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MJBJUNK wrote an answer about on November 14, 2008

The footbeds that come with ski boots are flimsy and cheap. You should get a superfeet bed or semi-custom insert that fit your foot.Other things to note:At a 110 stiffness and 98 width, these boots are pretty low-volume and stiff which make for better turns, but less comfort, not neccessarily what most intermediates are looking for. I know backcountry has more comfy boots, but it really depends what you mean by "intermediate" skier. If the numbers I threw out mean nothing to you, you may want to go to a shop and talk to them first.Also, you should note that (at least for men) I have found lange boots really narrow.Best bet is to go to a quality bootfitter and find out what brands suit your foot shape best. Unless you know how each brand fits and what size shell you need buying online can be a shot in the dark, and returning stuff expensive.With that said I took a shot with these for my gf bc I couldn't get her to sit down with my bootfitter and I know she has narrow feet.