The great part of this shoe is that it has great overall arch support and cushioning. The other parts of the shoe that I will be discussing reflect what needs to be changed for the future for it to be a good shoe no matter what the situation.
After using these shoes several times I have noticed that the overall heel pocket needs to have more of a cup shape put into it, compared to what it currently has. With the shape it currently has it doesn't allow you to go on steep terrain without your heel lifting and potentially causing rubbing that would have you get blisters after wearing them a couple of hours.
Another thing about the heel area is the Achilles area that would protect your Achilles from moving around and getting stressed. There isn't enough protection in this pocket area to hold your Achilles in place.
The next part of the shoe that I would strongly recommend be changed is the out-sole, or would just recommend people get micro spikes whenever they are in a snowy/slippery area. These soles don't have a single ounce of grip and if you are even in a little bit of snow you will notice yourself hesitate and get into a more crouched position because of how uneasy you will feel. Don't even think about wearing them on the trail during winter unless you have micro spikes. You can cause yourself injury and cause uneasiness with others around you because of how you look wearing them.
Keep in mind that the sizing is a little weird. I am used to how Chaco's sizing is, so I went with my traditional size 9 and they fit fine. I couldn't go any lower or higher. With running shoes I will normally run with 10.5's with an extra 1/2 size for overall space to allow my forefoot to splay out.