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Hoka One One Men's Huaka Shoe

Hoka One One Men's Huaka Shoe is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 61.
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Product Description Item No.   10279083

FEATURES of the Hoka One One Men's Huaka Shoe

  • Ultra-Lightweight no sew speed frame construction
  • Hoka One One Race-Lace system
  • Full-Length RMAT midsole provides responsive resilience
  • 2mm Heel to toe offset
  • Full ground contact design
  • Strategic Hi-Abrasion rubber zones
  • Engineered midsole volume which is up to 2.5X the volume than standard running shoes, made with performance-specific cushioning material to absorb shocks and give you the stability you need
  • Meta-Rocker midsole geometry, specifically engineered with a low heel-toe differential and a sculpted outsole radius in the heel and toe, creates a unique fulcrum effect and encourages a guided foot gait cycle
  • Active Foot Frame midsole geometry allows the foot to sink deeply into the shoe’s midsole

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Gender: Mens
Footwear Closure: Lace-up
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Huaka I'm a big fan of the Clifton and Clifton 2. I run 70-80 miles during marathon training and tend to stay in long distance training throughout the year-3 marathons and 4-5 half marathons. I just ran 13 miles in it the other day. Its got a lower to ground feeling and is very cushioned. I'm flat foot so it gives some stability as well. It is responsive and has good energy return. I am going to use it for Philly Marathon hoping to set a PR with them. I might get another pair its too bad that I heard it is being discontinued. Hopefully Hoka replaces it with another shoe!! 11-22-15 Philly Marathon with my Huakas=Time to Fly! Happy Running! : )
Date published: 2015-11-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Love it...but Love this shoe, but with only 31 miles on it, the shoe is falling apart. The film overlays in the front are bubbling and peeling off. If they begin to tear, the shoe is going back to the store I really want to keep it, but the plastic support film is delaminating
Date published: 2014-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The curious converted! I'm 48, 5' 11" and about 190 (a good 20 lbs over my ideal running weight). I run about 25 to 35 km per week and mix in a lot of mountain biking, skiing and kiking depending on the season. Given that I'm not a distance runner, I never really considered Hoka. Add to that the funky look of this shoe line and there really wasn't much reason for a second look. A friend of mine then mentioned that he was running in them and liked them and that the company offered a 30 day guarantee trial period. So I checked out the shoes and did a bit of reading. Frankly I was a little surprised. I had been running primarily on very lightweight neutral shoes like the Asics Gel Lyte 33. Because of a lot of lingering joint problems/pain and the effects of age slowly wearing down my body, I had trained myself to run more as a mid-foot/forefoot striker and moved to a minimalist shoe. Seemed counterintuitive at first, but it really helped reduce the impact on my joints. Because of that I was really skeptical of the Hoka maximum padding concept, but my friend had mentioned that the biggest difference he felt with the change to Hokas was fresher legs and this was something that held great appeal to me as with every year my legs were turning slowly to cement on my runs! Specific to the shoe, I have been really pleasently surprised. They're literally within tenths of an ounce of my minimalist shoes and have a 2mm drop. So far so good. I was also really concerned that the thick cusioning was going to feel really odd and awkward. This has probably been the most significant surprise and benefit--while very heavily cushioned, the cushioning is actually quite firm and very stable. I was thinking these might feel like running on platform shoes or memory foam. Neither is the case. The cushioning is actually firm and responsive. And the run feels very much like what I am used to. There was no adjustment period whatsoever. It felt natural right out of the gate. Benefits: While I've only been running on these for about 3 weeks, I do have to admit, I'm a convert. You could look at these as shoes only for Ultra-marathoners, but that would be a mistake. Do I need all that cushioning? I don't know. But it sure feels good. It's not night and day from the minimalist shoes, but if I had to put a number to it, I would estimate that my legs feel 20% better. I'm not a 20-year old overnight, but I can really feel the difference. It's tangible. Long story short: If you're curious, give them a go. Running shoes are very personal. Maybe these work for you, maybe they don't. But don't skip over them because they look odd or you think they'll feel odd. They won't. It's worth a 30-day test drive!
Date published: 2014-09-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wow! Wow! This shoe is amazing. I own the bondi 3 and the Stinson Tarmac and I love them, but the huaka is an a different league. All the cushioning you expect from Hoka, but this shoe is super light and super comfortable. The toe box must have been make a little bigger in this model and it makes a huge difference in comfort. I ran 16 miles, right out of the box and they are now my favorite shoe by a huge margin.
Date published: 2014-08-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from great shoe, poor upper Great shoe, except the upper is separating after only 20 miles. Hoka, any help with this issue?
Date published: 2014-08-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from running in the Huaka I Love this shoe. best running shoe I've ever used in over 45 years of running. not a fast shoe for short sprint work, but Love a mile it's amazing. I Love the comfort so much I wear mine everywhere. cost a little more, but worth it. qyality is excellent. I am a High school head cross country coach and have been recommending this shoe to all my athletes. Yes, I Love the Huaka......
Date published: 2014-08-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fast Shoe! Took the Huaka out for a short run but liked them so much I just kept running. Although it doesn't have the same cushioning as my trusty Bondi, it's a fast shoe that really responds well to all types of terrain. The fabric is flexible and allows your toes to really spread out. Although I'm not sure it's going to be my go to shoe for 50milers, I expect to use these shoes a lot. Great job HOKA!
Date published: 2014-08-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not too shabby... I'm not sure that the shoe is to blame for this, but the insert in my right shoe has begun to slide backward towards my heel several miles into each run. It's a bit annoying as it feels like I'm toeing a ledge for the latter half of a run. Again, this could be something I'm doing involuntarily because it's my dominant foot, or it could be the shoe, who knows. Other than that, the shoe is comfortable, very lightweight and as minimal as a Hoka can be, if that's what you're looking for. I've only put about 50 miles on them so far, so I can't really speak to durability at this point.
Date published: 2015-10-01
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