I bought these last winter for climbing waterfall ice in Alaska. They worked great in March when I received them; however, they are too cold for me in the Alaska range. Probably best suited for lower 48 ice climbing, or someone with less sensitive feet. After a few climbs in December and January, I upgraded to some double boots and I am much happier.
These have probably 10 pitches of ice on them, which is why I marked them as new condition. Great boot, super comfy and agile for the ice! Just wish they were warmer or I lived somewhere that isn't consistently -40.