Here's the original post that discusses fit. Here's the fitting guide again:
|Skateboard Deck Fitting Guide for Popsicle Stick Shaped Decks|
|Body Measurement||Board Measurement||How to estimate size|
|Shoe Size||Width||With front foot at 45°, heels and balls of feet should be contained in width of skateboard.|
|Leg length||Length||Standing deck against leg, the deck length should go from ground to hipbone. Tip of deck can be under, on, or over the hipbone, but generally touching or very near to the hipbone.|
|Shoulder width||Wheelbase||Putting deck against your chest, the truck mounting locations should be aligned with your shoulder joints.|
The pictures aren't always exactly the best perspective, and sometimes their legs are bent or something, but they are close enough to see that pros skate decks that have a length equal to or greater than the distance from the bottom of their foot to their hipbone.
In the pictures, the two blue lines are equivalent in length, and are based on the length of the deck. So, it's as if the deck were put against their leg.
|A perfect picture for perspective. Daewon's deck is longer than his leg.|
|Darren's deck looks like it would be right at his hipbone. That is probably the old 8.6 shape he's skating, which has a length of 32.35. Darren skates the 8.88 shape nowadays, which is 32.5" long - not a huge difference.|
|This is a great picture that shows that Rodney's deck is pretty much exactly matched to the length of his leg from hipbone to sole of the foot.|
|This picture of Stu shows how perspective makes things a little difficult to assess. In this picture, it looks like Stu's deck is shorter than his leg.|
|In this picture, though, we can see that Stu's deck is about as long as his leg from hipbone to sole of his foot.|