tomPietrowskiOr you could just go To a shop and look at and pick up the skis. Just printing weights can be deceptive. How a ski is built has a big factor on the swing weight which is generally apart from touring what most people will be interested in. There are ways to find th weights, it's generally in the product catalogues shops get, so the shop staff should be able to answer your questions.
I've worked in several different shops over the past 9 years. We don't care that much until it comes down to the touring aspect, but now that you see more people using a downhill ski as a touring ski, the weight is becoming more of a factor when you're taking thousands of steps uphill in snow. The best we do, if requested, is take a ski to the bike department or backpacking department and weight them. It's pretty inefficient to call or go to a shop when the weights simply aren't listed on the skis or even in the catalogs in some case.
I never new of that link on evo, so thanks for that, that helped a lot!
Just something I figured all manufacturers would do or at least start doing since it seems to be more of a factor now. Or maybe I just need to except the fact that I'm a granola eating, tree hugging gram counting geek.