Does foot width factor into a skier's perception of ski width performance? This may be a dumb question, but as this will likely be my first winter of real skiing and will be looking to rent/demo some real skis, I thought I would ask, and I never see a foot width included with height and weight and skier type in the amazing reviews that are here. I understand that there are MANY factors that go into a ski's performance. But, for example, would a skier with a narrow foot and a skier with a wide foot have the same perception underfoot of, say, a Kastle MX88? Would it feel, and more importantly would it perform, more like a slightly wider ski for a narrow-footed skier and like a slightly narrower ski for a wide-footed skier? Or are foot width differences negated by the relative constant of the boot sole as the contact point with the ski?