104mm last: Comfort is key for skiers matching up to this last width. It is roomy and comfortable, making it the preferred choice for recreational skiers that demand comfort above all else. This is the boot type that most recreational skiers prefer.
55 Flex Rating: Translation: This boot is soft. It is best suited for beginners, lower intermediates, or skiers that just like soft boots. There's nothing wrong with that, unless the skier is skiing fast over variable terrain, in which case, they'd need a boot with more support from a stiffer flex rating.
PU Shell: Poly Urethane shell (plastic) that resists stretching and is durable for long life.
Tongue Pull: A loop of fabric at the top of the tongue helps in putting on and removing the boots. Pull it forward and to the side and your foot should slide right in.
25mm strap: Velcro strap at the top of the boot that acts as an extra buckle, but without the hassle of a buckle. The strap holds the top of the boot together to provide a more even pressure across the front of the boot when flexing it.
Replaceable Toe and Heel Pads: This is a must-have for skiers that don't live in ski in/ski out condos. When your ski tech tells you that you have to buy new boots because the soles are worn down too much, just laugh at him and tell him to order you a new set of sole plates.
Xfit Fusion Comfort Liner: A whole bunch of comfort features packed into one liner. This liner sports a faux fur liner (super soft), low density foam (forms to funky feet), and an extra wide cuff opening (easy to get on and off). This liner is meant for recreational skiers that aren't skiing too aggressively.