Atomic Hawx ultra XTD 90W ladies alpine touring boots, this is arguably the best fitting boot on the market for an Alpine touring boot thanks to the heat moldable shell, we heat the boot shell in the Atomic oven and the user puts the boot on while hot and the shell will mould to the shape of that persons foot, combine this with the heat moldable liner and you should have the closest fitting boot available.
Special online only price of $495
Hawx Ultra XTD 90W is a new touring/alpine boot from Atomic that does not sacrifice downhill performance for uphill performance.
The boot comes in at a narrow 98mm last, the Hawx Ultra line of boots feature Atomics ‘Memory Fit’ plastic which allows complete customisation of the shell to accommodate a variety of foot shapes, sizes and widths. Dynafit Certified Tech Inserts, a lightweight boot weight of 1460g and the frictionless Pivot walk mode that allows for 54° range of motion for touring will make ascents quick and easy, these features don’t weaken the downhill performance though – a Grilamid lower shell and reinforced energy backbone stiffens the boot torsionally so energy transfer into your skis will be efficient and precise.
Stated Last Width: 98 mm – 104 mm (can expand ~6 mm in the forefoot)
Size Tested: 26.5 / 302 mm Boot Sole Length
Stated Range of Motion: 54º
Stated Weight (26.5): 1470 g
- Shells & Boot Boards, no Liners: 1157 & 1161 g
- Liners (no spoilers, no footbeds): 419 & 417 g
- Total Weight per Boot: 1576 & 1578 g
Tech Inserts: Dynafit-Certified
Liner: Hand-Washable Memory Fit 3D Liner
- Cuff: PU
- Shoe / Clog: Grilamid
Sole: Rockered, Rubber, non-replaceable Walk-to-Ride Sole
- All pin-style / “tech” bindings (e.g., Dynafit, Marker Kingpin, etc.)
- All WTR (Walk-to-Ride) bindings
- Any binding that accepts an ISO 9523 sole (Salomon Warden; Marker Duke/Griffon ID, etc)
Atomic Hawx ultra XTD 90W