Fresh tracks with a feminine touch.
Don't be left in-bounds when the boys head out to their favorite backcountry bowls. Step into the Atomic Women's Tracker 110 Ski Boot and break trail ahead of the best of them. The Power Control Release easily switches between touring and ski mode for the ascent while a female-specific liner and stiff flex allow you to crush the descent. Everything is better when you make your own tracks.
- With a mid-stiff 110 flex, this boot is built to perform for aggressive ladies in the backcountry
- 98mm last provides a snug fit on the forefoot for enhanced sensitivity and control
- The ASY Pro T2 Liner features anatomical design and is heat moldable for a high-performance custom fit
- Women-specific AFS features in the liner include an adjustable-fit cuff that can be lowered 10mm and a circumference that can be enlarged by 8mm
- Women-specific Clima Foam traps more air against the foot for a new level of ski-boot warmth
- The Live Fit zone placed on the lateral side of the boot prevents common hot spots while the medial side of the boot remains solid for maximum power transmission
- The Enduro Chassis combines race-proven technology with all-mountain traction for a boot that is truly built to perform off-piste
- Stylish carabiner buckles and a power strap keep the Tracker snugly strapped to your feet
- The Power Control Release allows easy switching between ski and touring modes for swift ascents and jaw-dropping descents
- Skywalk rubber sole provides excellent traction on rock, ice, and snow
- RECCO equipped to aid in emergency location
Share your thoughts
Great boot for touring
There are two things I enjoy most about this boot: walk mode and the rubber sole.
The touring mode on the Tracker is great because it doesn't compromise the downhill performance. I was just heli-skiing in Alaska (no need for walk mode) and still brought these boots because they perform so well on the descent. You don't know you're in a touring boot until you have to use the walk mode. And the walk mode easily goes back into ski mode, something uncommon in a lot of boots on the market in this arena.
Also, if you're touring, you're probably going to be walking/climbing on mixed terrain to get to your objective. It's so nice to have a sole that provides a sturdy foot for walking on wet rock and ice.
I don't have problems on the outside of my foot with any ski boot, but I am sure for women who have hotspots there, that the Live Fit allows you to jump in the boots for long days and not have any problems.