|Kids Ski Size Guide||Ski Length (cm)|
|Height (cm)||Weight (kg)||Beginner||Experienced|
How to Use
- Measure your kid's Height & Weight
- Match each Height & Weight to the size chart above
- If the results for Height/Weight are on separate lines, look for skis between the two results.
I.E. If your kid is 120cm tall & 21kg and a beginner skier, you should look for 95 - 100cm Skis.
Other Factors to Consider
Kids skis being too long have the potential to really harm their ability to progress. If you are looking to get multiple years out of a pair of skis, try not to size them up too much. Letting them ski an extra year on a pair that is a little short is much better than putting them on a pair that is 10cm too long in order to prolong the life of a ski.
Normally you can comfortably get 2 years out of a pair of kids skis, then upgrade to the model that is 20cm longer. Kids who ski a lot will benefit from sizing up 10 cm each year as they grow but that approach can be very expensive for those who only ski a little.