I have a pair of these. I'd agree that these are best used for short / easy walk-ins. As the review says, the best thing about them is that they are lightweight to take up multipitch routes.
For longer walk ins or a bit of scrambling I didn't find them stiff or comfy enough and recently decided to replace them (with a pair of Scarpa Crux).
I also found they do not give me confidence on the terrain I often encounter - shiny / soggy limestone in the South West. They seem to slip around loads on this, whereas the Scarpas I now have are far better.
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