Great fit but one ( well two small flaws) that a one day or one week testing would not bring out.
1. The first flaw most skiers discover after one day of spring skiing. The very small bead of silicone the robots place under upper flap is too small. Water gets into boot.
Two solutions. Get a very thin self adhesive white weather stripper. Glue under flap.( I took small tiny silicone bead off)
Get some duck tape. Cut it the width needed and tape to first lower cip, thus placing pressure on flap.
I wrote to Salomon in France in March on this problem and with a solution for the 2015 units. No response from them.
2. The second flaw is more serious and difficult to repair.
The heel and front soles plates that are screwed on are of poor plastic ( Imagine a $700 boot and poor plastic). In one season I have worn heel piece off. I asked Salomon rep on second month of use for replacement parts since I noticed unusual wear. I do ski everyday. Still no response. Salomon spends millions on marketing yet very little on after sales support. Skiers who do not change units after first season will have additional problem in regards to this heel units. The retaining screws will wear head off and now you can not unscrew heel inserts off. Must tear them off.
Salomon get ready for a great demand of sole plates in the coming 2015 season.
Salomon perhaps a "recall" or at least a warning to skiers that the worn heel unit may problems of "mating" with rear binding units.
If accidents happen in coming season be warning that problem has been identified last year on net.