Looking for a new park ski and want something a little wider, more buttery, little softer than most. Ive never liked dual camber, ive skiied the recent kung fujas and SFB's and i think it kinda kills the surfey fun feel you get with rocker, i thought it pretty much felt like a normal camber ski but less catchy. even for a park ski i dont really like that feeling of an obvious contact point in the tips and tails that normal camber or dual camber gives you. where it digs in significantly more than the rest of the ski. for park, i actually really like flatter camber skis, like the original kung fujas, where the whole ski kinda grips on edge, and YOU can control what part of the ski gets the most bite by how and where you lean/pressure the ski. even my old hellbents, when you get them on edge if you want to get the tips to grip a little you can lean a little more and they will, i loved how they felt on edge. hope all that makes sense.
But because of the big lack of flat underfoot, rocker tip and tail. or flat camber park skis, im willing to give it another shot, the filthy rich seems like its got enough rocker to actually ski like a rockered ski, and the al dente and l-toro seem soft enough to where they wont feel super grippy right at the contact point.
so anyone skiied any number of these yet? im leaning slightly towards the L-toro because im only about 150 lbs and the FR's seem a little stiff, and id rather the al dente have equal tip and tail rocker rather than just tip.