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b-kuldo you mean full rocker (aka upside-down banana) of early rise tip and tail (rocker/ camber/ rocker)? there are full rocker skis out there but not many. early rise is much more common. the blog is a good choice, so is the k2 shreditor 112, liberty helix, look in the 105-115 waist range.
MartianManOP where do u ski and what kind if stiffness are you looking for? The idea of a one ski quiver is very subjective.
Profahoben_212Neither of those have full rocker. Nor will any all mountain ski.
CyanicenineThe Volkl Bridge is full rocker and all mountain, supposedly reasonable in the park too.
I know I'm in the minority on this but after years of riding the hybrid camber/rocker hype I'm over it. That design is just trying too hard to do too much at once. I'd rather just have the consistent feel of a full camber or a truly full rocker ski. If I'm riding park, I want the popiness of a full camber ski. If I'm riding pow, I don't want the drag and hookiness of any camber underfoot. If I had to compromise I'd probably go with a design like the volkl bridge as uncommon as it is.