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Hawx Prime XTD 130 GW Boot - 2024

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $719.96 Original price: $899.95
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Why We Like The Atomic Hawx Prime XTD 130 GW Boot

When we are white-knuckling our poles staring down a daunting backcountry powder line, we are happy to have the Atomic Hawx Prime XTD 130 GW Boot on our feet. These boots offer an alpine feel by combining a 130 flex, 100mm last, and 2-piece design to give us full confidence on the downhill. Meanwhile, the Free/Lock walk mode lever lets us walk comfortably deep into the backcountry to dream lines.


  • Backcountry ski boots designed to ski big backcountry lines
  • True Flex polyurethane construction creates rigidity
  • 100mm last balances uphill comfort and downhill performance
  • 130 flex rivals the stiffness of powerful alpine boots
  • 4-buckle, 2-piece design locks in a powerful and reliable fit
  • Platinum liner molds to your foot with heat for a perfect feel
  • Quick-release cam strap keeps your shin where you want it
  • GripWalk outsole with tech fittings offers versatile use
  • Item #ATOK1S0
Shell Material
polyurethane, True Flex polyurethane
Last Width
Buckle Material
7000 series aluminum tour
Lean Angle
13Ë, 15Ë, 17Ë
Walk Mode
Free/Lock 4.5 (54°)
3D Platinum Tour Liner
Thermo-moldable Liner
Liner Closure
quick release cam strap
Binding Compatibility
GripWalk (ISO 23223)
Claimed Weight
(single)[26.5] 4lb 3oz (1890g)
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 2 years
backcountry skiing

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

May 10, 2024

Light and powerful

They worked well in many different snow conditions


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