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Ski length is determined by several factors, including height, weight, ability level, and snow conditions. Below are basic guidelines for selecting ski length based on the height of the skier.

Skier Height in Feet and Inches Recommended Length in cm (Beginner to Intermediate) Recommended Length in cm (Advanced to Expert)
4'4" 115-125 125-133
4'6" 125-132 132-137
4'8" 130-139 137-143
4'10" 137-142 142-148
5'0" 139-145 145-153
5'2" 145-152 152-157
5'4" 147-153 153-162
5'6" 153-160 160-167
5'8" 157-164 164-173
5'10" 163-173 170-178
6'0" 165-175 175-183
6'2" 170-179 179-188
6'4" 177-185 185-193


Waist WidthWhat's this?

Waist width is how wide skis are underfoot - directly under the binding at their narrowest point.

Snow Conditions Waist Width Skier Type
Hard Snow 84mm and Narrower For skiers who primarily ski groomed trails and rarely ski ungroomed trails.
Mixed Snow East 80-94mm For skiers who ski a mix of groomed/ungroomed trails in moderate snowfall regions. Often for East Coast skiers.
Mixed Snow West 88-102mm For skiers who ski a mix of groomed/ungroomed trails in high snowfall regions. Often for Western skiers.
Soft Snow 100-112mm For skiers who primarily ski ungroomed trails in high snowfall regions.
Powder 112mm and Wider For skiers who want a dedicated ski for soft snow and powder days.


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About Head Skis:

Head is synonymous with winning big races. Skiers like Bode Miller and Lindsy Vonn have helped raise awareness for one of the major US-born ski manufacturers by raising their skis on podiums the world over, but Head makes more than just great race skis. The Head Flight Series is a great choice for anyone looking for a tool to tackle big mountains, the Rev series is great for the all-mountain resort skier, skis like the Framewall and the Caddy are great for the park and pipe riders out there, and the Supershape series is the ski of choice for the beer league recreational racers out there.

Head Staff Reviews:


On Snow Review: 2016 Head Monster 98
By: Blake

Last season Head debuted their use of Graphene materials in their line of women’s Joy skis. This year they combined an old name with that same new technology. Meet the 2016 Head Monster 98. A beast of a ski with a lighter weight and friendly touch. The Monster 98 joins a new line including 83,… Read More »
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Fast Forward: 2016 Head Skis and Tyrolia Bindings
By: Katie

For the 2016 season, we’re going to see a lot of changes in the men’s all mountain line up. Last year the women’s skis did so well with the new Graphene technology that Head decided to put it in their men’s skis. They have two new lines called the Instinct Series and the Monster Series.… Read More »
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2014 Head Cyclic: On Snow Review
By: Blake

Day 2 of the Powder7 company ski trip brought us to beautiful Steamboat Springs. After skiing 12 inches of fresh snow in Vail the day before, the storm seemed to follow is as we traveled northwest from Gucci county to cowboy country. The next morning, the top of Storm Peak was a complete whiteout. The… Read More »
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Head Skis Gets Into Alpine Touring
By: Katie

Like almost every other company in skiing (and snowboarding), Head Skis is getting into Alpine Touring. Of course many of their skis could have been mounted for touring and they came out with the Adrenalin 16 last year, but now they have a full line up of skis, boots, and bindings for the AT skier.… Read More »
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Late Winter Men’s Park and Pipe Ski Deals
By: Katie

If you’re looking for a good park and pipe ski, you might just try to find a twin tip ski with a cool graphic. Come on now, you can do better than that. There are slight differences between the skis. Pipe skis are stiffer and are meant to hold an edge in the worst conditions.… Read More »
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Maddie Bowman Takes Gold in Sochi on Head Skis
By: Blake

                          The 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics created first time opportunites for many athletes. One of them, American, Maddie Bowman was the first woman to win a medal in women’s halfpipe competition. It was an emotionally fueled run as the women paid tribute to… Read More »
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Fast Forward: 2015 Head Skis Preview
By: Amy

Graphically, Head knocks it out of the park in 2015.  Their new women’s Joy Series, has the best graphics I’ve ever seen on a women’s line of skis.  Clean, simple edges and lively colors (not to mention some serious forward-thinking technology) thanks to Head conducting a focus group with women from around the world. The… Read More »
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Simon Dumont is Back
By: Katie

Here’s Simon Dumont skiing in Colorado on the 2013 Head Oblivion skis. I saw him out at Copper and he was awesome. He hasn’t lost a thing since his injury. I don’t have any photos because it was too cold to have my hands out of my gloves. Enjoy this edit and get ready to… Read More »
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Ain’t Nothin’ But a G Thang It’s The Best 2013 Carving Skis
By: Jordan

One, two, three and to the fo’ Get-out-of-the-way let-it-rip rip carving skis are back.  These skis are just plain fun on a corduroy day.  Feel those G forces build up as you lean into the turn. Now it’s time for me to make my impression felt So sit back, relax, and strap on your seatbelt… Read More »
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Head Motorhead Series
By: Katie

Do you wanna rock? We thought so. If the name doesn’t catch your attention, the graphics certainly will. And the graphics aren’t even just on the topsheets, they bleed through to the bases as well. Make a statement? Sure they do. Ride like the wind? Yes, of course. Suitable for hucking cliffs? Absolutely. Take a… Read More »
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