tomPietrowskiThey will work ok. Your biggest issue is binding as you don't have much choice and nothing with a higher din. If your good with 13 din bindings get some wardens an you will be good to go. The boots themselves will work ok. They won't be as laterally stiff as a freeride boot like a waymaker for example but they will be fine especially if your not on wide skis. You may find you eventually want a differnt boot but if they fit you well and the flex is working stick with them.
a_shaky_gifi forgot to mention, i bought the regular alpine soles and then swapped with the rockered touring soles. so i basically have the boot with the tech inserts, but it can fit into normal bindings now that i swapped the soles. im not too interested in a high flex, as i am only 16 and will be jibbing all most all the time, so something about medium flex. and what makes them not have as much control on wider skis? but ya basically they were the best fit and the flex is exactly what i want.
rozboonThe big thing to consider is that most alpine boots have a smooth flat section that interfaces with the toepiece AFD to allow a smooth lateral release.
AT boots usually have grippy soles for hiking in this area, so they won't release quite the same as an alpine boot.
tomPietrowskiSo long as you have the alpine soles they should be good. Generally a touring boot won't need to be as laterally strong as te are not designed with hard riding in mind. They are made more to be light and have a good range of motion. So boots like a dynafit tlt6 for example coul not drive a wider skier as well as an alpine boot. But if your younger and not too heavy I daubt you will have many issues. It's a soft flex boot anyway so your not going to be drivin them super hard so I would think for what your doing tey should work out well.