|Skier Weight||Boat Speed 26-30 mph||Boat Speed 34-36 mph|
|210 lbs & up||72″||68″-72″|
How long do my skis need to be?
There isn’t an exact formula for determining the right size but in general the proper ski length should be between your chin and the top of your head. For example, a skier that is 6′ tall will want to look for a skis between 170 – 190 cm. The xact right size for you will depend on your skiing ability and style.
Do water skis come in sizes?
You can find combo water skis in sizes ranging from 59 inches to 68 inches (159 to 172 centimeters) in length. Theoretically, you should pick the size of ski that matches both your bodyweight and athletic ability.
How long should slalom water skis be?
Slalom Ski Size Chart
|Lbs. – Weight||26-30 MPH||30-34 MPH|
What happens if your skis are too short?
Having skis that are too short to support your weight will have a lack of control, lack of response or rebound, and will not absorb the vibration when at a higher speed.
Are shorter skis better for beginners?
As a rule of thumb, beginner-level skiers should ride a ski no longer than the top of their chests. Shorter and softer flexing skis are easier to control, making turning easier and gaining speed less intimidating. The length and waist width of your skis determines how much surface area your ski is touching on the snow.
Are wider water skis better for beginners?
Greater width means it is easy to ride it but added width means the ski will become slow. The reduced width means that the ski is quicker and faster but it is hard to initiate in the deep water. The width for the beginners is 8 inches to 9 inches.
How do I know what size water skis to buy?
Most Combo skis should be picked based upon the rider’s weight. Under 120 lbs – Children who are less than 120 lbs should use skis that are around 54 to 59 inches long. Skis at 54 to 59 inches will give children the speed and stability that someone at this age will need.
What slalom ski should I get?
Slalom Water Ski Size Chart
|Boat Speed||26-30 mph||34-36 mph|