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Not going to touch on the Fujas other than saying some friends love them(haven't skied them).
For the Moments a one ski quiver near what you named earlier would be Reno Jibs, Reno Freebirds, or Tahoes.(symm. park ski, carving twin tip ski, all mountain ski). Look them up
I have the octolands as well, and for what they are made for, I love them. Powder? Durability? not so much. The line ski you are looking for is the blend a regular camber ski of 100 mm underfoot. If you need more justification, note that the meatheads have used them probably more than any other ski for EC pow, for what looks from the trailer like 2 years in a row. And depending on mounting, they kill it in the park as well.
Heard good things about next year's K2 KF's, especially for the east
it was a joke
because fattypusses are like 140mm monsters, and therefore unacceptable for east coast riding
+k for the correction
i actually feel pretty dumb right now
saw a pair of them at sugarbush on a deeeeep day.
And to the guy who recomended octos/anthems, with that park/pow percentage, I agree that a ski of those dimensions makes sense. Its more the sym. sidecut that might not work so well for 40 % skiing out of the park. also varies how much you appreciate bassackwards sliding... in the end its scratchpro's decision