I'm considering purchasing Blizzard Bushwackers. I have a wider ski for powder days, but am looking for something around 88mm underfoot for days when there isn't much fresh snow. I'll be skiing 80% ungroomed, mostly bumps and trees.
I saw the Bushwackers for the first time in person today, and was surprised by how flat the tails are. They are only very, very slightly flared, though there is a decent amount of rocker. I don't ski switch or in the park, so my only concern are whether the flat tails are really annoying when having to back out of tight spots in the woods. Does anyone have any experience with this? I'm hoping that slight flare and rocker will make it not as bad as a flat-tailed, full-camber ski. I have a wider twin-tip already for days when the snow is deep, but I don't want to be cursing them every time I have to back up in soft snow.
On the plus side, I don't think the skis are as ugly in person as they appear online (not that I notice these things).
Thanks for any advice.