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Shoe Review: Hoka One One Gaviota 2

Hoka One One launched the Gaviota as an answer to all the orthopedic designed stability shoes on the market. They wanted to bring patented Hoka cushioning and comfort along with lighter weights and enhanced performance. The launch of the Gaviota 2 is an effort to improve this even more with a whole new upper and more improvements to the midsole. The overall result is a pretty mixed bag, but we ...

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Shoe Review: Hoka One One Challenger ATR 5

Among the Hoka lineup, there are a few shoes that feel like they have been there forever most notably, the Clifton and it's trail counterpart the Challenger ATR. With the prior model, we really felt it deviated away from what made the Challenger platform great historically. It used to be more or less a clone of the Clifton just for the trail, but with the 4 it went in a ...

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Shoe Review: Hoka One One Speedgoat 3

In what became and unexpected successor in the Hoka One One trail running lineup, the Speedgoat 2 dethroned the Challenger ATR last year as clearly Hoka's best trail running shoe. This year brings us the new Speedgoat 3 was well as a new version of the Challenger ATR. Does it still hold the title is the question. They haven't changed a lot on the Speedgoat, but we'll confess before going ...

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Shoe Review: Hoka One One Torrent

Hoka One One is always iterating on their lineup, but the Torrent adds something even newer... a performance trail race shoe. The Torrent is one of their lightest trail shoes ever and is designed to be a balance of performance, protection, and cushioning. We set out to see if they truly nailed it and from what we can tell, it's a really solid platform albeit with a few quirks. Construction: Upper The ...

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Shoe Review: Hoka One One ORA Recovery Slide

In the new world of recovery shoes, one of the biggest names in running has come to the table with a super clever spin on your typical slide. It’s the Hoka One One ORA Recovery Slide. The ORA is crazy light coming in just over 6 ounces, but where it really strikes a tone is in it’s midsole design. It’s literally the same oversized mid and Meta-Rocker from shoes like the ...

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Hoka One One Challenger ATR 4 2

Shoe Review: Hoka One One Challenger ATR 4

One of our perennial favorites is back and has been updated, it’s the all new Challenger ATR 4 from Hoka. As always, everyone is always curious what changed and we’re here to put it through its paces. Can it really do battle with our newest trail loving Hoka, the Speedgoat 2? Construction: Upper The upper on the 4 has been redesigned and now uses a dual-layer mesh that should balance support, durability, ...

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Hoka One One Cavu 2

Shoe Review: Hoka One One Cavu

I am honestly always a little stoked when Hoka comes out with something new. While I love the original models from the Clifton to the Challenger to the Biondi, the diversity they are adding to their lineup with some of the newer shoes are honestly even more fun. This is never been more clear then with the new Cavu, bringing a lighter more breathable upper and a lower stack height, ...

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Shoe Review: Hoka One One Speedgoat 2

Before you read further I would invite you to take a step back and check out the review for the original Speedgoat... or better yet don’t and if you did read it, then just forget it. Why you might ask, well because Hoka took everything they tried with the original model and turned it on its head. In what we see as probably one of the best updates from Hoka ...

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Shoe Review: Hoka One One Clifton 4

Every year we look forward to this one, so when the Clifton 4s landed we were really excited to say the least. No other shoe Hoka One One offers draws more conversation as people debate the changes from version to version. It is their quintessential neutral road shoe and for some its everything you love about Hoka and for others just the opposite. The shift from the Clifton 1 to ...

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