Some background (maybe unnecessary idk lmao), I mainly skied moguls "seriously" when I was a kid until like 2012, sorta lost interest and did big mountain until 2015, started going to university in 2016 and have only skied about 5 days per season since. Got back into skiing this year and I've been having a blast eating shit in the park. Problem is that I've been using my old setup from when I was way shorter. I'm roughly 5'11 now and I'm using some center-mounted 161cm Armada AR7's with some marker bindings (don't know the exact model, probably Squire's). Safe to say, they're a little small on me. Additionally, I didn't really give much thought into selecting boots when I was younger, so I ended up with some roxa boots that fit around my foot itself, but there's a VERY noticeable gap between my shins and the front of my boots (they don't have a strap at the top). After hitting park for about a week this season, my shins were fucked. I looked up a couple DIY fixes for reducing shinbang, but idk if any are worth doing in my case, or if I should just get new boots all together.
I'm looking for a new setup (boots, bindings, skis). For skis, ideally I'd want park skis (center-mounted) that are "good enough" in all mountain. For reference, I'm more than comfortable skiing all mountain in my AR7's if that means anything. Been looking at some Volkl models and was thinking somewhere in the 173-177cm range. I haven't really been able to find the difference between the different models other than the offered sizes. For boots, I really need something to help with shinbang. Preferably something flexible but again I'm not too educated here so maybe I should look for a different stiffness? Lastly, I effectively know nothing about bindings, so again all suggestions welcome. Thanks!!