Sizing Charts

Size Charts

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Snow Ski Size Reference Chart
Find Your height and your skill level. Then find your ski size in centimeters.
Height (in) Beginning Recreational Intermediate
3'-3'1'' 65-75 - -
3'2''-3'3'' 75-80 - -
3'4''-3'6'' 80-85 - -
3'7''-3'8'' 85-95 - -
3'9''-3'10'' 95-105 105-110 -
3'11''-4' 105-110 110-115 115-125
4'1''-4'2'' 110-115 115-120 120-130
4'3''-4'4'' 115-120 120-125 125-135
4'5''-4'6'' 120-125 125-130 130-140
4'7''-4'8'' 125-130 130-135 135-145
4'9''-4'11'' 130-135 135-140 140-155
5'-5'1'' 135-140 140-145 150-160
5'2''-5'3''' 140-145 145-150 155-165
5'4''-5'5'' 145-150 150-155 160-170
5'6''-5'7'' 150-155 155-160 165-175
5'8''-'5'9'' 155-160 160-165 170-180
5'10''-6' 160-165 165-170 175-185
6'1''-6'2'' 165-170 170-175 180-195
6'3''-6'4'' 170-175 175-185 190-200
6'6''+ 180+ 185+ 200+

Things to note when choosing a ski size:

  1. There are 2.54 cm in an inch. So getting a ski that is 3 cm +/- what the chart says wont affect the average recrational/intermediate skier.The chart above decifers what ski a person needs based upon where the ski will measure up to their body.
  2. Little children need the ski to hit them in the chest/shoulders so as to help avoid leg fatigue and crossing their skis.Beggining skiers will want the ski to go up to their chin so they will be able to manuever the ski without going too fast.Recreational skiers with experience will probably need a ski that hit them in the nose because they will get a good mix of speed and manueverability.Intermediate skiers will may want something that is long for a more aggresive trip down the hill so a ski that goes up to the forhead to the top of the head will usually be best.Advanced skiers will want to choose what size ski they use based upon their skiing style, conditions they are skiing in, and the type of ski they want to use. For speed a longer ski, for a more responsive ski a shorter ski will be best.
  3. If you have an unusually large stature you may want to order a ski that is a bit longer. If you have a small stature you may want to order a shorter ski.
  4. This chart is a generalization. It is merely to help you get close to the size that will work for an average sized person for each height. It does not take into consideration variables such as a person's stature, where they are skiing, and what they are skiing on. When in doubt about what ski to choose please give us a call at 1-509-663-5255. We are not responsible for skis ordered off of this chart that don't work well for what you need. Please see our RETURN POLICY about exchanging skis.

 

Snowboard Sizing Chart
Find Your Size:
Riders Height Board Length Range
4' 106cm-112cm
4'2'' 110cm-117cm
4'4'' 115cm-122cm
4'6'' 119cm-126cm
4'8'' 124cm-131cm
4'10'' 128cm-136cm
5' 133cm-140cm
5'2'' 137cm-145cm
5'4'' 141cm-150cm
5'6'' 146cm-154cm
5'8'' 150cm-159cm
5'10'' 155cm-164cm
6' 159cm-168cm
6'2''+ 159cm
    Things to note when choosing a snowboard:
  • If you are a beggining rider you should choose a size that is on the low end of the size range for your height.
  • For a good general rule of thumb begginging riders will want a board that will hit them between the chin and nose when standing on end. Advanced riders will choose a board that best fits their riding style.
  • If you have a size 12us mens foot or larger you will want to buy a wide snowboard or your feet will hand over the edge. 10.5-11.5 us mens size is boardline for buying a wide board. If you have any question about the proper board size please give us a call at 1-509-663-5255 M-F 8-4:30 PST (Pacific Standard time)
  • This chart is a generalization of board sizes. Each person has different dimensions, skill level, and riding style. We are not responsible if you recieve a snowboard that is not right for you. If you have any doubt about what size to get please give us a call at 1-509-663-5255 . See our RETURN POLICY about exchanging snowboards.

 

Ski and Snowboard Boot Size
Conversion Chart
US Womens US Youth/Mens Mondo UK Euro
- 6 jr 12.5 - 25
- 7 jr 13.5 - 26
- 8 jr 14.5 - 27
- 9 jr 15.5 - 28
- 10 jr 16.5 - 28
- 11 jr 17.5 - 29
- 12 jr 18.5 - 30
- 13 jr 19 1 uk 31
3 wm 1 yth 19.5 1.5 uk 32
3.5 wm 2 yth 20 2 uk 33
4 wm 2.5 yth 20.2 2.5 uk 34
4.5 wm 3 yth 21 3 uk 34.5
5 wm 3.5 yth 21.5 3 uk 35
5.5 wm 4 yth 22 3.5 uk 35.5
6 wm 4.5 yth 22.5 4 uk 36
6.5 wm 5 mn 23 4.5 uk 37
7 wm 5.5 mn 23.5 5 uk 37.5
7.5 wm 6 mn 24 5.5 uk 38
8 wm 6.5 mn 24.5 6 uk 39
8.5 wm 7 mn 25 6.5 uk 40
9 wm 7.5 mn 25.5 7 uk 40.5
9.5 wm 8 mn 26 7.5 uk 41
10 wm 8.5 mn 26.5 8 uk 42
10.5 wm 9 mn 27 8.5 uk 43
11 wm 9.5 mn 27.5 9 uk 43.5
11.5 wm 10 mn 28 9.5 uk 44
12 wm 10.5 mn 28.5 10 uk 44.5
- 11 mn 29 10.5 uk 45
- 1.5 mn 29.5 11 uk 45.5
- 12 mn 30 11.5 uk 46
- 12.5 mn 30.5 12 uk 47
- 13 mn 31 13 uk 48
    Things to note when choosing a boot:
  • Not every ski and snowboard boot is true to size. Please read the information on the boot about sizing and when in doubt give us a call.
  • To avoid unnecessary shipping charges and time delays you may want to order a half size larger on all boots.
  • For ski and snowboard boots to fit properly you want your toe to feather the end of the boot when you are standing straight up.
  • New ski and snowboard boots will pack out while wearing them. So, they may seem a bit snug, but after a few trips to the hill they will loosen up.
  • This chart is a generalization of boot sizes. One manufactures 12 may be the equivelent of anothers 11 or 11.5. We are not responsible for boots that do not fit

 

Ski Pole Sizing Chart
in/cm
Height Pole Size
ft.in. inches cm
2'9''-3'0'' 30'' 75cm
3'1''-3'4'' 32'' 80cm
3'5''-3'8'' 34'' 85cm
3'9''-4'0'' 36'' 90cm
4'1''-4'4'' 38'' 95cm
4'5''-4'8'' 40'' 100cm
4'9''-5'0'' 42'' 105cm
5'1''-5'3'' 44'' 110cm
5'4''-5'6'' 46'' 115cm
5'7''-5'9'' 48'' 120cm
5'10''-6'0'' 50'' 125cm
6'1''-6'3'' 52'' 130cm
6'4''-6'6'' 54'' 135cm
6'7''-+ 56'' 140cm
    Things to note when choosing a pole size:
  • Little children which are learning to ski may not need poles. Some argue they may just get in the way.
  • This chart is a generalization of pole sizes. Each person is built differently with different dimensions. We are not responsible if you recieve poles that are not the right size for you. You may want to follow the steps below in order to find your best fit pole size.

    How to fit yourself for poles:

    1. You will need a tape measure, a partner will make this easier.
    2. Hold your arms at a 90o angle as if you were holding poles
    3. Measure the distance from the top of your hand to the floor
    4. Take the number you measured and add 2'' to get your best fit pole size.
    5. Measure both hands to help avoid error

 

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Wakeboard Sizing Chart

(Weights are MAXIMUM)

Weight in lbs

Board Length

Up to 85 lbs

119cm

Up to 105 lbs

121cm

Up to 130 lbs

130 - 131cm

Up to 160 lbs

132 - 133cm

Up to 180 lbs

134 - 135cm

Up to 200 lbs

136 - 139cm

200 lbs & Up

140cm & Up

Key notes before choosing a board:

  • Height is not a factor
  • The chart above is a general sizing chart for beggining riders. Skill level, riding style, and board model are major factors to consider for advanced riders.
  • Never choose a more advanced board than your skill level because you wont be able to stay on.
  • For a family board that will fit Mom, Dad, and Older Children a 136 is a good length. Unless riders are over 200 lbs or are under 100 lbs.
Wake Board Boot Sizing Chart
Parks - Temet - Byerly - High Back - ERA
Men XS S MINI-MD MD MD-LG LG XL XXL
U.S. 2-4 4-5.5 5-7 7.5-9.5 9-10 9-11 11-13 13-15.5
U.K 1.5-3.5 3.5-5 4.5-6 6.5-8.5 8-9 8-10 10-12 12-14.5
Europe 33.5-39 36-38 37.5-40 40.5-43 42.5-44 42.5-45 45-47.5 47.5-50
CM 21-23 23-24 23.5-25 25.5-27 27-28 27-29 29-31 31-33.5
Parks - Temet - Byerly - High Back - ERA Things to Note:
  • This chart is for general sizing only.All boots have a specific arch, length, and sizeSome boots are stance specificTry boots on locally to assure best fit
  • We dont carry every boot/size on this chart
  • Womens XS S MINI-MD
    U.S. 4-6 6-7.5 7-9
    U.K 1.5-3.5 3.5-5 4.5-6.5
    Europe 33.5-36.5 36.5-38.5 38-40.5
    CM 21-23 23-24.5 24-26
    SPLIT - SPIN   VARGAS - SPLIT - SPIN  
    MEN MINI STD XL   WOMEN MINI STD  
    U.S. 3-7 6-11.5 10-15.5   U.S. 5-9.8 8.5-16  
    U.K 2.5-6 5.5-10.5 9-14.5   U.K 2.5-6.5 6-11  
    Europe 34-40 37.5-46 44-50   Europe 35-40.5 38.5-68.5  
    CM 21.5-25 25-29.5 27-33.5   CM 22-26 24.5-43.5  
    VARIO   VARIO    
    MEN MINI STD XL   WOMEN MINI    
    U.S. 2-7 5-12 10-15.5   U.S. 4-9    
    U.K 1.5-6 4.5-11 9-14.5   U.K 1.5-6.5    
    Europe 33.5-40 37.5-46 44-50   Europe 33.5-40.5    
    CM 21-25 23.5-30 28-33.5   CM 21-26    

     

    Water Ski Sizing Chart

    MPH
    Sizes
    Skill Level
    Surface Area
    Max Tip Width
    Turn Style
    Rocker
    Intended Rider
    Monza 36 63.5
    65
    66
    67
    68
    69.5
    Advanced-Pro Comp 338.2
    346.2
    351.6
    356.9
    362.2
    370.2
    6.41
    6.62
    6.72
    6.83
    6.93
    7.08
    tight carve 3-Stage 125
    115-140
    130-155
    150-182
    175-200
    190+
    System 8 35 63.5
    65
    66
    67
    68
    69.5
    Advanced-Pro Comp 338.2
    346.2
    351.6
    356.9
    362.2
    370.2
    6.41
    6.62
    6.72
    6.83
    6.93
    7.08
    tight carve 3-Stage 125
    115-140
    130-155
    150-182
    175-200
    190+
    Nitro 33 65
    67
    69
    Performance Expert 359.77
    370.84
    381.91
    6.91
    7.12
    7.33
    aggressive 3-Stage up to 150
    up to 190
    up to 230
    Triumph

    32

    65
    67
    69
    71
    Performance Expert 381.13
    392.86
    404.59
    416.31
    7.21
    7.43
    7.65
    7.87
    energetic 3-Stage up to 160
    up to 200
    up to 240
    up to 280
    Comp/Free 28 65
    67
    69
    71
    Beginner Intermediate 384.12
    395.94
    407.76
    419.58
    7.22
    7.44
    7.66
    7.88
    aspiring Continuos up to 160
    up to 200
    up to 200
    up to 240
    up to 280
    Mach 1 30 66
    68
    70
    Recreational Expert 353.72
    364.44
    375.16
    6.86
    7.07
    7.28
    progressive 3-Stage 130-165
    160-190
    190-240
    Siren 32 63
    65
    Recreational Expert 369.41
    381.13
    6.99
    7.21
    energetic 3-Stage up to 120
    up to 160
    Esprit 30 64
    66
    Rec - Expert 343.00
    353.72
    6.65
    6.86
    progressive 3-Stage up to 130
    up to 165
    Rival 25 66.5
    68.5
    Recreational Performance 427.23
    440.08
    7.85
    8.09
    cruizer Continuos up to 170
    up to 240
    Revolt 34 63.5 Recreational Competition 338.2 6.41 dynamic 3-Stage up to 125
    Judge 23 61 Recreational Expert 321.27 6.45 controlled Continuos up to 110
    Impact 26 67 Recreational

    396.37

    7.45 moderate Continuos up to 190

     

    HO Slalom and Combo Waterski Boot Sizing Chart

    Animal & Venom Sizing

    Men XXS XS S M L XL XXL
    U.S. 2-3 4-5 6-7 8-9 10-11 12-13 13-14
    U.K. 1.5-2.5 3.5-4.5 5.5-6 7-8 9-10 11-12 12-13
    Europe 33.5-35 36-37.5 38.5-40 41-42.5 44-45 46-47.5 47.5-48.5
    CM 21-22 23-23.5 24-25 26-27 28-29 30-31 31-32

    Animal & Venom Sizing

    Women XXS XS S
    U.S. 4-5 6-7 8-9
    U.K. 1.5-2.5 3.5-4.5 5.5-6.5
    Europe 33.5-35 36.5-38 39-40.5
    CM 21-22 23-24 26-26

    Custom Wrap & Standard Combo Ski Boots

    Men XS S M STANDARD XL XXL
    U.S. 2-6 4-8 6-10 8-12 11-14 13-15
    U.K. 1.5-5.5 3.5-7 5.5-9 7-11 10-13 12-14
    Europe 33.5-38.5 36-41 38.5-44 41.5-46 45-48.5 47.5-49.5
    CM 21-24 23-26 24-28 26-30 29-32 31-33

     

     

     

     

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