Pat wrote:Yeah I just got back from using them. It seems to me that after a few double pole pushes to get going on a relatively flat surface, that I make a slow right hand turn -- well before going 10meters or so.
OK, I think you should try to align the wheels with something like Neuro suggested. Siriro has a very similar tool: http://www.siriro-shop.de/zubehoer-roll ... chtung.htm
Pat wrote:Actually seems that both skis want to go that way. I can skate, turn, stop, maneuver just fine. Double poling alone I have to keep the feet moving to correct. I wonder that knock kneed a bit, unequal leg lengths a bit, are enough to make any skis turn -- which describes me.
I believe you will notice a clear improvement in every roller skiing technique if you align the wheels, if poor alignment is what makes them turn to the right.
Pat wrote:I do like the Woodskis and think they are well made and fun to use. Look pretty cool too.
Yes, skis should be made of wood.