Refer to our ski sizing chart here
To determine the correct size of a pair of Season skis, you should consider a few factors such as your skiing ability, the type of terrain you'll be skiing on, and your body weight.
Generally, the length of your skis should be based on your body weight, with heavier individuals needing longer skis and lighter individuals needing shorter skis. However, it's also important to take into account your skill level and the type of skiing you'll be doing.
If you're a beginner or intermediate skier, shorter skis are typically easier to maneuver and control. On the other hand, if you're an advanced or expert skier, longer skis can provide more stability and speed.
The type of terrain you'll be skiing on also plays a role in determining the correct ski size. For example, if you'll be skiing on groomed runs, shorter skis may be more appropriate, while longer skis may be better for off-piste skiing.
If you still have questions, it's best to consult with a us (you can contact us here in many ways) or retailer to help determine the correct size of skis for your individual needs and abilities.