alignmentInteresting string, including how consistent (for the most part) the advice is on technique. Very helpful. But help me understand a bit more about ALIGNMENT...
[quote=Skidude72;652280]To me, the fact that you have more of a problem on one side then the other, screams alignment issue. Easy to check: Just look at a well worn pair of your shoes...turn em over...does one shoe sole have more or less wear on one side then the others shoe? If yes alignment issue."
It would seem that the biomechanics of walking (heel-toe, alternating leg swings, etc) are so different from the biomechanics of skiing that wear patterns on street shoes wouldn't hold much insight for skiing problems. To be clear, I am not doubting the wisdom or accuracy of comments... it just never occurred to me that the two would link, at least in this way. But then I haven't thought about it, nearly as much as y'all.
Thanks for good discussion.