Buy these ski boots in-store with a BAC Discount Card (£5 per year) for £279.00
For lighter skiers with medium-width feet – or those who have the chance to ski just a few times a year
The Atomic Hawx Prime 90 is the most forgiving ski boot in the Hawx Prime men’s lineup
Legendary Hawx Feel with flexibility levels anyone can control – and proof you don’t need the stiffest boot there is to steer your skis
But softer boots don’t mean simpler tech. Prolite, a revolutionary light construction with added reinforcements in key zones, means less weight on your feet
No matter whether you’re carving down the slopes or cramming into a lift line, the 3D Silver liner will keep you comfy
Skiing should make you feel good – and for that, your boots need to feel good, too
Colour: Black / Red / Silver
Weight: 1876g, 1 boot size 26x
Flex: 90, a medium flex for intermediate through advanced skiers that want a balance of comfort and power.
Last: 100mm, medium width
Shell and Cuff: Polyurethane
Liner: Memory Fit 3D Silver Liner with 3M™ Thinsulate™
Pre-shaped, thermoformable heel and ankle areas mean no pressure points and a great foot hold.
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
Size Adjuster, under-the-footbed adjusters that make the boot precisely half a size smaller
3D Ankle and Heel, a pre-formed, anatomical ankle and heel; heel area provides a precise and comfortable fit.
Forward Lean Angle – 15°
3° Shell Rotation
1mm Offset Shell, truer Stance
Flat Bottom Chassis
Riveted Micro Cuff Alignment
7000 Series Alu Buckles
40mm Velcro Strap
Sole Flex , special area provides a more natural bending line of the boot, promoting better balance, better feel underfoot, and greater control.
Atomic Hawx Prime Size Guide :
||Sole Length mm
||Last Width mm
|25.0 - 25.5
||6.0 - 6.5
| 26.0 - 26.5
|| 7.0 - 7.5
|27.0 - 27.5
||8.0 - 9.0
|28.0 - 28.5
|| 9.5 - 10.0
|29.0 - 29.5
||10.5 - 11.0
|30.0 - 31.5
||12.0 - 13.5
Have your feet measured by a Ski Boot Fitter at BAC
In general people should not select a boot with a last width that is narrower than their foot.
The closer the last width is to their measured foot width, the snugger and tighter the boot will feel (more performance but less comfort, less warmth).
This means that people who have a medium width foot can either ski in a 98mm lasted boot or a 100mm lasted boot depending on what their performance vs comfort expectations are.
In general, going too tight causes problems in regards to warmth and comfort.
Going too wide causes problems of lack of control and potential discomfort due to the foot moving around inside the boot.
Ultimately, length and width are only two components of how a boot should fit.
Other points to consider are for example instep height, heel hold, the fit around the calf, and general impressions of comfort and foot hold.