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Disclaimer: Always get fitted for boots and get a boot that fits well.
I switched over from FT Wallisch's which were stupid soft. I wanted a boot that I could actually ski and not overpower. It took about an hour to get used to them, the first run was horrendous, just as my first run in my FT's was.
I like a stiffer boot because I can drive the skis much better. It is all personal preference.
The liner is very nice. The boot has excellent ankle hold, not quite as narrow in the heel as some Salomon / Scott boots.
I took out the standard footbed and put in a semi custom BootDoc footbed which is excellent.
My only concern with the boot is the size. I like a really tight boot, and I think I could have personally downsized to a 26.5. The liner has packed out a decent amount, and if I wear an ultra light Smartwool sock the fit is sloppy.
Overall I am very happy with the boots. I love the fully replaceable rubber soles. The livefit soft section of the boot is pretty cool; I do not have issues with my feet getting wider so this does not effect me a ton. If you are looking for a stiffer boot and have a medium / wide foot, give this boot a try.
If you have a medium width type of foot, want a high performance boot to ski park but also all-around the mountain, and a really comfy boot also, the Overload 120 is definitely a good choice. You've got some great adjustments - two big buckles and a big strap, you can change the flex from stiff (120) to soft (100-110 I think), you can put a more forward or more upright positionning also- so you can really personnalize your fit. I ride them with the soft flex and the upright mode (which is still pretty forward if you ask me) and it's definitely great for park, and if it's rightly fitted, you won't have any toe bangs and small to none shin bangs