Reviewed by hizpiz from Alaska on Friday, March 22, 2013
These are not the lightest of AT boot options, but they fit and ski great. They seem a little more roomy in the toe box area than other dynafit boots I tried. I don't have wide feet, but they are not narrow either.
I'm a very recent convert from a tele set up, which, up until now has remained my preference for a few reasons, including foot comfort. Previous attempts at diving into an alpine/AT set up have left my feet feeling blistered and abused. These boots have done neither! My feet are warm, comfortable, and blister free after days of touring as well as a few days of lift skiing.
Reviewed by Outdoor Fan from Santa Fe, NM on Tuesday, October 16, 2012
I wanted to buy these since they are the lightest boot on the market; however, I could not get the sizing to work out. The design is very narrow especially in the toe area. I went up a full size and they were still too small. Also, I found the top buckles hard to manage. At the end of the day, I had to return simply because I have a wide foot and don't think they would ever be comfortable.