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Knee Injury/Ski Length
I did searchbar it but couldn't find anything, but I was wondering whether it would be advisable for someone with a knee injury to skiing on longer or shorter skis, or whether it really doesn't matter. I was thinking about it from a stability point of view, but just wondered what NS thought about it?
.UK Dryslope Mandem.
if i where you id ask a profetional, as in someone who has dealt with this sort of situation,
this might be a unique sort of thing depending on the type or severity of your injury,
good luck though!
"Ski the weest"-Patrick Star
Free ski or die.
The length of the skis has more to do with height, weight, and the type of skiing you like to do. Its well known that shorter skis make quicker turns and are more agile while longer skis are more stable at high speeds. Im no ski mechanic but when it comes to knee injuries, Id focus more on how you have your bindings set.
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