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cdblu_freeskiYou can't have a surfy full camber ski. That's just life, you can compromise but then your looking at something just like your filthy riches or you could get a 2 different skis. But no as far as surfy full camber skis I'm 99% sure nothing exists.
Side note, I'd just find a style/feel of ski you like and build your personal style around that and do what works for you. Example I learned to butter and play on stiff and rockered skis (moment night trains), I bought a pair of lines thinking they would make butters easier but I almost had to relearn how to do it from scratch because it felt so different
Greg_KAll 3 skis you are looking at would be excellent hard snow/ice park skis with the Framewall having easier turn initiation and less chance of your tips catching with that slight rocker.
Another possible reason for any ski to feel unstable/wandering and not have great edge grip on harder snow is the flatness of the ski base. If the ski is base high and not making proper contact with the base and edge on the snow, it could be a full chamber ski yet be super unstable and bad on ice.
My last 7 pairs of twin tip skis have been base high and getting a proper base grind even on brand new skis can make a world of difference to a ski.
My rocker/camber skis have fantastic edge grip and are very stable after ensuring a flat base.
If I were you, I'd get the bases checked and stone ground if needed as that might be the $20 solution to your edge grip and stability issues.
If you're still unsatified, then look at new skis like the ones you mentioned as they are all great on ice once properly tuned.[/
Surface one lifes are not a jump ski anyways. As for the momen vice ill check out a base grind. Since they are pretty much all rocker though most of the contact is made underfoot which is detuned for rails. With camber skis I should be able to keep them detuned underfoot while still keeping the edges farther up and down on the ski sharpened to maintain some grip.