Ok, so I'm trying to decipher what the main differences/challenges are in skiing on metrons versus some random ski of a different design. I want to try M9's or M10's as a step up from my C7's, and i'm looking for some main pointers on what to expect as I push off from the top of the trail gazing off into the New Hampshire panorama.
So here are some specific questions.
1) I think of myself and being precise at what I do (cautious and precise to be exact). Will this ski like that or not?
2) I am just beginning to think of myself as being a carver versus a turner, so I'm still not strongly edging the way a true carver can. Will this ski catapult me into the woods or nudge me onto my edges more?
3) My index of 1245 puts me above the 164 in the M10 and M9 but way shy of the 171, so is this a round down or a round up?
4) Will these skis be good for skiing in the west or Europe (I will get there once or twice a year) but my main base is NH Sunapee (90 mins from my front door)
5) I wear Rossignol Soft boots because they just seem to fit me well and I like them (not very technical i know). Will I be better off with a different boot with these skis. In other words I dont want to demo or buy these skis without having the right boot.
6) I'm still in the lesson-taking stage. Will my instructors have any clue how to teach me new things if I'm on these skis?
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