Pros: wide last and wide sole shape overall, stiffer than average for 110 rating, excellent liners
I have very wide feet. Exceptionally wide feet, in fact. So much so that I have never owned a boot that did not require a fitter to punch/grind the shell to prevent moderate pain along the fifth metatarsal on both ends of the bone (pinky toe joint and the tuberosity). Even with adjustments, the end result of my previous boots ended up being something closer to what you'd call a race boot fit as opposed to a recreational fit. Not painful, but definitely not comfy either. In the past, small budget was the usual factor behind this. There were boots on the upper end of the price range that would have fit me better, still with some modifications, but I couldn't afford them at the time.
So! With that history in place I will say that these boots fit me well immediately out of the box and perfectly after I had worn in the liners a bit. No punching, no grinding, no removing small pieces of liner, none of it. This is likely due to the fact that this boot is generally wide along the entire foot, as opposed to just flared out at the last. I have tried other boots with 104mm lasts that pinched the 5th met tuberosity painfully. No pressure points in these.
Just a few extra general comments:
-stiffness rating feels consistent with 120-130ish boots I have worn in the past. So, I'd say if you're thinking maybe 110 might be softer than you'd like, try these on yourself and give them a flex before dismissing them based on that number.
-fit feels maybe half size larger than average. I bought them in a half size smaller than my usual.
-the faux leather on the cuffs of the liners and p.strap is really nice.