What are some of your personal favorite "non-conventional" skis to use as an all-mountain (either by you or someone you've seen)?
When talking about a conventional all-mountain, I suppose it would be somewhere in the 85-110 waste width (obviously varies by region), good at all/most terrain, medium side-cut, usually with a traditional (or similar) camber).
When referring to non-traditional, I do not mean something like say, the Daemon that has different features (like the camber) for an all-mountain: as it is still marketed as one. I mean like seeing someone using a set of K2 Pon2oon's as their daily/one ski quiver. Setups that make people on the mountain raise their eyebrows because they don't know what's up.
For example, I know a lot of people use them as a daily out here in the west, but I still get looks and questions when people see me on my Moment Wildcats on a non-powder day. But they just feel so amazing in everything I ski them on!
Let's hear those "strange" setups that work well for you or someone else
**This thread was edited on Apr 5th 2019 at 2:35:28pm