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Kids ski size

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Was planning on getting my neices new skis for Xmas but there existing skis may be good. There both 1.48m tall but well under there average weight for there height 32 and 35kg. There existing skis faction 133cm (knock of a few cms for being twin twip) may be on the short side looking at them but for there weight is spot on. I was using the evolution ski size guide

They have been on these skis for last two years. Was looking at buying some flat top skis around 145cm and quiver killing there bindings (already got). How do I know when they have put grown them?
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
At that height, mine were similar weight and IIRC they were usually on c. 140-150cm for recreational skiing. In terms of level, they were 5-week/year snow skiers who also raced year round.

Pretty much all their skis at that age were either rail bindings or race plates, so they were easy to move adjust when changing boots, or swapping skis between kids. I wouldn't have ever bothered with QKs.

Unless they're racing, I find my kids & their friends are a lot less fussy about skis than many people on here. Similar for boots, they just get on with it.
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