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  • Atomic Atomic Hawx Prime 120 S GW Boot 22/23
  • Atomic Atomic Hawx Prime 120 S GW Boot 22/23

Atomic Hawx Prime 120 S GW Boot 22/23

$699.95
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For all-mountain skiing and all-day comfort, the Atomic Prime 120 S GW Ski Boots appeal to advanced and expert skiers alike.

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The Atomic Hawx Prime 120 S GW Boot is a great all-mountain boot for skiers looking for a high-performance boot that does not have the overwhelming stiffness of a 130-flex boot.  At a 120, flex this still gives you plenty of stiffness to power todays most progressive ski designs but won’t tax your shins and overpower you.  And with a 100-millimter last, this is the perfect width for medium volume feet that needs just a little extra room.  With a great snow feel and comfort to boot, it offers stability and lightweight thanks to Pro lite construction.   A Mimic Platinum liner can be molded to the precise shape of your foot, and Power Shift allows for fine tuning of forward lean and flex. Cantable GripWalk Grip Pads offer more traction for walking, while delivering the power transfer of a standard alpine sole. The Hawx Prime 120 would work great for expert skiers who are on the lighter side of the weight spectrum, or just for the skier who prefers something slightly softer in comparison to a 130-flex boot. For all-mountain skiing and all-day comfort, the Atomic Prime 120 S GW Ski Boots appeal to advanced and expert skiers alike.

Features:

Flex: 120

Last: 100 mm

Weight: 1.82 grams per boot

Memory Fit Pro lite Power Shift

Energy Backbone

Dual-Sided Cuff Alignment

Shell/Cuff: True Flex PU / PU

Liner: Mimic Platinum

50mm Powerstrap

6000-Series Aluminum Buckles

GripWalk Compatible

Ability Level: Advanced to Expert

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