I read in another thread that Rossignol makes Roxy ski boots. I got a pair of Roxy Juicys as a gift along with skis and bindings-- a new set up.
I've used Tecnicas for most of my skiing, then Dalbellos, then Tecnicas again.
I can't remember what my first pair of Tecnicas were, but the Dalbellos were the Matrix Divas which I found for $5.00 so had to try them out. Shockingly, they were the best fitting boot I've ever used and I'm not sure why. I didn't modify them at all... just used them right out of the box.
I was sure they were going to be terrible as they didn't seem like they were a serious boot; they were pink on top of it all, but they fit my foot so well. My tecnicas are the Innotec tI-4s, which have served me fairly well, but my feet always cramp up in them. Outside of those pink Dalbellos, I have never had a good fitting boot.
I tested out the new set up, but didn't like the Roxys. My feet were "floating" in them, from front to back, and top to bottom. I kept gripping/curling my toes just to touch the foot bed at all. They are the same size as my Tecnicas, but they feel huge in the foot. I haven't tried modifying them, I don't think it's worth it being as they aren't a serious boot, unless you guys have some advise.
As far as I go... I'm an advanced skier (I raced for many years), but petit and light with a very narrow foot and high arch. I ski on Marker bindings and Volkl skis.
If you guys have some good guidance-- maybe a different direction in the boot department-- I'd really appreciate it!
p.s. I'm not married the Roxys by any means & I still have my Tecnicas... The Dalbellos are not with me any longer.