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Choosing the right ski size is very important for an optimal skiing experience. There are several factors to consider when choosing the size of your ski, such as: its size, its weight and the type of ski.
You will find below a table to guide you in the choice of your ski size, according to your height. However, it is important to consider your needs and the places where you ski.
|Your height [pi'in'']/[cm]||Pionnier 104||Explo 96||Zigzag 92|
|5'3''/160 cm||164 cm||162 cm||-|
|5'5''/165 cm||164 - 172 cm||162 cm||-|
|5'7''/170 cm||172 cm||172 cm||-|
|5'9''/175 cm||180 cm||172 cm||177 cm|
|5'11''/180 cm||180 cm||182 cm||177 cm|
|6'1''/185 cm||188 cm||182 cm||177 cm|
|6'3''/190 cm||188 cm||182 cm||-|
Why choose a longer ski?
- Your ski experience level is advanced/expert
- You like to ski fast and enjoy stability at high speeds
- You like to ski aggressively
- You are looking for a better flotation
- You are heavier than average for your size
- You think your current skis are too short
- You ski on terrain with a lot of space
Why choose a shorter ski?
- You are a beginner in alpine skiing
- You prefer agility to flotation
- You ski more slowly / you want to start turns at low speed
- You do not ski aggressively
- You are lighter than average for your height
- You think your current skis are too long
- You ski on narrow terrain
Pionnier 104 | Approximately the height of the person + a few cm
Explo 96 | About the size of the person and a few cm less
Zigzag 92 | About the skier's height
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