Atomic Hawx 80 Ski Boot (Women's)
The Atomic Hawx 80 Ski Boot for women has the same Hawx features that make the aggressive models so popular, but in a flex that's soft enough for intermediate women. You still get the warm asymmetrical liner that strategically positions padding to maximize turn potential and comfort. I-Flex Zones make it even better by allowing the Hawx 80 Boot to flex evenly and easily through your increasingly-powerful turns.
- Flex: 80
- Last: 100mm
- Skill Level: Intermediate to Advanced
- Liner: Asymmetrical Sport Liner
- Women-specific ski boot design fits better with women's legs
- Heat-moldable for the best fit
- Specialized I-Flex zones enhance lateral flex
- Durable Edge 7000 buckles
- Comfortable and warm Velvet Max lining
- Asymmetrical liner balances padding and response
- 3Â° outward shell rotation makes your stance more natural
- Dual component shell for natural flex
- 16Â° forward lean angle for good leverage over skis
Questions and Answers
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"How does this compare to the 2010/2011 Atomic Hawx 80 model?"
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Question by mango on 2/8/2012 - 10:08 pm
"These boots are from the 2011 Winter season. As far as technology goes, they are the same. Usually only the colors or minor cosmetic details are changed from year to year within the same model. "
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/9/2012 - 11:29 am
"I am an intermediate to slightly aggressive skier. These atomic haux 80's were recommended for me and they were pretty comfortable on my foot. I am wondering tho how the atomic hawx 90 would compare? Would they be more stiff? Is the fit comprable? Also, I would like to tackle blacks more so would the 90 give me an edge on responsiveness from my ski or is the difference on that from the 80 to 90 negligible? Thanks. "
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Question by Chrissy B on 10/31/2012 - 12:13 pm
"They fit of the boot is going to be the same. However, the 90's are going to be stiffer. The 90's would be more responsive when pushed so they'll allow you to make faster turns and have more control over your skis. I would recommend them if you are looking to take on black runs."
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/31/2012 - 2:49 pm
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