My everyday ski is the Legend 8K mounted with Rossi Axial (Pivot) 140 bindings, but I encounter my problem with all skis, including carvers (Tigersharks) and the all-mountain variety (the 8Ks, Mantras, Mythic Riders, etc.).
I've skied for around 35 years and I don't recall having this problem until shaped skis were invented.
I've addressed the issue with several instructors and none of them suggested anything more than to continue to work on the problem while skiing. None of them suggested an equipment solution. I haven't discussed this with my bootfitter but I will if this is something he can help resolve.
Physically, my left leg is shorter than my right leg by 3/4 of an inch.
The problem: when I turn right I can easily roll my ankles and make perfectly carved turns. When I try to do the same thing turning left, it doesn't work. It is very difficult for me to roll the left foot when I begin turning left even though it rolls perfectly when turning right. When turning left, I compensate for this by unweighting the left leg to begin the turn, which enables me to complete my carved turn to the left primarily using the right ski initially. It is possible for me to force my left ankle to roll when turning left but when I do that ski is somewhat wobbly and it does not track correctly. My right leg does what it is supposed to when turning left or right.
Is this a problem that can be addressed through boot modifcations? Thanks in advance for any advice you can give me.