Praxis Powderboards, 185cm with Salomon STH 12s. Reverse sidecut, reverse camber. You'll never sink or find anything quicker in the trees. These would easily provide enough float for a bigger guy, but they're super easy for me to ski at 140lbs and someone much smaller could also use them. The original camo, matte topsheet that doesn't chip much. I bought these earlier this year and used them about 8 times in deep powder only, so I didn't add any damage. The previous owner skied them for 50 half-days. There's an old core shot right underfoot that was fixed professionally and definitely doesn't affect anything. Otherwise, the bases and edges are very good. Some topsheet chipping, but nothing major. These things are indestructible, as are all Praxis. Mounted for STH 12 for both 295 and 327mm, so between those two mounts, they should fit pretty much BSL for Sollys without needing more holes. The STH 12s are also camo and have been used about 10 times. Nearly perfect shape and have brakes that easily fit the Praxis. Once again, I'd rather not sell these, but I just won't be able to take them to Europe next year.
$250 + ship
Finally, Garmont Shaman boots, 28.5 mondo, 327mm BSL. Used about 50 days by me and about 25 days previously. Never had any work done to them, so you can customize all you want. They're just too big for me. They only have the alpine DIN soles. Powerstrap has only been used the original 25 days since I used a Booster Strap. A bit scratched up and the soles certainly don't look new, but nothing really wrong with them. These are are very nice, stiff boots. They have the performance of any downhill boot, but since Garmont is used to making AT boots, I feel these are better than average at keeping your foot dry and warm.
$40 + ship