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Armada TST - lenght

post #1 of 6
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Hi,
these skis seem perfect for me! but i can not decide if i should buy 183 cm and 192 cm, i am 184 cm and 80 kg, between intermediate and advantage skier. It is gonna be my versatile ski for everything and whole day-) thank you for advice-)

post #2 of 6

I went 192 .. I'm 6'1 220 LB's ... The are more of a center mounted ski, so go long... 

post #3 of 6

At your height and weight you could go either 183 or 192 depending on what you want.  If more for a powder ski, go 192. If more as your everyday ski go 183, as your not that heavy, so the pow performance should still be ok in that length for you.

post #4 of 6
hi everyone...on the fence regarding size to grab regarding the TST. I am five foot seven but a solid 200 lbs with no ambition to lose weight for the moment. Its an athletic 2 bills. Advanced and will be taking this out west 3 times this year including a trip to Switzerland. On the fence between 174 183 or 192...in length. Will be adding this to my legend sultan 85 and cross contact ti...I read they ski short but would love some advice. Also this will be my 1 quiver out of the east ski...thanks!
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Originally Posted by chuckl View Post

hi everyone...on the fence regarding size to grab regarding the TST. I am five foot seven but a solid 200 lbs with no ambition to lose weight for the moment. Its an athletic 2 bills. Advanced and will be taking this out west 3 times this year including a trip to Switzerland. On the fence between 174 183 or 192...in length. Will be adding this to my legend sultan 85 and cross contact ti...I read they ski short but would love some advice. Also this will be my 1 quiver out of the east ski...thanks!


Don't even consider the 174. It's not a frontside carver so size accordingly I am similiar in build, and alternate between a 186 and 191 ski.

post #6 of 6

Chucki, this ski has a bunch of tip rocker, so will ski really short IMO. I bought the 183's and would suggest you do the same.

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