I kind of doubt this exists but I'm looking for a charging a stable skis, that is still playful. I'm quite heavy and tall so any lightweight touring skis are totally useless for me, so I've just accepted touring with heavier skis and don't really care at all about weight. I'm planning to use this skis end/post season mostly for touring. I am the kind of person who tours for the downhill, and not to check off a peak, so I'm not willing to sacrifice downhill performance. It's fairly unlikely I will be using them in any deep or even soft snow so am looking for a thin (maybe 100mm range) and on icy, cruddy, spring snow I wouldn't mind a damp ski. I would also like to avoid a super stiff and tradition shaped ski because in bad times, I'd like to use this ski playing around the pistes or dabbling in the park a bit too. Also to note, I'm in Europe so some brands like 4frnt, on3p, moment, liberty, icelantic are ahrd/impossible to get.
To sum up my usage purposes:
80% touring accessed freeride
10% piste when everywhere else sucks
10% park for some simple tricks
Some ideas I had already and would be happy to hear some opinions on these:
Nordica Enforcer 100
Nordicer Enforcer Free 104
K2 Mindbender 99Ti
Faction Dictator 2.0/3.0
Faction CT 2.0
Salomon Qst 99
I have a Black Crows Anima, which I really really love for real winter and powder, but its width and rocker isn't ideal icy spring snow.