I suck at bumps, so I'm thinking about taking a Mogul clinic this summer. I'm a slow learner, physically, so I'm thinking that having the right ski for the task will make my life easier. My current ski of choice is the Line Pandora 162, which at 112mm underfoot is fine for most PNW conditions, but probably not going to be doing me any favors in a mogul field. However, I'm reluctant to invest in a dedicated mogul ski, as I can't see myself actually seeking out bumps; I'd just like to be able to get down them without too much difficulty.
My understanding is that a good mogul ski doesn't have a lot of side cut, is narrow-waisted, and is relatively short, soft-flexing, lightweight, and snappy. It occurs to me that this actually describes a number of park skis. When there hasn't been a lot of new snow, I sometimes like to head to the terrain park. So I could justify adding a ski that would work for moguls and the park to my quiver.
So, any suggestions? Or am I way off base here?