General rule is to choose the skin that is closest to the width of the top end of your skis but no larger. In your case, I would go with the 110mm.
Great, versatile, and lite. Once broken in (which took one hike) they were a dream for my feet. Short runs to long hikes, they work. Hands down, the best trail runner I've tried.
You will probably have to go up to X-Large. I am 5'10 and they fit just right. That being said, depending on your waist, you might be able to get away with the large due to the adjustable velcro waistband.
About to hammer down the snowfields above Tuck's. And my jacket matches my boots.
I have been preaching the MSR WhisperLite for years. No that I no longer lead trips, I made the switch to Jetboil and will never look back. I prefer cooking mac n' cheese or a cup of joe in this over my kitchen stove.
How my Kilowatts dealt with a powder day at Solitude last winter...
Looking to be able to strap a pair of crampons to my T1 (teleboots) in addition to my Asolo TPS (leather hikers). Wondering if these make more sense than the Sabertooths?
These bibs do the trick. Very versatile. Great ventilation. Good fit. Plus I look good.
Hesitant to go up to a 185, let alone a 195. I weigh 190lbs and I am 5'10". I usually ski a 175 downhill/tele. I want to use this ski for touring but also want to be sure that I can make turns. Thoughts?