Pros: nice buckles, warm, lots of toe room
Cons: ankle comfort
I've had these boots for about 4 seasons now, so I guess I've got either 2004 or 2005 models. It looks like they've gone through minor changes in that time, but essentially remain a good comfortable-right-out-of-the-box boot. I tweaked the ankle area several times a season to remove pressure around the inside ankle area. I do this by heating the boot with a hairdryer, lean forward to 'spread' the boot at the ankle, then let them cool. Seems to work for awhile. I've added a thicker sole insert to keep the fit as the liner has packed out; otherwise I'd run out of buckle since I have pretty skinny legs.