shedddNot that it's the only thing the bacon's are good for, but... they are so good at tight tree powder scavenging; they're the easiest ski to pivot in soft snow I've been on and they seem to make it through low angle powder with less drag than most other skis so it opens up some low angle slopes that aren't skiable without poling or skating on less floaty skis.
That's actually crazy to hear, might have to look into it. I disliked the Whitewalker in the trees, felt like they were too long and got bucked around a lot. These are light so they're obviously gonna get bucked around more but if they're very easy to pivot it shouldn't be a problem in moguls and trees. Interesting to hear considering that they have a lot of camber