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Adult woman -small feet

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Hi,
My feet have been measured at 21. I usually wear a 2 in regular shoes. I've only found that Dalbello makes a women's size 21 KR 2 Lotus but I can't find them in stock anywhere. I'm a beginner skier but it's always an issue when I rent. Kids boots. Kids ski. Or boots way too big (size 4) to put me on adult skis. I'm finding it difficult to improve my skiing and have found I'm getting worse instead. I've been told I'm better off getting my own boots. Am I better off just going with a kids boot and buying junior skis? I'm 5"2 110 pounds so I'm too big for some skis/bindings. The boots I've found have a 40 flex and not sure if thats ok for an adult. But most likely they won't fit in any adult rental skis
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tecnica makes a true 21 adult 90 flex boot..

 

jim

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40 flex way too soft.  Jim's idea is better.

 

don't ski junior skis you are too heavy and hopefully strong.  There are plenty of adult skis down into the low 150cm length and even 140 if necessary that should easily work for you.

 

Lou

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