Jameswrote a review of La Sportiva Glacier WLF Mountaineering Boot - Men's on May 27, 2015
Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fit: Runs small
When I first had put them on, they made my feet ache. Then I noticed you had to adjust the tounge, which is attached by Velcro, that helped. BUT, then I was still having issues with them being uncomfortable, UNTIL I realized that you don't want to tighten the toes laces. I take up the slack, use the hooks to hold the slack, then CRAM down the ankle. They were WONDERFUL after that.
WILDLAND FIREFIGHTERS: if your going from your leather White's/Nick's to this boot, you're probably going to need thinner socks. I wear extra-thick Smartwools with my Nicks and medium hikers with these.
The tread on these is not as sticky as my traditional fireboots. But, they have great edging if you're on rock and need a foothold.
They feel like a ski boot, at first, just give them a chance, 2 weeks.
I am usually a 41 (US 8), but fit in the 41.5, but also have a very wide foot (EE) that is pancake thin (I probably needed the extra space). They also air out very nicely, no need for a boot drier.