I just bought a new pair of Nordica Fire Arrow 76 Ti-N Pro p.r. Evo 2015, 176 cm. I've noticed that the tips and tails have blunt edges, instead of being tip to tail sharp (tip - on a 100-200 mm length including the tip; tail - on a 50-100 length including the tail), like they are "de-tuned" - please see the picture attached. Is this a regular practice for this kind of skis? Is this a Nordica factory tuning made for this model or this is a manufacturing defect? The shop I bought them from has only mounted the bindings, without tuning or de-tuning the skis.
Secondary, if I decide to sharp them, would this be an easy thing to do without compromising the edge angle, considering that a part of the material has been removed?
I appreciate having your opinions. I am an advanced skier, I ski on groomed terrain, I prefer to carve.