First of all, I do not ski in the terrain parks. But my question is in regards to a boot designed for them. Currently, I own a pair of Atomic Live Fit 90's. I've been pretty happy with them and really love how they fit my foot, but I think I could use something with a bit more stiffness. I think a bit more stiffness will help give more immediate edge pressure. So, I figured the Live Fit 100 would be a good boot to find, only to discover they are nearly impossible to find. I'm guessing the Live Fit 130 will be too stiff.
After calling one of my local ski shops, they said no Live Fit 100's, but they did have a pair of Atomic Overload 100. She said they are similar (the Overload's also have the same rubber sides for wider feet), but they are geared for terrain park skiing. Any thoughts on using this Overload boot for "regular skiing?" Maybe there is an Atomic employee reading these forums
Here is the Overload boot:
Here is the Live Fit 100:
My guess is this is not going to be a good choice for non-park skiing. Plus, I'm curious how big of a difference the 90 to the 100 flex.