Cons: not precise
The 110 rating felt more like a 120 and it certainly stiffens up in cold weather. But that's not suprising. A little difficult to put on and get off but it makes for a snug fit. It is a 98 and offered up no pressure points which is great on a new boot. I have about 10 ski days on it and still no problems in this category. For warmth I would rate it fair to average. After 3 serious runs at minus 23 C degrees I had to warm my toes. You can always use boot heaters or toe heaters to miniumize this problem. Coming off a race boot I did find this particular boot a little sloppy. I found myself having to lit the ski and reducing my foot to ski control. As I continued to ski the boot I did get to feel more comfortable and bring my timing back which is critical when skiing in the trees.I feel if they could of angled the boot buckle which is across the instep more to the back of the boot they would bring this up from a very good boot to an excellent boot.