ive got a pair of rossignol scratch blings which ive been skiing on all season. i was recently at revelstoke and had them tuned (wax, edges and filled in 1 or 2 small scratches on the base). im no expert on tuning btw, this season is the first time ive ever owned a pair of skis
when i first got back out after i had them tuned i noticed the edges were really really sharp. i thought that was relatively normal and even kind of cool as it was gripping hard to the ice and hard pack, but now about 5 or 6 skiing days later it still feels very weird and is becoming increasingly difficult to ski on in hard snow.
basically what i've noticed is
- the slightest movement from me causes the skis to bite hard into the snow. sometimes i'll turn slightly for example to avoid someone ahead of me, or maybe do something as subtle as turn my head to look around me and suddenly i'll feel like the ski is pushing me into a "proper" turn
- the above point is particularly noticable towards the back of the ski. the part of the ski behind my bindings tends to bite harder than the front and at more unpredictable times
- its very difficult to go from edge to edge because once the ski has its edge in it doesnt seem to want to let go
id appreciate anyone's help on what is wrong and how to fix it, as it is really making it very difficult for me right now and is just taking away all the confidence i had in how my skis are going to react.