WhiskeyTangoI own the Quest Pro 90s. I usually ski big mountain and steeper terrain, and I like to ski aggressively fast.
BmillerzThanks for the advice, they sound like a good boot as I mostly ride big mountain.
You guys are ripping big mountain lines in 90 flex boots, eh? ;)
All jokes aside, do not buy a boot based on what someone else uses. Buy the boot that is right for you. That means the boot should match your footshape, be the right flex for your needs (height, weight, strength, personal preference), and have the right features you want (walk mode, replaceable soles, etc. etc). Go to a reputable boot-fitter and have him assess your foot, ankle, and other biomechanic factors and let him select the best boot for you. Also be sure to get footbeds, as they keep your foot in the proper position while skiing, which is needed for being comfortable. DO NOT have a certain brand or type of boot in your mind when you walk into the store- this will most likely lead to you buying the wrong boot.
1. go to boot-fitter
2. listen to boot-fitter
3. buy what boot-fitter recommends
4. also buy footbeds (not getting footbeds will be a waste of a ski boot purchase)
5. go have fun