Originally Posted by Cirquerider
I moved your thread to the general gear discussions, and I see you also have asked the question in Ask the Boot Guys. Lets kick this question off by getting some specific information, and you may want to include this in the Boot Guys as well.
If you can post a picture of yourself in your boots from straight on and from the side, the pros will be able to see something of the alignment issues your are facing.
Standing in your boots, do you feel unbalanced?
Do your feet seem to rest on the outside of the foot (supination) or inside (pronation)?
Describe what issues you feel alignment is causing for you. Are you catching edges?
Do you have difficulty holding an edge? In both directions?
Are your skis in a wedge, or do you abstem?
Do you feel too far aft or forward?
I think the forums and pros can help you here, but you are going to have to provide some details to work from.
I see from a previous post you are from Latvia. Where do you ski?
Hi Cirquerider! I will take photos of myself in the boots today. How can I post it to this forum?
1. I feel a little bit leaning on the tongue/front side of my boot.
2. My feet seem to rest just a bit on the inside of the boot.
3. I have not skied in my new HEAD RS90 on my new NOMAD BLACKEYE skis yet so I cannot tell how will be edge engaging. Last year on rental skis/boots I felt like I cannot engage edges to appropriate degree especially when turning to the left.
4. I have made one experiment - put on my boots, got on my skis, stand on soft touristic pad and put levels (with liquid showing lateral level) on my skis. It showed that both skies were a fraction to the inside from zero flat.
Yes, I live in Latvia, ski here small hills and this year will be the third time i go to spend 7 days skiing in Slovakia. Next year probably Austria