Atomic Hawx Prime XTD 130 CT Alpine Touring Boots

$849.95 USD $1,050.00
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  • Stiff and powerful 130 flex rating for the most aggressive and demanding skiers.
  • Atomic's Mimic Platinum liner is warm, light, and completely customizable, in-store.
  • Gripwalk soles and tech inserts toe and heel create nearly unlimited binding compatibility.
  • A mid-volume 100mm last fits medium to high-volume feet.
  • Description

    The Atomic Hawx Prime XTD CT GW Alpine Touring Boots were developed with Atomic's world class freeride athletes to offer unmatched downhill performance. Frictionless pivots and lightweight shell materials keep the boots light enough for larger uphill efforts, but the Hawx Prime 13o XTD is most at home charging downhill with speed and power.

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    Why We Like the Atomic Hawx Prime XTD 130 CT Alpine Touring Boots

    The Atomic Hawx Prime XTD 130 CT GW Alpine Touring Boots continue to bring high-end alpine style flex and steering to the world of ski touring. For the most downhill-oriented freeride athletes pushing big, heavy touring skis through steep, variable, consequential terrain, the Hawx Prime 130 XTD CT GW is a touring boot you can trust.

    If your day of ski touring requires maximum steering control, leverage, and precision, downhill performance and reliability begin to trump weight savings.  In the case of the Hawx Prime XTD, you can have your cake and eat it too. Tipping the scales at a respectably light 1840g (26.5), this ready-to-hike boot delivers the legendary feel, skiing power and all mountain capability of Hawx Prime with the touring ability of the Backland. A 100mm last width works best for medium to wide feet. The Mimic Platinum liner offers a high degree of customization, easily molding to the exact shape of your foot, with an Achilles Flex Zone for uphill mobility. Gripwalk soles and tech inserts in both the toe and the heel allow for maximum binding compatibility – along with Frictionless Pivot and Free/Lock 4.0 ski-to-walk mechanism for epic natural movement. Boot sizes 23.5 and lower come with a lower cuff design to accommodate shorter legs. Truly a one-boot quiver for high-output freeride ski tourers.

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 2 reviews
    Mike C.
    Atomic Hawk Prime XTD 130 Review - Great all around Backcountry and Resort boot

    I have only skied on them two days with only a half day tour, the rest in the resort. Overall, I like them alot. They are basically what I expected. Positives for the boot are they ski really well. They are stiff, responsive, and reliable. They are also pretty comfortable. I had a few hot spots here and there with them being brand new, but I didn't have to unbuckle them during my resort days. So, they weren't hurting, just a little tweak now and then laterally. Warmth was adequate but the temp was not very low, mid-20's. On the tour, easy transition - in and out of walk mode. Heel stayed in place on the up and down - no blisters so far. I think the main weakness is the range of motion seemed a little lower than my old Scott backcountry boots when extending forward on my glide. So, I think my stride may be a little shorter than maximum. Weight of the boot felt fine and don't think that it affected my speed or endurance on the up. Overall, with a very limited use so far, I am happy with the boot and believe it is a good boot for sidecountry and shorter backcountry days and is really great in bounds in the resort for a backcountry-capable boot. I would buy it again. Others that I considered were Lange XT3 and Scarpa Mastrale

    Chuck H.
    High Performance Daily Driver

    I use this boot for resort daily and really enjoy it. I can really drive it and I've seen significant performance improvement with this boot in all conditions. On resort I'm usually riding all mountain with park sprinkled in. I also use it for boot pack and easy touring, sledding, and bc kickers. I'm not sure of its durability quite yet though. On day 2 of using it one of the buckle guards snapped off while i was skiing and i didn't discover until the end of the run. Its a minor inconvenience, but something maybe to be wary of.