY consists of the structure of two wooden cores (á 3 mm) – both made of poplar wood with six beech wood stringers - and a rubber layer inserted in between. The non-conventional Pulse core construction improves flex and energy transfer and provides a relaxed, lively and playful ride regardless any type of snow and surface. The crucial component is the rubber layer that separates both wood cores and effectively absorbs vibrations. The ISPO Winner Award winning BELLE DC 72 is equipped with this refined technology, which is also uncompromising in terms of speed and stability.

Nordica Double Core Technology

The second innovation, NATURAL STANCE, which NORDICA launches with the new Belle line, is incorporated directly into the mold - an In-Mold 3 D lowered profile. Precise tweaks have been made to the positional match between ski, binding and boot to create a natural, neutral stance position rather than the usual forward lean. In addition, the two binding plate components are mounted with shorter distance to not affect the bending line, even with shorter ski lengths and to maintain the natural flex. This gives every skier a perfect balance and more power with energy power on the Belle 72 DC.

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BELLE DC 72 by Nordica
Nordica Women All Mountain Skis Collection 2021-22
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