I am looking for suggestions on a 90+mm ski for the uncommon powder days we have in the Northeast or to take out West for the yearly trip. Typically we don't get much more than 6" snowfalls and the fresh stuff gets skied out within the 1st hour of the mountain opening. Therefore I am looking for something that will go through the cut up snow easily.
I have been skiing for 30+ years and am a pretty strong skier who skis all terrain in the Northeast and West. I am 5'9"/185 lbs. I tend to prefer a solid carving ski with decent edge hold but looking for something to add to the quiver to have more fun with to bounce around in the soft bumps.
I currently have the following in my lineup
Dynastar TroubleMaker - 175
Blizzard Magnum 8.5 - 174
Rossignol E98 - 180
Volkl Bridge - 177
The ski I am looking to replace is the Bridge. Although I like how it skis in the soft stuff or when I lay it over on edge but I really don't like no camber under foot. I would like something that isn't as "squirrly" once things get packed out. On days where we do get snow I will typically ski the Bridge in the morning and switch to the 8.5 or E98 as the day progresses. I am looking for a ski that I can run on all day and not worry about having to change out.