Oh and this is off topic, but I don't know how to fully navigate this site.
My biggest skis are a pair of Fisher Watea 192's with a 101 waist. They are some years old but in good shape because they are not my everyday ski, I save them for fresh or steeps. But when I bought them I thought "these are huge!" But a trend I have been noticing a while now but it struck me again today, we were heading into the lodge and I set my regular skis (666's, 184 with a 79 waist) beside a pair of "Bodacious" or something, OMG it was a 119 waist! Barely any side-cut but fairly tall. I'm an old guy but I was just wondering are skis like this any good if you aren't in fluffy powder? I think they even had negative camber. Looked like a full on powder ski to me, I don't see how the ends would do anything but flap around otherwise. So you would be skiing on just the mid-section. I haven't skied on anything like that, anyone who has?
I commented to my son I guess one day soon we will all be skiing on snow boards one on each foot. I can't imagine with a ski that wide how hard you would have to "knee over" to get it to carve. It should float good in powder though.