Originally Posted by SkiMerlin
I cannot comment on the Dynafits, but I like my Struktura's for general comfort, climbing etc. They are about as comfy as my bedroom slippers.
Which version of the Struktura are you commenting on? The three-buckle one-piece-tongue versions (i.e., EVO, or Lite w/ one-piece tongue inserted) are typical stiffness for an all-around-style AT boot, the hinged-tongue version (i.e., original, GTX, or Lite w/ hinged tongue inserted) have a great touring gait but are on the soft side for skiing. (By contrast, the two new four-buckle Lowa boot are about as stiff as any AT boots get.)
Anyway, back to the original post:
The TLT 700 was intended as Dynafit's all-around style AT boot, competing with then-rivals like the Scarpa Laser, Garmont G-Ride, and Struktura EVO. It's softer than its contemporaneous rivals, although still roughly in the same category.
Also, if the TLT 700 you're contemplating comes with a Thermoliner, than it's much lighter (and warmer) than the EVO. If not, then probably about the same weight.