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Designed for for the expert skier looking for a boot suitable for Alpine skiing and cross-country skiing. Hawx XTD incarnate the fusion between the best of alpine skiing and cross-country skiing. These adaptable boots are equipped with an elevated flex.

Technical Information

Buckle adjustment

4 micro-metric aluminium hooks and 2 hooks for 3 different positions in the shins to adapt themselves to all calves. Strap for powerfully and easily tightening the top of the boot.


Tight boot. Preformed boot at ankle level.

What is flex?

To provide an indication of rigidity, brands assign a flex rating to every boot. This figure specifies the rigidity of the boot: the higher the figure, the stiffer the shell. A flex of 60 is designed for intermediate to experienced skiers. A flex level of 65 to 75 is intended for advanced skiers. Products with a higher flex are intended for experts. However, those with a bigger build can choose a higher level.

How do you try on ski boots?

Once your foot is in the boot, fasten the buckles to the midpoint. Can you go further? This means that the boot's size is not right for you. Once you've fastened the boots, you need to flex 3 times while pushing your shins forward (put your hands on your knees) to push your heel backwards inside the boot. Stand up straight: your foot should brush against the end of the shell. When you flex, your foot should move backwards so that you can no longer feel the end.

How to get ski boots on easily?

Pull the tongue forwards and towards the outside of the feet: this will open up the shell making it much easier to get the boot on.

Walk to Ride

Rubber sole walk to ride in a rocker shape for a more natural walk.


These advanced unlocking mechanisms are very useful, since they allow to pass to walk mode in a single motion. They offer an incredible range of motion and allow to choose an inclination angle to the front of 13°/15°/17° in ski mode.

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Composition / advice

Stock advice Dry your boots before storing them. Store them with the hooks closed in a ski boot bag in a warm room.
Restricted use : Do not dry on a radiator.

Our commitments

Guarantee : 2 Years

Product benefits

Rigidity The flex 100 offers a good compromise between power and comfort.
Warmth Thinsulate lining. It stays warm in a cold and humid environment.
Adjustable 4 micro-adjustable aluminium buckles.
Easy to move Free/Lock 2.0 (range 54°), frictionless pivot. WTR rubber sole.
Versatility Compatible mounting of alpine skiing WTR ET inserts low tech certified Dynafit.
Lightweight 1 586 g per boot in 26,5.

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