They sell more Maestros than anything else. That would be the go-to do anything soft snow ski. A very good smeary tree ski.
The Precinct, from what I understand, is more of a big mountain charging style ski. Less sidecut, and a long radius make it a bit less nimble. If you go by the love at TGR in past threads on BH deals, this is the ski of choice.
I don't know where the District fits in. A 108 or 111 width ski with traditional camber, yet it still has a tapered tip and tail? Huh? I thought the whole point of tapering the tip and tail was to start with a rockered ski, and taper the tip and tails off at the base contact point so that the tip doesn't catch and engage in unpredictable ways.
It seems taper on a traditional camber ski would make sure that you never ever have a tip to drive with, where on a 5 point you have the widest part of the ski on the snow at all times and you can really push it into your turns.
So, I don't understand the District. Maybe it is awesome, but it definitely doesn't follow conventional wisdom when it comes to ski design. Is there anybody else that still makes a full camber ski this wide? Is there anyone else that tapers a traditional camber ski?