My problem is legs and knees are crooked. When I flex my knees to a squat position, with my feet pointing straight ahead, my knees move quickly inside. When professionals make boot cuff alignment and sole canting changes to provide proper static alignment (knees straight ahead) I fight over edging on my inside edges. As adjustments were made to correct my over edging and moved toward canting in the opposite direction my edging seemed to improve but instructors noted significant A-Frame issues.
When I do squats with my toes pointing slightly out my knees will track perfectly straight ahead. I think if I mounted my bindings in a slightly “toes out” stance I could improve my skiing.
Does anyone have experience mounting ski bindings anything other than square to the ski centerline? I've talked to my local ski shop about an offset mounting position and they were not inclined to drill and mount my bindings in anything other than the "factory approved" method. Any advice on a "do it yourself" method or advice on convincing my local shop to try something that’s not traditional would be appreciated.