Atomic Hawx Magna 100 ski boots


Atomic Hawx Magna 100 ski boots



Atomic Hawx Magna 100

Atomic Hawx Magna 100 is one of our wide-fit Hawx Magna ski boot series.

This series means you can get the legendary Hawx feel and features in a boot with a 102mm fit. It’s the lightest boot in its class and packed with features purpose-built for wider feet like the easy step-in zone and a wide tongue.

It also has a medium flex for intermediate skiers. And the Silver liner features 3M™ Thinsulate™ Insulation to keep your feet warm and responsive even in extremely cold and damp conditions.

A great wide-fit boot


  • Power Shift
    • Forward lean can be quickly adjusted to 13 degree, 15 degree, or 17 degree. As well as adjusting the flex index +/- 10 flex points. All for a completely personalised setup.


  • Fit
    • wide
  • Flex
    • medium



2110 g / 26.5

Product Details


Last: 102 mm – Extra space at the forefront and instep, plus a wide tongue and fluted calf.

Easy Step In


Flex: 100 – A perfect flex for the intermediate skier with high-end progression on the mind, or the advanced skier who does not need a super stiff boot.


Silver Liner – A super comfortable liner with Dynashape foam around the ankle area.

3M™ Thinsulate™ Insulation – The use of very thin insulating fibers allows Thinsulate™ to trap more warm air with a thinner layer, even in extremely cold conditions.

Shell Materials

Shell – Polyurethane

Cuff – Polyurethane


1 mm Offset Shell – Truer Stance

3˚ Shell Rotation

Flat Bottom Chassis


6000-Series Aluminum Buckles

Power Strap

40 mm Velcro Strap


  • Flex Index: 100
  • Warranty: 2 Years
  • Boot Sole Type: Alpine DIN (ISO 5355)
  • Liner Type: heat moldable
  • Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
  • Ski Boot Flex: Medium
  • Forefoot Width: 102 mm
  • Number of Buckles: 4
Size 25.5 26.5 27.5 28.5 29.5 30.5 31.5
Indiv. Boot Weight (g) 1985

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