Pros: Stiff for a touring boot, lightweight, sexy, durable, great for walking
They're for hard charging skiers who expect a lot from their boot. From landing jumps, ripping it in the alpine to hopping through the trees, they do it all, with a smile.
They're also great for the up because they're lightweight. They are good for someone with a narrow heel and narrow foot - yet leave lots of room in the toe box for wigging the cold toes.
Having a vibram sole makes them great for bootpacking.
They're stiff for a touring boot, yet soft compared to racing or high performance freeride boots. With 4-buckles they are an incredibly impressive and burly touring boot.