Sizing Guidlines

FIT-SIZE-CHART

Ski Sizing Chart

Reasons to size your skis shorter, closer to your chin:

  • You are a beginner or intermediate skier
  • Your weight is lighter than average for your height
  • You like to make short, quick turns

Reasons to size your skis longer, closer to the top of your head:

  • You are skiing fast and aggressively
  • You weigh more than average for your height
  • You plan to do the majority of your skiing off the trail

A shorter ski will be easier to turn yet not as stable as a longer ski.  A carving ski with skinnier waist and a smaller turn radius can be skied at a shorter length than an all mountain or freeride ski with larger, longer turn radius and fatter waist width.

height in feet-inches height in centimeters suggested ski lengths

4’4″

132

115-130

4’6″

137

125-140

4’8″

142

130-145

4’10”

147

135-150

5′

152

135-155

5’2″

158

145-165

5’4″

163

150-170

5’6″

168

155-175

5’8″

173

160-180

5’10”

178

165-185

6′

183

170-190

6’2″

188

175-195

6’4″

193

180-200

Snowboard Size Chart

Below is a sizing chart to better help you choose the board with the right dimensions for you. Understand that board length is very much a personal preference and that these numbers are by no means set in stone. The lengths stated are relative recommendations for packed snow and can be increased by 3cm to 9cm if you are riding in powder. If your weight is greater than 220 lbs, you may need to look at a WIDE snowboard in lengths between 162 and 171, depending on your boot size and weight

Rider Weight in LBS Freeride Length in CM Freestyle Length in CM
70 134 129
80 137 132
90 140 135
100 143 138
110 146 141
120 149 144
130 152 147
140 155 150
150 158 153
160 161 156
170 162 157
180 162 158
190 163 159
200 163-164 160