I'm a 5'4 / ~162.5cm female, usually around 120 lbs. I grew half an inch this past season but I'm mid 20s so if I'm growing more it won't be by much (I think, but my sister and mother are around 5'7 and I'm the genetic outlier so far so who knows; I'm not even sure how I grew this late).
So my 4FRNT Vandals were nicked a few months ago, and I was planning to use them more as park skis the next season and get something bigger for all mountain. They were 158; think I'd be better on 165 and I really liked them, so I'm just going to buy some 165 Vandals for all mountain.
I'm looking at Honey Badgers or Honey Bees for park now since they seem like the most affordable skis that are above 90mm at the waist, which I figured would be better for Utah powder days, but I don't know how much that will make a difference in the park. I'll probably end up in trees and moguls somehow. Planning to center mount or at most go -1cm. I'm a beginner in the park. All I've done is boxes and mostly small jumps, some grabs, but that's it. I'm not worried about durability or speed.
The question is whether I should get the 155 or 166 Honey Badger/Bee. Seems like I should get 166 given my experience with the Vandals and center mounting HBs? Should park skis be taller than you? Should I flip a coin? Should I even CARE?