Look into 4frnt switchblades. Im the same size as you and I loved them! I ski at park city so im hitting 30+ foot jumps constantly. They lasted a season and a half and I would love to get another pair, but Id like to try something new. Pm me if you have any questions on them.
Icelantic Da' nollies or the ON3P FR's would be perfect for you. Both are very durable and lightweight.
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K2 sights or domains (might feel a bit heavy for you).
Line future spins or afterbangs(at ur current weight I wouldn't worry about them snapping on you).
Armada THalls or Bdogs, if you can find some killer deals on them.
I have ha. The chance to try out a ton of next years park skis an honestly for what you want the volkl wall would be a great choice. It somehow combines a soft buttery feel while maintaining great pop not somthing most skis can do. They really were the most fun all round park skis I have tried in a long long time. Well worth a demo.
I am a little bit bigger than you hitting 60ft+ kickers and I love my faction Silas, there very durable, not to heavy. There a little in the stiffer side and are full camber, there over you budget retail but if you could find them on sale I would strongly recommend them.
I'd have a look around your local shops as the Canadian dollar is super low, if you buy a usd $400 ski it's going to be $490 Canadian. Maybe call up Fresh or check out D-structure. If you stick local keep a look out for summer or fall sales on last years gear.
If a light ski is so important stick to a ski that is around 80-85 in the waist as with all else being equal less ski= less weight. I'd say check out the thall, ledge and infamous. Don't worry about durability so much, you'll probably out grow them before they get destroyed.
171 ON3P Filthy Riches would be a nice fit for you I think. They're a little more expensive but well worth it. I rode them at a demo day and then used my friends for a couple weeks. I loved them. They're playful but stable enough for jumps which is good. I don't hit huge jumps so I can't say how well they do with that. Rails and medium sized jumps and natural features were great though! Plus ON3P makes durable skis and they'll last you at least 2 seasons, I can *almost* promise you that.
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the armada Bdogs are perfect. I'm about 5'7 and 130 pound and the bdogs and really nice and buttery but are perfect for jumps. they are a little expensive (around 500$) but it's worth every Penney. they will last forever unlike some of the line skis. before i had the Bdogs I had line's and they just feel really cheap. but I could feel a huge difference on the armada's. they are about the same amount of money as the line cronics but much better.
the perfect ski for what your describing would be the candide 1.0 by faction, its super light, its stiff enough to send it on the big kickers but soft enough to butter around. its defiantly over your budget retail but if you can find it on sale i would highly recommend it