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Show your talons some love.

Customizable liners changed the ski-boot game about 10 years ago, but they're standard now, so Atomic is taking the customizable-fit concept to the logical next level: the shell and cuff. The Hawx 2.0 120 Men's Ski Boot uses the new Memory Fit technology, which gives you a custom-fit shell in minutes, relieving pressure points, decreasing slop, and increasing performance so you'll ski better and be more comfortable. Indeed, the name of the Hawx' game is customization: not only is the shell adjustable, but the Gold Liner is fully heat moldable, and the Power Shift technology lets you choose from three forward lean settings—13, 15, and 17 degrees—as well as change the flex rating by up to 10 points in either direction, making the Hawx ski more like a 110 or a 130. 

The brand-spanking-new Atomic Gold liner is also decked out with 3M Thinsulate insulation to keep your toes from turning to ice blocks, and it has a medium 100mm last to offer a fit that's high-performance without being painful. Atomic also hooked the Hawx up with Sole Flex technology—it's the only boot in Atomic's lineup to have it—which gives the boot a natural flex underfoot for better balance and snow feel in any terrain. A traditional four-buckle design and wide powerstrap let you crank the Hawx down as tight as you need to, and the 2K Grip Sole makes short work of icy parking lots and short in-bounds hikes.

  • Adjustable 120 flex (+/- 10 flex points)
  • 100mm last
  • Memory Fit heat-moldable shell
  • Power Shift forward-lean adjustment
  • Gold liner with Thinsulate insulation and Dynashape foam
  • Sole Flex technology
  • 45mm power strap
  • 2K Grip sole

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