Atomic HAWX Ultra XTD 130

Atomic HAWX Ultra XTD 130
Brand: Atomic
Modelyear: 2018 - 2019
Flex: 130
Weight: 1420 gram
Sizes: 24,0 - 29,5
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What do you think about Atomic HAWX Ultra XTD 130?
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8 reviews
Kristoffer
Kristoffer (Guest)
01/03/2021
Strenghts:
ligghtweight

Weaknesses:
poor build quality, shafing , rivets get loose causing lot of play, inner sole inpinged by shoe, several mm.

Summary:
Ski boots purchased December 2017 @ CATTISPORT.COM, - received January 2018
Total days skied: ~ 30 of which only two randonee trips.
My weight is 74 kg and I’m turning 47 years this year (ie. not a powerful skieer)
Comparing the quality to my previus alpine boots, - Rossignol Race K, that have been skied for 17 years and ~350 days, the Rossignol boots are in far better shape.
For randonee, I’ve since 1998 used Scarpa T1 ( Telemark) they are also in far better shape (after ~300 days) than the Atomic Hawx boots.
Please see enclosed pdf document for pictures.

Model year: 2018
Steve
Steve (Guest)
22/02/2021
Strenghts:
Light weight, comfortable, fit, adjustable

Weaknesses:
Not exceptionally stiff

Summary:
The Best Boots I’ve Ever Worn.

Model year: 2020
August
August (Guest)
15/02/2021
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Weaknesses:
On the ascent, it is not as comfortable as my previous shoe. Shell could be more flexible.

Summary:
On the descent, the shoe is unbeatable. Adapts to the foot like a cast.

Model year: 2019
Mattias
Mattias (Guest)
05/01/2019
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Strenghts:
Very good gait and light boot

Weaknesses:
Far too weak, it works fine in unspoiled off-piste but when you enter an up-and-over piste it does not quite manage to drive the skis.

Summary:
Good boot for off-piste but doesn't work like an all-round boot

Model year: 2019
Aholmbc
Aholmbc (Guest)
28/12/2018
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Strenghts:
Tight anatomical shape
stable
Light
Good going

Weaknesses:
inside shoe
Difficult entry / exit
The extra hooks on the buckles that hook in when opening the boots completely

Summary:
Switch to these last year and drove in the original line first season. It is ok but with a little harder piste it is good with a little more substance in the liner. Has switched to an Intuition liner now and the boot is even better! In / out steps are still catastrophic but work if you lace the liner and then step into the shell.

Best allround shoe I've had! Works for everything:
Ski / Back country skiing / snowmobiling / driving ...

Model year: 2018
maxenbraxen
28/12/2018 (Modified: 10/01/2019)
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Strenghts:
Smooth shifting to the yaw position and the actual position is also good. Perfect combination of features if you want to be able to ride without compromising the least on the ride. Hard driving in a hard piste is also excellent. They fit my relatively narrow feet like a glove, which has improved my ride.

Weaknesses:
It makes a little pain to push your feet. I do not look forward to the day when I will put them on after they have been outdoors in -15 degrees.

Summary:
I am completely satisfied with these, but as always when it comes to ski boots, it is best to try your hand at finding a pair that fits your feet. The sole is WTR, which has just been abandoned in favor of Gripwalk. I do not know if this means any consequences, but it is worth mentioning.

Model year: 2018

tikanis
14/11/2018
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Strenghts:
Extraction properties, weight, gas state

Weaknesses:
ugly

Summary:
At last a witty edge jacket that did not make up for the slope.

Model year: 2017
Lars Johnsson
Lars Johnsson (Guest)
01/12/2017
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Strenghts:
Dive, comfortable and ridey.

Weaknesses:
None yet.

Summary:
Strong stiff and slippery pants. Very easy given how stiff it is.