Well if you're looking for something in that same basic width that isn't a pig on the hardpack, I'd say you should check out the following
Worth Magics (fkn favorite ski ever)
PM Gear FAT BRO
PM Gear Lhasa
I personally would rather buy from indie companies so my considerations usually only contain choices from small manufacturers. You may feel differently, bu those would be my go-to choices to start off.
I know this will probably sound stupid or spammy, but I am helping to test a ski right now for Worth skis that defies that compromise more than any I've ever tried- The Magic. It's got a pure carbon layup for nice snap and light weight and a shark nose tip for punching through the crud and chop- it's designed to be lightweight but be stiff enough to charge that type of shit with minimal deflection.
It's more about the overall shape when talking about charging mank and chop IMO. Big square tips like you will find on Moments and Whitedots get deflected a ton more just because of that big flat square tip as opposed to a pointy one. Some camber helps too, so looking at flat skis is kind of a nono imo as well if he's looking for a one-ski setup.