recognizing the validity of several^^^^posts and a minimum of 50 or60 meter radius to qualify, I would say "not off the top of my head"
But I'm not sure the comparison flies as the straight skis of 20+ years ago were commonly skied with heal thrust and a lot of tail sliding to contol the radius of the turn. Rarely did a skier make a turn that was fully hooked up and resembled the turn that would come from the ski's shape.
So straight skis today: most of the pro model big mountain skis; Blizzard Kreitler Pro, Rossignol B-Squad (a few years back in the longer lengths), Dynastar Legend Pro Nobis, Nick Greener Pro, and so forth. Most companies make something straight, stiff, burly. Mantra, for example is not straight, and as a result many people left that ski (that had been straight-ish as the Explosiv) as it had a huge tip that took over when the ski was on edge.
Originally Posted by aDOOrondack
davluri, can you provide a couple examples of these skis that you said are currently in production? I'd like to check them out.