First I wish to thank those in this forum that have been kind and helpful in the information that they provide.
Not really a boot question but does relate to alignment - however if need be move the question to the correct forum.
Boots are great, starting second full season in a set of Mach1's. During the off season I changed equipment (skis & bindings)
Now all the progress of last year seems to taken a step back - yes another year older and a few more aches and pains - but I'm finding it feels like I'm in the back seat which is problematic with turn initiation.
I have moved from a Dynastar Speed Course Ti /Look setup (skis were tuned 1 base/2 side - and which has been sold to make room for the new setup) and changed to Head Rebel/Tyrolia (factory tune .5 base/2 side).
I hear that some bindings have different ramp angles and I'm wondering if this is what I'm feeling - sensing? Is there a method that I can do a 'home' check (realizing that it is not a simple topic) to see if I'm in the ball park or determine that I need to find some assistance.
BTW I also realize that body mechanics do and more that likely are the cause - however I will not be with a seasoned observer till later this month and since I changed equipment I thought I'd ask.