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Do I have alignment issues.

post #1 of 10
Thread Starter 
So I went skiing today and on the way up I noticed my left foot always kept seeming to diverge (there was no track) I only noticed cause I kept having to pick it up and put it back in line with my body. With a little deliberate effort I could keep it straight, but I had to think about it. Is this indicative of anything or am I just nitpicking
post #2 of 10
I think we are going to need more information. Could simply be tune.
post #3 of 10
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Lou Rosenfeld View Post
I think we are going to need more information. Could simply be tune.
Tune shouldn't make any difference in this situation should it? it was soft snow.
post #4 of 10
Point is we need more information. Your problem is to general for us to guess the reason. Yes, could be alignment issue, but I'm willing to bet your were hoping for better help. More information would possibly permit that.

Skier type, information on foot and leg shape, boot size, category skier, difficulties turning one way, etc.
post #5 of 10
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Lou Rosenfeld View Post
Skier type,III+ information on foot and leg shapeSize 12.5-13US Long arch slightly narrow foot, boot size27.5, category skier? not sure what this means, I ski off piste., difficulties turning one way not noticeably, etc.
Does this help
post #6 of 10
Phil:
I think the problem is your broken toes.
post #7 of 10
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Lou Rosenfeld View Post
Phil:
I think the problem is your broken toes.
huh?
post #8 of 10
Phil:
Sorry, my idea of joke. I measure Mondo 27 and Brannock U.S. 10 3/4. I wear a 27 boot. Bud is same but has done enough work to get his foot into a 26. But you have gotten a foot 2-3 sizes bigger than mine in the same size I wear. Something isn't adding up.

That said there still just really isn't enough info to help. Ski a few more times, see if the problem is still present then gives us extra information.

Lou
post #9 of 10
Thread Starter 
Ok thanks. although maybe the first post didnt make it clear, I was going up the hill not down when I noticed this, that just made me think that my foot naturally tracked outward.
post #10 of 10
On snow self testing ideas.
The only way to know if it is an alignment issue is to run yourself through some tests.

Straight run tests
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