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Atomic Hawx Prime XTD 130 Tech Alpine Touring Boot


Hawx Prime XTD 130 Alpine Touring Boot

The Hawx Prime Xtd 130 Alpine Touring Boot is Atomic's premier boot built with both touring and alpine skiing in mind. Its 130 flex offers one of the stiffest designs that's ideal for advanced or heavier skiers, and the 100mm last is neither the narrowest nor the widest Hawx Boot, meaning it should fit most feet comfortably. The Free/Lock 2.0 latch attaches so securely that the boot feels truly made for downhill riding at the resort, and unlatched it provides an outstanding range of motions for easy touring through the backcountry. Atomic made the boot out of Prolite polyamide for a lower weight, and an Energy Backbone in the back boasts a true flex all around the boot. The shell and liner are heat- and thermo-moldable to feel like the boot was built for your foot.

  • Atomic's premier ski boot built for backcountry and resort riding
  • 130 flex is the stiffest Hawx Prime XTD from Atomic
  • Comfortable 100mm last includes heat-moldable
  • Prolite shell keeps the boot at a touring-friendly weight
  • Free/Lock 2.0 walk mode initiates a 54-degree range of motion
  • GripWalk rubber sole compatible with tech and AT bindings
  • Item #ATOK19E

Shell Material
Last Width
Buckle Material
600-series aluminum
Lean Angle
13°, 15°, 17°
Walk Mode
Free/Lock 4.0 (54° range of motion)
Thermo-moldable Liner
Mimic Platinum with Touring Flex Zone
Liner Closure
cam strap (50mm)
Binding Compatibility
tech, GripWalk
Claimed Weight
3lb 7oz
Recommended Use
alpine touring
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Tech Specs

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>Rating: 5

Excellent touring boot

I've used it several times
Runs small
Size Bought
5` 11"
168 lbs

Solid alpine boot and performs well in lock mode and in walk mode is a good option for touring. Lightweight and very comfortable boots. The grip walk is excellent and comfortable liner. The only issues to be aware of from my experience is that in the proper size and fit they are very difficult to get on (and even off). Also the mechanism to put into walk mode is difficult to use after an alpine run-with any snow build up it kind of freezes. Not a huge deal but a bit of a pain.