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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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