or, instead of us recommending you boots without ever seeing your foot shape, you could go get fitted by a professional and buy boots that actually fit your feet, keep you comfy and warm, and maximize your skiing performance. but if you really want to buy boots that don't fit and hurt your feet that make your skiing worse, be my guest.
not trying to be a douche, really, it's just that there are so many threads on here of people asking which boots to get without ever being fitted. i did this too, and it sucked, i was stuck in boots 2 sizes to big that were way to wide and they caused the worst foot and shin pain. so go to a fitter and find out which boots you should get. if you still have questions, such as they suggested two boots that fit well and you want to know opinions of others, MAYBE you then come here and make a thread comparing boots. but until then, please, go to a fitter and get the boots that your feet will love. your feet will thank you, and you will thank me, i hope. anyway good luck with the search, i hope you find the boots you like.
The only thing that's warm right now is my dong.
Well it's kinda sore, but it was sore before so it's not any worse.
-my friend after breaking his shin in half