Reviewed by Cowman from Yakama, WA on Sunday, November 8, 2009
Says right on the side of the shell it has a flex index of 130. This is soft race for comparison World Cup flex is 150+, intermedate flex 80 to 90, most expert flex 110 to 120. Has a 98mm forefoot width, which is on the narrow side. Should be sized down at least 1/2 to one full size for optimum pe...
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Reviewed by jg from CO on Wednesday, August 22, 2012
First off ... these are not really and AT boot. They were not designed to be. Look at the radium or similar if you want something for lots of touring. No walk mode, no tech fittings, and stiff alpine boot construction. They are an all mountain boot with a burlier sole and garmont comfort. They are big and stiff and made to rip inbounds with some hiking and slackcountry stuff. They are way more comfortable than most alpine boots though. Haven't skied them yet, but I plan to use them with some Fatypus and duke bindings.
Reviewed by A man who skis from Ogden, utah on Wednesday, July 25, 2012
I'm a Wasatch pro ski patroller and I swear by these boots! They are the highest performing "AT" boots I've ever owned. They are pretty heavy and there are few touring specific features on these but if you're going to ski the resort steeps and drive big skis like megawatts or S7s, these are warm and comfy from 1st chair to sweep. They are the best of both worlds if youre not going on epic tours but wanna go full tilt in the slack-country etc... True 130 flex index. They gave me a discount to write this-
Reviewed by Bullet from Durango,Co on Friday, March 4, 2011
Ok, so I only have one day in these boots, but; I sought out the steepest headwalls at D.M.R., skied in the trees, and skied some bumps. The boots feel snug out of the box; tight around the ankles. This wasn't a problem while skiing. They did what I bought them for which is quicker response and for muscling big skis. B.T.W. I'm using these with the alpine soles