+1 for the Fischer S-Bound 98s. I run mine with a set of Voile Switchback X2s and Scarpa T4s. This is a slightly heavy setup, but still qualifies as "light gear." You can turn on this rig, but the waxless design helps cut weight if you can leave skins at home (they won't climb anything super steep without skins tho: you're good up to 20-25 degrees). I got the skis at OGE in Burlington. I thought I saw some at Ragged Mountain last time I was there, but that was a while ago. My only regret is that I didn't get the 112s: with a heavy pack I sink more than I'd like on the 98s, but don't want a longer ski.
For flatter / easier approaches, I use Rossi BC70s with NNN bindings and soft leather boots. A full setup can be had for pretty cheap. Don't do this if you need to make turns or dodge trees, but DO use them for long, gentle, rolling approaches since they'll go faster and be more comfortable..