RAVAGEI know some of you will just say go get your foot fitted to see what boot works best for you. I want to know, for those who have full tilt boots, if the boots are as really good as people say they are(comfort,durability,performance).
First sentence here is unquestionably true, and it will have major consequences for 2 of the 3 questions you have.
In terms of comfort, performance, and durability, comfort is really dependent on fit because you can't be comfortable if your boot doesn't fit you properly. A company can put all the cushy/soft/fuzzy materials into the liner that they want, but if the boot is the wrong fit for your needs, then it won't be comfortable because you will have cramping, toe bang, shin bang, ankle rubbing, etc.
Performance is also, to some degree, linked to a good fit because if your boot is the wrong size or too wide for your foot it won't perform well. If the fit is sloppy then you will be missing a ton of control and therefore a lot of performance.
The only question that makes sense to ask is about durability. And on that note, I will say you do get what you pay for. More expensive boots not only have better components & features but they will use hardware that allows broken/damaged parts to easily be replaced. So, being the Tom Wallisch boot, which is higher end, you can expect the boots to fair better than average when it comes to durability & longevity, depending on the condition you received them in. Despite being used for "half a season" that could mean 50-60 days by some accounts and half-way beat to shit. As with all used gear, just make sure to give the boots a thorough check before paying for them.