I tend to be somewhat bull legged and supinate. Except for a pair of Durafibers with cants under the bindings (with Hanson Team boots) I owned in the 70's I have always compensated with my stance. I currently have Tecnica carbon icons and am planning on getting new boots soon. I live in Hawaii and do not have my own skies. Instead I rent high performance demo skies of various types depending on snow conditions. When I bought my last pair of boots I was going to have a foot bed made, but the "boot fitter" did not seem knowledgeable so I didn't do it.
I am interested in performance more that comfort (I have never owned a pair of boots I didn't have to unbuckle on the lift).
I know that you would have to evaluate my stance for specific recommendations, however in general what is the best way to compensate for a misaligned stance.
Do foot beds help correct for supination?
If I had the boots soles "ground down" would they fit on all types of bindings that I rent?
Is there a way to tell if a boot fitter has the necessary qualifications to work on my boots? I hate to let someone grind down $800 dollar boots unless I trust them.
I like the performance of by carbon icons, can you boots recommend boots from Tecnica and other manufactures with a similar performance profile.