Purely a matter of feeling
Ski is not the same as ski
I know that there are different ski types, that a ski has a shovel, a waist and a tail, and has an edge and a base at its disposal. Someone, who has watched Hans Hofer at work, however, can hear how fervently he speaks about the perfectly prepared sports device, and senses that a ski is a complex entity.
Hans Hofer is Bründl‘s expert for fine-tuning. He has been leading the newly-founded ski and racing service division in Kaprun since 2010. Hofer is the ski-whisperer. He knows where the shoe, or the ski, pinches. He sums it up to a catchy formula: “A ski that has been well-prepared runs well. A ski that runs well turns well. A ski that turns well requires less effort. In the end this reduces the risk of injury.” So much for the theory.