So I got the annual gear editions of three ski mags this week (I often get them all at once), and I skimmed through them briefly, at one point, looking for anything that was full rocker and meant for powder. No, for page after page.
Seems like mostly just Volkl, of the big boys, has experimented recently with no camber for powder. And they are retreating from that, seems like. Instead they have some models with minimal camber, or little enough that the skis look almost flat in the pictures (as opposed to fully rockered and raised both sides of middle).
I saw two small exceptions, neither of them probably a good fit, but maybe, in one case at least.
J Skis, a new company last year(?), started by the founder of Line Skis (Jason Levinthal), has a number of models with a fair amount of tip and tail rocker and very small camber in between (but not full rocker, as near as I can tell). Some of these skis might be worth exploring, but J Skis only make skis in small batches, almost customized, and then move on to the next experiment, seems like.
Skis by them in the right width range, and at least approaching some of the right characteristics (and that also seemed like good skis), were:
J Skis MasterBlaster 125-96-114, r 17. 187 & ?. Small camber. A directional, all mountain playful/charge ski good in some powder, at least. Good float for its width. Highest rated "freeride" ski in its width, in Freeskier mag. Also highest in Powder mag, in its width.
Presumably, they've made this ski in a larger batch.
J Skis Allplay. 120-98-117, r 21. 171, 178, 184. Small camber. Playful/charge. Less float.
Part of why I mention these is the customizable factor. Small batches. If you called them you might find a batch that fits, or suggest a batch to them. Dunno.
Edited by ski otter - 9/2/16 at 2:15pm