Originally Posted by Jurre Grimberg
Maybe an ski with an smaller radius should be better? Like this one: Head 2015 World Cup Rebels i.Speed i.GS Race Skis (17m radius).
The reason why i am looking for an GS ski with long radius is because of the ski's from my ski instructors. They are doing everything on ski's with 25 m radius, short turns, offpist, moguls, etc. What kind of ski's does the ''pro's'' have over here?
It depends on where "over here" they are and what their "skiing personality" is like, etc. What passes for "normal" snow conditions and terrain in the eastern US is not the "normal" snow conditions, etc. in Colorado which isn't the "normal" in say, California either. i.e., it's a big country. :-)
That said, most instructors, patrollers, etc. that I've seen are on "all mountain" skis in the mid-80s / low-90's type widths. I live in the eastern USA where "firm" snow is the norm and the available terrain to let a GS ski do its thing is somewhat limited (i.e., smaller mountains, narrower trails, etc.). I'm sure there are instructors out there that do use GS skis for everything; I just haven't seen them.
I'm not trying to change your mind away from using GS skis; it sounds like that's normal where you are and that you have good reasons to go that route. Where exactly are you based? It's interesting that a ski that's considered a very specialized tool here is considered a highly versatile tool over there.