I just got new skis for my kids -- Dynastar "Team Speed" in 110 for the 7-year-old and 120 for the 9-year-old -- and gave them the once over with a true bar and found that they weren't flat.
Here is what the 110s look like (made in Taiwan):
and here are the 120s (made in France):
I'm new to DIY ski tuning and have read a lot about the importance of making sure your bases are flat before doing anything else, but I'm not sure how flat is flat enough. Is this something I should bring back to the shop? Or is it no big deal? Or should we just ski them then decide?
If I try to bevel the edges (wanted to try 1/2 for the 9-year-old) is this curvature going to screw up the tune?
Any tips or insight will be appreciated!