LiteratureGood technique (weight on your heels when things get silly) is probably more important than what kind of camber you have.
This. And it depends on the skin track itself-- higher angle ascents and sidehills may be somewhat more difficult with full reverse camber or super rockered skis. Very important to get skins that fit your fat skis. Too narrow and you won't be able to sidehill effectively.
I've been touring 200+ days on '11 K2 Obsetheds with dukes. Lots of rocker and they have lost their camber underfoot having become ridiculously flexy. Oh I have them mounted -4 from center, which is +2mm from recommended... seems to work fine.
I'm significantly slower on this setup than a tech setup, but still do it for many reasons: better powder skiing performance, risking rock skis instead of new skis, better uphill workout, and if I'm skiing with slow friends where uphill speed doesn't matter.
Basically, if you're intending to crush mostly 3+ hour skins or day long multi-ascent missions, get a tech setup. If you're doing mostly 1-2 hour tours, you'll be happy with fat skis like Hojis with heavy AT bindings.
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