With that in mind you may want to look at a way lighter set up. I will suggest three versions one that focuses more on slack country, one in between, and then a true back country setup.
Pretty much any inbounds ski you like, k2 misbehaved, moment tahoe, line pandora. With a Marker Baron on it. For a less surfy ski you just want something without tail rocker.
Ski - k2 sidekick or brightside in a normal length. They have tip rocker and a flat tail so they are good for hiking and also good for skiing.
Binding - marker f12 or baron. At your size the F12 would be a better fit as it is lighter and has a slightly lower stack height. All around both are alright bindings.
True Back Country:
Ski - Black Diamond Starlet or Crescent in your normal length. These are the lightest skis on the market and are amazing for full day and multi day tours. They aren't built to take the abuse of resort skiing but they are awesome if you are going for really long hikes.
Binding - Diamir Fritschi Freeride Pro. This is the unmatched hiking binding for real BC goes. Light with options to use alpine or AT boots in your weight class this is the best of the best.
Also don't forget your pack, skins, beacon, probe, and shovel. If you have any questions about this shiz PM me.