This is a question to those who have a lot of experience testing big fat rockered skis in the conditions they were made for - bottomless powder snow.
Do all the traditionally shaped fat (120+ waisted) rockered skis behave the same in super deep bottomless powder snow? If there are any differences what are they?
The question comes from what I see is stated in a lot of reviews that any fat ski is fun and easy in powder. And hence the reviewers try to dedicade more attention to their performance elsewhere. That looks like all the fat skis fell and perform the same in the powder. Is that true?
PS; we aren't talking R/R skis here as I know they are differen - more pivoty, slarvy.