This is what I do. Ride, all day everyday, nonstop. I love to teach, but I love to learn too. My life goal is to find a friend who wants to ride as hard as i do so I don't have to ride with the boys all the time (who also tend to be way too lame too)
These boots are very much made for certain feet. While Saloman used to do a great job of making rad boots for girls with really narrow feet, they changed their shape to accomodate for girls with wider feet/more comfy out-of-the-box fit. if you are looking into trying snowboarding, have wider feet, or just want your stuff to match, these boots may be great. but otherwise, if you have narrow feet...stay away!
I've been riding this boot for a long time and I honestly don't think I'll want to ever ride another one. I've ridden these boots (two pairs over three seasons) A LOT and while they take a while to break in, they are totally worth it. If you are looking for a stiffer boot that is going to stabilize you at high speed/high edge angle this is a great boot for you. 32 does a great job of understanding a ladies foot, and the boot fit more dialed in than any other company. They get that while not everyone's foot is the same shape, all ladies feet get really narrow into the heel, so they accommodate...and for every other weird thing about your feet- you can heat mold them! So perfect.
Find a shop that carries celsius and try some on, that is the best way to know if they are going to be good for you. OR, being as awesome as this site is...order a pair, try them on, if they rock, keep them, if they don't send them back. Easy.