Is a 67' Senate too small?

AliAli Posts: 152 Baller
edited June 2010 in Skis Fins Bindings
Found a reasonable price for a 67' Senate. This would be for a friend who skis at 15off and 30/32 mph and weighs 187lbs or 18m 49/52 kmh and 85kg. Would this ski be long enough for him?




  • Thomas WayneThomas Wayne Posts: 550 New Baller
    If it's a Senate-C it's plenty long enough in my opinion.  I skied that ski through -32' at 215+ lbs, but have friends in your buddy's weigh range who ski slower and loved the 67".

    If it's the regular Senate I can't comment, since I've never tried that one.

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  • RichardDoaneRichardDoane Posts: 3,956
    Ali - the regular Senate is the same shape as the Senate-C, difference is in the core and the lay-up/carbon amount.  I skied a 67 Senate C for the 2008 season @ 6' ,185lbs.  It worked great for me, and should also for your buddy.
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  • AliAli Posts: 152 Baller
    Thanks guys, what bindings holes does radar have?

  • RichardDoaneRichardDoane Posts: 3,956
    same as HO
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