As someone who yearned for the TLT 5, but simply couldn't deal with the narrow shell (I would say I have normal to narrow width feet, too), I was very excited to get my feet into the TLT 6. I was able to delude myself that maybe these were wide enough on the carpet, but as soon as I hit the skin track -- ouch. As Lou Dawson over at WS has shown, these things are just as narrow as the TLT 5, but the saving grace is that the new liner has much more bulk that can be taken out during thermomolding. After some aggressive liner squashing, these fit like a dream.
- So damn light
- So much range of motion for touring, and they tour so smoothly...there is simply less resistance in tour mode than any boot I've ever toured in...the huge soft pivot zone in this liner is awesome
- Not a super stiff boot, but these are remarkably stiff for what they are
- Still too narrow for many (or a plus if you have narrow feet), but at least they have some width to gain with molding, and much easier to punch without the TLT5's bellows
- New liner is a huge improvement in warmth / fit, but still not the most robust liner out there
- Like many carbon boots, the flex feels pretty "on/off", not super progressive