I'm not sure if this question is better addressed here or in the boot section. I'm aware that most skiers tend to have a "stronger" side and are more comfortable turning to one side. Not sure if this is alignment, right/left side dominance, lege length discrepancies, etc...In my situation i am a 57 yo level 6-7ish skier who is back to the sport after a 6 yr hiatus. 5'9, 165 lbs. Knock kneed with right knee more knock kneed than left. Very good shape as I run and cycle/spin. Equipment is Salomon x-wave 9 boots with instaprint footbeds and boot work (planed and lifts under boot) done by Green Mountain Orthotics Lab in Stratton. Also had a bit of tweaking done by Jeff Bergeron in Breck 7 yrs ago. Skis are 2015 Atomic Nomad TI in 167 cm.
My problem is i am much stronger and confident turning to the left. I seem to have an issue with turning to the right where my uphill ski (right leg) tends to waver a bit and i have the sense that my downhill edge on that uphill right ski tends to "catch". Mind you these turns to the right are still pretty good, just not as strong or confident vs. turning left. When I do sideslipping quick hockey turns down the fall line i am much better to the left...to the right my uphill ski tends to wander a bit. Any thoughts on this and/or drills I can work on next week when I visit Snowmass?
Thanks in advance,