Originally Posted by KingDakota12
Great thanks, but like what kind of ski's would be best for me? Like I said just a regular downhill skiier in for beginner and intermediate courses and I need to find the right set?
The kind they rent at the area.
I'm not trying to be an a$$ (I'm just drawn that way) but there are like 787,634 different types of skis that will do what you want them to do. I'd just go to a reputable shop, get sized and set up with a pair. If you like them, rent them again (or buy them). If you don't, have the shop set you up with another pair. Rinse, repeat. Basically, as long as you have a halfway decent shop that you're working with you literally can't go wrong. Plus, since you have some prior experience you are going to progress a heck of a lot quicker than you would if you were starting from scratch. Thus, renting also makes a good deal of sense early on because you can keep changing up skis as you progress.
Ditto what crg said on the boots thing. Forget the skis. As long as you're skiing on something the appropriate length and width the skis won't really matter. What WILL matter are the boots. If you're thinking of dropping down some coin - get boots and get them done right. Go to a GOOD boot shop in the area, get fitted, and buy them. Don't be a douche and do the whole "I am going to waste 3 hours of a bootfitters time to only walk out and buy them online". In the end, you'll pay one way or another. Karma is a b*tch. Again, buy the boots - rent the skis.