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Background: Left foot running shoe worn far more on the inside than the outside.

                       Right foot running shoe shows even wear


Boots: Dabello Krypton pros with footbeds Knee / plumb bob shows my setup is "pretty close" to target


Problem: Steered turns to the left (ie slower speed, fairly flat skis)


In order to rotate my left foot counter-clockwise (ie to the left), I have to move my left leg closer to my right, somewhat forward and then I am overedged on my left little toe (uphill edge in the bottom of the turn)


** IF I move my left boot cuff outward (theoretically moving my shin inward), that seems to help.  but the tongue always recenters itself


Any advice appreciated


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