thats about a good place to tell from...with your ski boots on would be better tho...i had 163 from last yr but i was like 5'7 and now im 5'11 so im gonna get much longer ones...but i dont have a choice b/c they were stolen
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i like mine taller then me if you want to ski real all mountain and powder and stuff they should be, otherwise it is whatever size you feel best on
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oh hey steeb, i've just been bustin out large. its kinda hard not to with a skateboard as big as mine
i dont even have skis. if i did they would be able to fit in my anus. im not exactly saying they would be small, either.
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I'm just under 6' I pick skis more based on weight and stiffness than length. I have a pair of 171, 168, 145, and I forget how long my 04 rossis are. tallest ski I own. general rule of thumb for park is lips is good height. racing GS just above head, bumps = chin, powder = fat and just above head.
Ice, snow, man-made, slush, powder, as long as u land on your feet nothing else matters
if u want slalom skis, u prolly should get em as short as legally possible... for GS, they should be about forehead to about the same height as you... for park, mine were about my chin and now for big mtn, they are a lil taller then me, even though i wish they were a bit longer...
i'll use myself for an example
i'm 5'6' and ride 164's, about up to my nose
someone else is 5'6' and rides 177 or 179's....
just personal preference
for me, it isn't even really that, it's whatever I can get the cheapest and feel most comfortable with. I have skogens too, but I'm very comfortable on my 1260's (the 164's) and like riding them, however soon I'll have to move up in size.
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It varies from ski to ski. One ski you can handle easy in 180, but another ski with the same guy which is only 170 hasn't to fit. It's just how aggressive, light or easy to turn they are. Try the skis before buying them and you'll get your personal feeling that will fit or not fit with your rate.
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