I'm with Icutmeti. Shaper bars. Those other choices may be aggressive but have a lot of weight anchoring the ski to the ground to be bouncing back and forth for the shock and spring to dampen. I use the shaper bar with 9" 90 degree to last all winter. 60 degree is more steep but they wear down faster. Make sure you run studs out back to match up with the added traction up front.
do not run duallys if you are aggressive, they are great in good hardpack but if you get in soft sticky snow they will fill up and wont turn at all.shapers will outlast anything out there and they will turn in any condition
Stock skis are meant to play nice an all conditions.
You really need and ski with a deeper keel for aggressive riding.
Just don't be aggressive through the blind corners when someone is coming the other way.
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