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Atomic Hawx Prime XTD 115 W GW (2021)
Atomic Hawx Prime XTD 115 W GW (2021)
Atomic Hawx Prime XTD 115 W GW (2021)
Atomic Hawx Prime XTD 115 W GW (2021)

Atomic Hawx Prime XTD 115 W GW (2021)

4x interest free payments of $349.98
Please contact us if your size is out of stock for an ETA


For women that like to go scale big mountains and ski even bigger lines, the Atomic Hawx Prime XTD 115 W GW will give you all the capability and all the confidence. The 100mm last will make those mid to higher volume feet much happier and a Memory Fit mouldable shell opens up endless fit possibilities. A 54º range of motion ensures the boot doesn't hold you back on the longest tours. The Free Lock 4.0 walk mechnism is simple and stays free of snow build up. It's also adjustable from 13º-17º enabling it to be tuned to your needs. At the heart of the design is Atomic's new Mimic Platinum W liner. This liner focuses it's efforts on the best heel hold possible while opening up in the forefoot area for all day comfort. When moulded, the liner softens and firms back up as it cools to take on the exact shape of your foot. Gripwalk soles top it all off, making those ridgeline hikes easier than ever.

Atomic stats: 

  • Fit: Medium
  • Flex:  115
  • 100mm Last 
  • Weight: 1650g (24.5cm) 
  • ROM: 54º

Gnomes Fit: 

  • Forefoot: Medium
  • Instep: Medium 
  • Heel: Narrow / Medium
  • Weight:  1580g (24.5cm)

Performance Level: 7 8 9 10 

Binding Compatibility: Gripwalk/WTR, Touring Tech/Pin

Customization Shell: Memory Fit
Soles: CT Gripwalk Pads
Shell: Polyurethane
Cuff: Polyamid
Liner: Mimic Platinum W Liner with Touring Flex Zone and Thinsulate
Buckles: 6000 Series Alu Buckle + Micro
Spoiler: Liner Spoiler
Powerstrap: 35mm Velcro Strap 
Forward Lean: 13º - 17º


Prolite is a way of building skis and boots that turns traditional thinking on its head. Instead of starting with a standard construction and cutting material away to save weight, Prolite does the opposite. It starts with the slimmest possible profile and then it builds up reinforcements in key areas where strength is needed – like the Energy Backbone down each boot spine and ski edge.

Free/Lock 4.0

These advanced Free/Lock mechanisms feature on all our touring boots, including Hawx Prime XTD and Backland Ultimate. The magic is you can flick from ski to walk mode with one simple switch. In walk mode they offer an epic cuff movement. In ski setting you can choose 13°/15°/17° adjustable forward lean.

Energy Backbone

The Energy Backbone is a reinforced, asymmetric backbone that provides extra strength for powerful skiing plus enhanced lateral energy transmission for better edge grip.

Frictionless Pivot

Igus polymer bushings provide a completely natural movement for effortless ascents.

Mimic Liner

The heel, ankle and tongue of the Mimic liner feature a layer of supportive, heat-moldable material. After being softened in the oven, this material mimics the precise shape of your foot, and hardens in that shape for a perfect custom fit.

Memory Fit

Atomic Memory Fit is one of the quickest heat-fitting technologies around. The key is Memolink, our special additive that improves the moldability and stretch characteristics of our plastics. Thanks to this, all three elements of the boot can adapt to the foot – shell, cuff and liner. 

Additional Features

Investment Cast Tech Inserts

Women's Specific Cuff

Adaptive Fit Cuff System

3° Shell Rotation 


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Ski Boot Buying Guide

Ski boot fitting is something we take very seriously at Gnomes. It requires a wealth of knowledge and years of experience to see you right. There are serveral factors to consider when fitting boots including but not limited to: foot shape, foot profile, size, ability, age, biomechanics, goals and previous issues. It is always recommended you visit us instore for a full custom ski boot fit.

Select your performance level Select your performance level


Below is our performance level guide.  Each ski boot we offer displays a performance indicator to help you select the correct boot.

  1. You have skied once or twice and enjoyed it so much you want to continue.

  2. You can master simple turns and stopping on the learner’s slopes, but still need more lessons to improve.

  3. Staring to link turns on the intermediate slopes and want to get to the next level as fast as possible.

  4. At the intermediate plateau, you are linking turns from top to bottom in good conditions, if snow conditions are not perfect you don’t feel as confident.

  5. You are linking turns confidently in most snow conditions on groomed runs, steeper terrain gives you some trouble, you mainly use medium speeds and medium radius turns.

  6. You can ski at variable speeds all over the mountain but deep snow, icy conditions, moguls and very steep slopes slow you down. You can use a variety of turn shapes.

  7. 80 % of the mountain is well within your grasp, with a great level of technique and style, you are thinking about spending more time off-trail.

  8. You are a confident skier in all conditions, you like to spend most of your time off trail at the club fields, or you love carving at high speeds on the steeper terrain on-trail.

  9. Expert skier in all conditions, you love the sport and ski hard and fast all the time.  You can attack all-terrain with aggression and top technique.

  10. Professional skier you don’t need us, you get paid to ski.


Foot Profile


Below is an example of our fit profile, every boot fits differently and every foot is a different shape. This guide helps determine which boot may suit your foot shape/profile. To guarantee the perfect fit please contact one of our technicians for advice.

  • Heel  Narrow, Medium, wide
  • Forefoot – Narrow, Medium, Wide
  • Instep – Low, Medium, High




All ski boots are measured in Mondo Point (centimetres). Locate your size in the chart below.  Note: Half (.5) centimetre sizes are the same fit as whole centimetres.  E.G. 27.5cm is the same as 27.0cm.



Custom boot fitting



Using the latest technology, we take a scan of the foot on a pressure mapping system showing us images that can’t be seen by the naked eye like weight distribution and anatomical structure of the feet. This can help us identify the areas you need support. Gnomes' experienced technicians evaluate your stance, posture and bio-mechanical makeup identifying your foot shape, flexibility, previous sporting injuries and any problem areas that may occur within a ski boot.


We mould the custom footbeds directly to the contours of the feet while you wait. The feet are the foundations of the entire body therefore we must support them correctly, otherwise major problems will occur. Pronation and supination are normal bio-mechanical motions that the foot must engage in to perform correctly. When either of these motions becomes excessive they can cause foot fatigue, knee, hip and back pain. Gnomes' custom footbeds will prevent this from happening.  All foot types including neutral feet benefit from custom footbeds by improving comfort, performance and weight distribution while aligning the lower leg to decrease fatigue, impact and shock.

Boot selection

At Gnomes we have a large range of ski boots to accommodate all foot types, and abilities.  After your foot analysis your technician will choose a selection of a maximum 3 ski boots that are correct for your foot shape, ability, fitness level and future goals. Together you and your technician will the find the best fit.  Once the final boot has been selected, you will add in your custom made footbeds and complete the following if needed:

Shell Modification

We may need to carry out some stretching to the plastic shell of the ski boot to accommodate the foot using our ski boot press. This is a simple process and makes for a fully custom shell offering maximum comfort.


Liners can be moulded and modified as needed in order to aid in initial comfort. There are also options for aftermarket liners that can have added benefits over the stock liners.


Once you have the correct ski boot for your foot shape, and custom footbeds supporting your foot in the correct way, we need to align the cuff for the correct weight distribution on your skis. Bearing in mind that some of the miss aliment happening in your lower leg can be caused from over-tight or unbalanced  muscles, your technician will work through a program that helps you to improve this. 


Additional Tips


  • Invest in a good quality, technical sock that wicks moisture away from the foot and offers padding where you need it the most. NO rugby socks!
  • Only ever wear one pair of socks at a time.
  • Do not tuck thermals into your ski boots or socks, this can cause pressure points.
  • Work into your budget a custom footbed. This makes or breaks the comfort of the ski boot. The foot must be supported.
  • Almost everyone will NOT find a ski boot comfortable straight off the shelf. Customisation will be needed!
  • Do not try on every ski boot in the shop as there are only one or two that will fit your foot type and it will confuse you in making a final decision.
  • Ski boots are snug and toes WILL touch the end when walking around in a ski shop. However this will change once in "ski postion" (knees bent).
  • Do not over tighten your buckles. If you feel the need to, the boot is too big or the fit is incorrect.
  • Store your ski boot done up when not in use.

Bookings and Questions
If you have any questions or problems regarding ski boots fitting, feel free to contact us expert advice.  Call us on 03 3188 433 or email us to make a booking for your 1-on-1 appointment with a technician.


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