Scarpa is great for narrow feet - the t2 is good for backcountry/mountain mix if you ski more mountain the t1 or even t1 race would be good - although the race may be more boot than you need as a beginner. If you are skiing mostly the mountain the 1260 would probably be good - although not sure if you want the binding mounted center like the 1260s are designed - you could have the shop mount them back some to ski more like a regular ski. Never teled a center mount binding though - it may be fun. As for other skis - don't get a noodle and get shaped, it helps. Otherwise pretty much everything will work just depending on how much backcountry you want to do and the weight/price etc.
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