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Hoka One One Women's Conquest 2 Shoe

Hoka One One Women's Conquest 2 Shoe is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 78638.
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Product Description Item No.   10279080

FEATURES of the Hoka One One Women's Conquest 2 Shoe

  • Lycra comfort frame upper
  • TPU external heel counter provides support
  • Rmat provides maximum inherent stability and rebound
  • EVA Top-Layer provides signature Hoka One One cushioning
  • Rmat High-Rebound cushioning
  • 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: Womens
Footwear Closure: Lace-up
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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great shoe but....need ONE change I'm a runner and I have flat feet. The Hoka Conquests have been great on my feet. I can come out of a long run (10-21 miles) and my legs feel fine. They aren't tire, my arches don't ache and my ankles feel good. The ONE down side (and it's pretty big) is that the tongue is not padded and it is shorter than an average running shoe. What this means is it digs into the front of my ankle and causes blisters. I didn't have time to try another shoe before my marathon so I ran in the Conquests. legs and feet felt great except for the 2-3 big blisters that started on mile 6 so I had to run through the annoyance/pain. I will continue to use the Hoka's for long runs but I may try the Vanquish as it appears to be for stability and has a padded tongue. I suggest Hoka pad ALL the tongues of their shoes. How much weight could that add? Really! I would definitely recommend Hoka One Ones to a friend but not the Conquest.
Date published: 2015-09-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Fine for short walks Wow, this shoe caught my eye and Hoka was recommended to me by a trusted friend, so I bought it. On walks shorter than 1 mile it's great. Bouncy and I love the colors. Unfortunately after that 1-mile mark my ball of foot on the left side starts to go numb, and by the 2-mile mark my outer toes are going numb. This is just from *walking!* Went to my local running shoe store (and they are Hoka dealers) and got examined and so forth, and the opinion is that the Conquest 2 is not wide enough for me. I have now ordered the Constant and hope it will do the trick.
Date published: 2015-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Would buy again!! I was trying these as a long shot to try to keep running despite joint pain from being on Accutane. I was ready to give up until treatment was done. I am 3 runs in on these, a couple times on the treadmill and another time on the road. So far I am feeling much better after my runs and am even getting my faster pace back even with the joint issues. The cushion in these really seem to beat out my Kayanos. I am very encouraged I can keep running now and not be in horrible pain! They do take some getting used to, you have to lift your foot higher since the base is higher. The first mile on the treadmill I almost tripped a few times but once you get used to the shoe they are great.
Date published: 2016-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from a fantastic 2nd shoe Got these Conquest 2's a little over a week ago to rotate in with my Brooks Ravennas and Cascadias in my marathon training. Mill City Running shop guy brought these out after about 4 other models that didn't fit my feet as well, and he said he _really_ hoped these would work for me. They fit better than all the others, that day. So far I have done two 5'ers and a 10 mile run in them, all on road. My favorite part: I don't wake up in the middle of the night with a low back tightness and a need to curl up in a ball to relieve it, which often happens after runs in the other shoes. LOVE THESE.
Date published: 2015-05-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The truth about my Hoka One boots. I have used Hokas for running for over a year and love them. They are in my opinion the best running shoes for guys with sore knees on the market. I told my wife many times that if Hoka made a hiking boot I would buy it. I dreamed of Hoka hiking boots. A couple of weeks ago my wife showed me the new Hoka One hiker and I did not hesitate. I bought them immediately. Three days later we took them for a test hike on Mt. Baker. Eleven miles up the trail and I was still in love with the boots I had dreamed of. I was going to write Hoka a letter and suggest they put a complete Vibram sole on them so we can get a bit more technical with them. As soon as Hoka makes a summit boot, I will be the first to buy it. In the mean time, I will continue to love the ones I have.
Date published: 2015-08-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Blisters on 8 of my Toes! I loved these shoes at first. I needed a cushioned heel for my plantar fasciitis and these filled the bill. BUT over time and increasing my mileage has resulted in blisters on the bottom of my toes. The shoes are pretty painful to wear right now. And, I had to change into an old pair of sneakers in order to work out today. The shoe is narrow but my toes all fit flatly in the toe box when resting and for short, non-energetic walks. However, when walking fast on the treadmill or running on the elliptical, it is really painful.
Date published: 2015-08-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Toe box too narrow compared to Conquest 1 My first pair of Hokas were the Conquest 1 and I absolutely loved them, so when it was time for a new pair I eagerly bought the Conquest 2. Unfortunately, the toe box had been narrowed, making it tight and uncomfortable. I frequently get blisters on my toes now. I've read several reviews complaining of the same thing with the newest Cliftons. Other than that, I still really like my Hokas. I just REALLY wish they hadn't changed the fit in the toe box!
Date published: 2015-07-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome running shoe! I absolutely love this shoe! I run 4 miles every other day for enjoyment. I have really flat feet that are large (size 11) and wide. I also have a knee that I hurt some years back but these shoes pretty much eliminate any pain while running. I've struggled finding the perfect pair of running shoes for years now. I've tried all the stability running shoes with Asiscs, Brooks, Saucony, and Mizuno, and none compare to Hokas. I need a shoe that has great arch support, support for my knees, but also lightweight. This is the shoe for me! The only con about the shoe is the shoe laces. The material they're made out makes it so they don't stay tied very well so I just double tie them which fixes the problem.
Date published: 2016-10-26
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