Pros: Easy to put on, Intuition liners, comfortable, warm, light
Cons: poor cuff alignment, shell sizing
Bought these on sale for easy bunny slope skiing with our little kids and occasional moderate speed skiing. The goal being not having to muscle on my racing boots when not skiing so fast.
They seemed to fit well my D width feet and were very easy to put on and take off and they are really comfortable and warm etc.
As an owner of bowed legs I found out that the cuff angle adjustment range is very limited and it does not lock up to keep adjustments in place. Single side adjustments go from maybe mildly knock kneed to neutral. Cuffs didn't adjust enough for my bowed legs and they were hindering edging and especially steering of skis in carving turns were suffering form that.
Shell sizes go up in 1,5cm steps that is typical for cheap beginner to intermediate ski boots.
As limitations in angulation were too big a compromise even for skiing with our kids, I got rid of these and was considering Dalbello Kryptons that have a very similar fit. But I found last generation (-93) Raichle Flexon comp SLs in mint condition that have a very similar wide fit. Full Tilt should consider producing these with varying flex options for people with wide feet instead of influence fit boots that are inferior compared to Full Tilts with classic fit.
If you've got wide feet, go for Dalbello Kryptons.