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GeneralButtNakedThe waist width alone has nothing to do with how the ski carves or turns. Read up, young buck.
SKRockiesIve got the old bacons at 108 before they changed the shape. I love this ski in pow and on groomers, my only hate for these skis is that they will wash if im not carving them which can get annoying. However, any ski with camber underfoot and a decently schaped sidecut should be able to hold an edge to some extent. Just make sure it has a decent sidecut and a decent camber underfoot and you should be okay
-skian-I have Salomon Q-105s and they carve as well as if not better than my old pair of gs skis. They have this stuff in the tip that stops rocker chattering and it works like a charm. They are so stable that you can straight line groomers comfortably, I hit 110 kph (68 mph) on them. They don't have tail rocker like the rocker2s so they carve like a beast, but they are wicked in powder, I rocked them in 2+ feet of Utah powder and had no problems. They are the best one ski quiver in my opinion, and I'm not a fan of that term. Overall 10/10 would recommend these skis.