ZiggyZagSkzzKnow if the superior would make a good touring ski? Or what about the Destroyer and Supernova?
When I did my internship, I was actually very graciously gifted a pair of the Superior in a 186. A few things about that ski if you want to tour on it:
Its big. 115 underfoot is a big touring ski regardless of the construction, and since it is not marketed as a touring ski, it is not designed to be lighter than average.
It hauls ASS. Its pretty stiff (I don't agree with their flex rating on the website, I think they say its a 6/9 or 6/10), and there is a lot more camber than one would expect for a full backcountry/freeride ski.
It's not a touring ski. Obviously people tour on skis that are not marketed as such, so if you are fit enough and willing to drag a heavier ski uphill in order to have a great downhill, then by all means its a touring ski.
Its so so fun. I would 100% recommend the ski to anybody. It floats super well in pow, it charges REALLY hard on the groomers, its fun and balanced in the air. Even if you dont buy one to tour on, buy one for the deep days. Or any days. You wont be disappointed.
The Destroyer and Supernova have classic and carbon layouts, each designed for freeride and touring, respectively. Go for the carbon skis for some crazy weight savings and good uphill. They are stiff enough to be a blast on the downhill too. If I were to suggest a quiver from Majesty, I would say a Destroyer or Supernova (Carbon) with a Shift or Fritschi Tecton 13, and a Superior with an alpine binding.