Boots: atomic CS 120, and atomic M100
Recreational racer, likely level high 7-8. Can ski any blacks easily out west, and most double blacks. I like to go fast and consider myself a strong handed skiier. mostly ski midwest, ~ 2 trips out west (~2-3 weeks a year) 40-50 days skiing/yr
I went to my local bootfitter (20 something year old), but he measured me up for canting and cuff alignment. My cuff alignment was good. However, my knees were on the inside of the center of the boot. He put canting strips underneat the boots (1 degree on the left and 0.5 degrees on the right) - that seemed to correct it, High on the inside. We attempted different angles as well, and after a while (fatigue?), my right leg went from 0.5 to 2 degrees needed to correct center of knee over center boot.
Why would this be the case? I had superfeet blue footbeds (cannot afford customs)
I have problems disengaging the outside edges of my skis, and my skis like to diverge.
Is correcting these 1 degree and .5 or 2 degrees going to make a difference in my skiing?