I have noticed that occasionally if I am moving very slowly on flatting terrain, and want to make a tight turn, the third edge (uphill edge of inside ski) sometimes catches. Also, in general, I have noticed studying my POV footage that my inside ski is often more tilted than my outside ski, which leads me to believe I may need canting.
Should I invest 160 dollars in boot-planing, or is this technique? On both skis it is way easier to passively switch energy to the outside of the skis than the inside. I don't know if this is bad alignment or the inverted hinge position in my boots. Particularly in a right turn, I feel I have to tilt the ankles way over.
Caveat: This does NOT happen if I am hauling ass, moving fast on steep terrain (where things are as smooth as pancakes). Maybe skis in question just have limitations at slow speed and flattish terrain?
I would both greatly appreciate advice on whether or not I am a candidate for canting, and also some drills I can do to improve balance (both on-skis and in gym)