Title says it all. I've found a mid-fat which I love everything about (it is pretty much PERFECT, less a couple things that aren't ideal for certain conditions). So, does this mean the next time I buy skis (which won't be anytime soon), I should look to a different waist-width category?
The answer would be an obvious yes, but the mid-fats are so versatile and I'm hooked. As far as I'm concerned, unless you are racing or spending the whole day railing rock-solid groomers, there is little need for a ski narrower than 85mm. But then after a point the fats start putting pressure on knees.
88mm feels solid as can be under my feet, and there is no problem whatsoever getting from edge to edge.