Difference between 5'9" and 5'11"
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Since they're both in the average range, is there a big difference in how men are treated at those heights?
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(06-26-2018, 11:58 PM)Prime1343 Wrote: Since they're both in the average range, is there a big difference in how men are treated at those heights?

5'11" is not in the average range it's above it, so of course there's a big difference. One is in the lower range of average and the other is a little above. I think there was a post here where it was shown that 5'9"-5'11" is the most significant gap.
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(06-26-2018, 11:58 PM)Prime1343 Wrote: Since they're both in the average range, is there a big difference in how men are treated at those heights?

Isn't it obvious that there is? 2 inches is a big difference especially in that range. 5'11" is on the taller side (like Jimmy Kimmel or Brad Pitt) whereas 5'9" is average at best (like Jamie Foxx or Tom Hardy).
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#4
Yes 5'9 is a weak average while 5'11 is above average. I live in a predominantly white area and i remember when I was 5'9 i was average at best while. While when I was 5'11 not that long ago I was starting to feel i was a bit more on the taller side though not "tall" yet
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(06-27-2018, 08:19 PM)Ja533 Wrote: Yes 5'9 is a weak average while 5'11 is above average. I live in a predominantly white area and i remember when I was 5'9 i was average at best while. While when I was 5'11 not that long ago I was starting to feel i was a bit more on the taller side though not "tall" yet

5'8 is maybe more weak average but 5'9 is just plain average, while 5'10 is average for young white males or solid average, and 5'11 above age
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#6
Read this:

https://heightboard.com/thread-3421.html
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#7
2 inches is always a big difference man. Of course 5'9" and 5'11" are treated differently.
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#8
The difference between 5’7” and 5’9” is much bigger, yes 5’9” to 5’11” is a 27 percent jump, but going from 5’7” to 5’9” takes you out of the short zone, which makes it a much more significant gap. And it doesn’t make much sense to say 5’11” is out of the average range because it’s not far enough from average to be considered tall.
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