I want an all mountain ski that can handle the park. About 70% all mountain, but like the fun side of all mountain, popping off stuff, tree runs, rollers, bumps, occasional small powder (not just groomers). And about 30% park. My park time is pretty basic (just some big air, maybe a 360 here or there, and the occasional rail... not really planning to need to ride backwards much). I will be skiing primarily in Vermont and Quebec, so thinking I don't need much width.
I used to be a Line guy (had the first two models of Darkside ever produced), so I have a little loyalty there. I'm 5'11' and 160 and an intermediate/advanced rider.
My shortlist right now is:
Line Chronic (maybe too parky?)
Line Sick Day 88 (can you still jump and do rails on these easily?)
4FRNT Vandal (seems to check a lot of the boxes, similar to chronic I guess, but maybe a little wider... too wide for east coast riding?)
Thoughts? Am I making mistakes by focusing mostly on freestyle skis and sort of heading away from freeride all mountain skis?
Thanks for any help.