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Need help with a ski set up, please give me some advice

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Hi. Im a snowboarder who wants to get into skiing as well. 5-7 150lbs. Im looking for skis that I can use mainly in the park but freeride as well, preferrably twin tips. I also know I want shorter skis, but Im not sure what is wayyyyy to short and what is ideal....i was thinking 150-160. Lastly, I have NO idea what boots or bindings I need. Can anyone give a brother a hand? Thanks much!!!!
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Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
sabes35, welcome to snowHeads! snowHead

You'll likely get a number of recommendations here, and I'm not the best to recommend park skis, but I will say that you might want to focus on boots, first. Boots are the one piece of ski equipment that must be customized to you, and virtually every rental boot you'll ever see isn't worth a dime! Take the time and effor to get fit by a good bootfitter (I recommend EpicSki.com for finding good fitters in your area). That's the place to start.

As for park/freeride, you might want to try out some Line skis.
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Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
A ski buddy of mine has some Line Darksiders and loves them. This was comapared to Salomon 1080 and Head Mad trix big air (or something like that).
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i'll point u to www.newschoolers.com
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