I have the Head Edge 90's with what they call canting adjustments on both sides of the boots. I had the inside adjustment turned all the way on both boots and I tend to catch an edge on my inside left ski sometimes. I put them back in the nuetral position last night and that puts my skis flatter on the snow. But I felt like I wasn't riding as well. What do I need to look for flat skis on flat surface or just don't mess with them? What is the canting adjustment there for to accomplish?
Head edge 90 canting adjustments
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the "canting" adjustment as they call it is the lateral shaft alignment, it tips the upper cuff of the boot either in or out to ACCOMMODATE any shape in your tibia either knock kneed or bow legged, it is not designed to correct these problems, easiest way to have it set correctly is to speak with your boot fitter who can check that it is correct for you, but in essence you want your leg to come out the centre of the boot shaft with equal space on either side of it when you are stood in the empty shell on your footbeds...if you don't have a footbed then you need to be thinking of that before making an adjustment to the cuff canting