I have a fairly new pair of 27.5 Head Vector 120 boots. I'm skiing them on a Head Supershape Titan ski. I've noticed the inside edges of the ski feel slightly angled in when I'm standing up straight, and at speed the skis feel kind of unstable (ie wobbly). Could this be caused by my boots having too much "bow-leg" cant (ie outward)? I haven't had the cant adjusted since I bought them, so I'm using whatever they defaulted to.
With the high amount of sidecut on the Titan, it seems logical that any assymetrical side loading would cause immediate instability.
I've never seen it discussed, but what is the optimum cant? Obviously depends on your legs and feet, but is the optimum "result" completely flat skis while standing straight?
It makes sense that the inside edge angled in would produce a more responsive ski and angled out would produce a less responsive ski, but in either case too much should lead to instability and difficult skiing.
Thanks for any input!