Originally Posted by Ladiidaa
I am a 5'5 115lbs
beginner but i am getting better i have been skiing on 130s all winter
OK, so knowing nothing about your height and weight, here is a general response. In the beginning, buy skis that when stood on end, come up to between your chin and nose. That length should work for you and the longer the better IMO. Get a shape that has a turn radius of less than 20M and is between 74-90 width under the boot and I think you will be fine.
You did say your boots are comfy, so just an FYI. When I came back to skiing 6 years ago, my boots were comfy and very soft/flexible. With time I decided the fit was to lose and I went with a much snugger fit and a boot with a much stiffer flex pattern. I am now on my third pair of boots in 6 years and the new pair is a very stiff flex pattern and really snug to the point of being somewhat uncomfortable in the first 5-7 days I wore them. They now fit great. In buying your boots, you should have a good boot fitter, not the kid at Big 5, set you up. If your lucky like me and your boot fitting involved a in sole only. It is pretty easy to take care of yourself down the road. If not, a good boot fitter can really help your overall enjoyment.