The Nordica Cruise 110 is a great ski boot for intermediate to advanced skiers that have a wider foot, and want a boot that is both comfortable and performance oriented. With a 104mm last the Nordica Cruise 110 will fit those skiers with a wider high volume foot. Nordica also has an adjustable cuff profile, which allows you to adjust the forward lean of the boot to ensure a more neutral stance for any leg size. When adjusted for you it helps to decrease fatigue and increase performance. With a flex of 110, the boot is stiff enough for less aggressive skiers, or lighter advanced skiers looking to push themselves a bit more. The shell is a bit softer to conform to the foot a bit better and increase response. The performance liner is very comfortable, but it also has a lot of density to really conform to your foot. I’ve only skied this for a couple of days, so it’s hard to say how quickly it will pack out, but there is a lot of material here. Overall it has pretty good response, the fit accommodates large volume feet and bigger legs, but it doesn’t sacrifice performance. It’s “roomy” where it needs to be, but still conforming in all the areas needed for a high performance boot. It’s important to note that the Nordica Cruise 110 does have a relatively short cuff. Those with a longer calf (thicker up top) may find the Cruise to be a little loose, while those with a thicker and shorter calf should be okay. The trickiest part of fitting any boot is getting it to fit your foot and leg shape. If you find that the boot fits well for you, it may not fit well for someone else. That being said, the Nordica Cruise 110 is just a solid all mountain boot that will be great for intermediate to advanced riders.