Just because you have a wide foot does not mean that you can ski in a super spongy soft boot. The Tecnica Phoenix 120 HVL is a great boot for the athletic intermediate to expert skier who has a really wide foot, and it can accommodate most leg shapes. The 120 flex and 106 mm last is a rarity in the ski boot world, it has the width that a big guy with a big foot needs, while still being able to give him the power and control that you need to drive your skis. The Ultra Fit HVL liner has the same wide footprint and is thermoformable by air at most ski shops to accelerate the braking in process. The F.I.T. System Tongue, with the Triple Position Cuff Catches can be easily manipulated to fit just about any leg shape out there, especially the large ones. A Neoprene Toe Box in the liner is made to fit snug at first and stretches with every use for added comfort, and a longer lasting fit. The Anti Vibration System has rubber dampeners inside the heel of the boot to reduce vibrations for hauling down any snow condition at fast speeds, and it has a Grip Sole so you will have better grip on snow, ice or rock while hiking. The Phoenix 120s Fur Lining, and Tongue handle pull straps make the boot easy to enter and exit. A 35 mm Powerstrap acts as a fifth buckle to keep your boots securely wrapped around your shin, and give you more leverage to drive your skis. The Tecnica Phoenix 120 HVL breaks the mold for boots that have a stiff flex without being narrow. If you have a hard time finding a boot that will fit you wide feet, and you need a stronger, stiffer flex, the Tecnica Phoenix 120 HVL is the boot for you.
A:Skis and bindings are based on your personal stats and skiing type, not the boots you order. If you need a boot that is stiffer such as the Tecnica Phoenix 120 HVL boots, I would recommend an advanced to expert level ski, although what type or specific model I could not tell you.