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Its all about what boot that fits your boot properly. If you aren't comfortable then you wont have any fun at all. Boots now a days come in a variety of flexes and shapes and sizes. Go to a fitter and get one that fits your foot. As for a boot to handle all mountain to park to big mountain, some boots now have interchangeable flexes like full tilt and dalbello have interchangeable tongues to flex to the comfort and flex you need. Ill say it again just get a boot that is comfortable for you and fits your foot properly
Best boot is an opinion. Get something that matches your style or riding, level of riding, and something that you are gonna like(looks and color) and to not waste your green. Price is not always quality.
Unfortunately, this is bad advice. Your boot has no idea what style you've got or your level of riding- it only knows the shape of your foot, range of motion in your ankle, leg shape, and how much you weigh. These are the most important things to match your boot to.
You should really see a boot-fitter and try on boots with an open mind. Find the best match for you and it will rip GS turns, the park, the pow, and everything in between. If you start by asking for an all mountain boot or a park boot, you will most likely end up with foot pain or shin bang. Get what fits and you will have a comfortable boot that skis well all over the hill.