Simply the warmest, most dextrous, comfortable winter boots for weight I've ever had. Stiff enough for ice, soft enough for long Scottish walk ins, precise enough for mixed and fit my feet really well. I'm not sure what they did between the red and the orange versions but the newer ones are substnatially more waterproof than the old.
I've taken them up to 6438m on a bitterly cold day with a neoprene gaiter on top in Bolivia and used them for climbing on their own to 5500m in Afghanistan.
Yesterday we were overstaffed at West Highland College so I was happy to take a half day in stores sorting and checking climbing kit and reviewing SOPs.
Aonach Mor and a Glenmore Lodge party came down from the CIC Hut wearing 'full metal jacket' (i.e. full foul weather gear, goggles, gloves and all) and bing tossed around by the winds. Glad I have a day off to sort as it looks like I'm on the hill for the next week!
Winter is a long way from over yet.