Choose your ski poles are an aspect often overlooked, and that is very important in several respects. Having the right amount of rackets in fact helps to maintain the correct posture during times of slow skiing, and it is essential for safety during all the time that you use the skis. The height is not the only factor to consider. Also the width of the band that wraps around the wrist is very important, this must not be excessively large, since a risk of losing the racket in the case where the handle out of hand, but should not be either too narrow, because it would make it difficult to firm grip of the racket and would prevent a quick handle on this.
The length of the snowshoe or ski poles must be as accurate as possible. Rackets too short might not let you have an immediate holding risking the loss of balance and fall. Snowshoes would be too long instead of easily got in the way. According to the most widely used method is to flip the ski pole and lay it on the ground at this point after challenging the racket up to the circle of plastic check that the elbow at an angle of 90 degrees.
There is also a widely used rule of thumb, which allows you to choose the perfect length of ski poles without having to use as in the previous step, if not there is availability. This rule is very simple and fast is to multiply your height for a fixed coefficient of 0.7. In the case in which the result was not a round number is advisable to round up.
If you are not yet satisfied with the resulting fit or you do not feel confident yet, you may want to consider another method to calculate the ideal length. This is to subtract 50 cm from the measure of our height. It is sometimes necessary, however, to consider the way in which you are used to skiing. A style of skiing characterized by wide curves and speed should be accompanied by rackets slightly shorter than the calculated measure, to avoid that they can touch the snow. If you intend to cross-country skiing instead recommend the use of rackets slightly longer…