I'm a level 7 skier that likes to ski everything from groomers to bumps to trees (my favorite) to fresh when it's there. I've had Falcon 10s since the 07 season and they have about 80 days on them. My feet are a C-D width. While the Falcons have been an overall good fit and fun skiing boot, my feet are always numbingly cold if thje temp is below 25F. I suspect it is because of the tight fit. I just was fitted for and purchaced a pair of Technica Pheonix Air Shell 12. I like the comfort and ability to tighted the fit with the air. I also think the step down to a 90 flex from the Falcon's 110 will be welcome on everything but the groomers.
Is the air shell the real deal and do the new boots make sense for me given the info above?
Edited by Eric S - 12/28/11 at 6:03pm