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Are My New Skis Sized Correctly?

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Background: I skied 10 years ago a handful of times. I wanted to get back into it so I picked up some Rossignol pmc 2000 162cm skis. I am shy of 6ft tall and 200ish lbs. The skis are at my nose, which is from what I read ok for beginners and perhaps intermediate. Think these will be ok for me?
post #2 of 5

Looking good! 

 

 http://www.skimountain.co.uk/rossignol-ski-reviews "The Rossignol PMC ski is an easy ski for beginner to imtermediate skiers who are just getting to grips with turning on the more gentle slopes of the mountain. This will be a great tool to encourage progression and get you onto steeper slopes where having more control over speed is necessary. The narrow waist means that its an out and out piste ski and is very easy to get from edge to edge. This, combined with a soft flex, makes the ski very easy to turn and command." 

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Also I paid 270 bucks for them on clearance, was. This and ok deal?
post #4 of 5

With bindings? I fixed the link. It suggests normal price for ski only is £200.

post #5 of 5
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Yes, that's with bindings, in usd.
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