I was watching my little kid ski in her Roces yesterday, and, probably since forward lean just came up on another thread, I was looking at her "adjustable size" Roces boots. As far as I can tell, there is zero forward lean, and neither is there any real flex range to them. The lower shell pretty much extends up through 75% of the cuff.
A 30 lb kid on an 80 cm ski is about as likely to flex the ski as grind a rail, but I bought these boots thinking she would ski with them for a few more years as they "grow". With a 110 - 120 ski, a 65 lb kid can actually get some flex with forward pressure.
Is sticking with these boots a bad idea as she starts progressing technically beyond "the wedge"?