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oh sorry about that haha forgot. i am 5' 9'' and 165 pounds park skier started this year in the park, i have been 3 times to mountain (live in NC, so nothing big) but ya i am doing pretty well, so by next year i will be pretty good i guess.
Based on the amount of information you gave us I'm just going to suggest good park skis.
Chronics, P3's, AR6, suspects, and many many more. There are more good skis out there than shitty ones when it comes to the park ski market. Do some research and I'm sure you'll be happy. Go for something around 85 underfoot +/- about 5 mm and you cant really go wrong. Go wider if you are skiing in deeper stuff, skinnier if you want to be cuttin up da groomers.
My suggestion to you as a beginner skier though, dont go straight to the park. Learn the fundamentals first. Not only will you be a better all around skier but you will progress faster in the park when you are more comfortable being on skis and decide to really start throwing down.
Sorry for the dub post but I also wouldnt recommend symmetrical skis. While I ski on a pair right now, A ski with more traditional sidecut will be better for a beginner and will ski much better going forwards. (Its not hard to ride switch on non-symmetrical skis anyway).
its not much stiffer then the t halls and its a non symetrical ski that actualls carves quite nice so you can learn to shred the hill and the park and skiing switch on the is really not hard at all to learn