Fleet Feet runners love HOKA running shoes. From the pillowy HOKA Bondi 6 to the speedy HOKA Carbon X, we test and review many models to let you know what to expect:
- HOKA Bondi 6 review. The most cushioned road running shoe in HOKA’s lineup, Fleet Feet testers love the ridiculous amount of foam underfoot and its unbelievably light ride.
- HOKA Carbon X review. A carbon-fiber plate and responsive new foam target PRs. Testers say the Carbon X delivers a smooth transition and light feel thanks to its single-layer mesh upper.
- HOKA Clifton 6 review. The classic Clifton is lighter and faster than ever, clocking a skimpy 9 ounces for the men's size 9 and just 7.4 ounces for a women's size 7. Even with its feathery weight, though, it packs an incredible amount of soft foam for a luxurious feel.
- HOKA Rincon review. Streamlined and incredibly light, but the Rincon doesn’t sacrifice on cushion, either. Testers praised the Rincon's minimal look and feel with its up-tempo ride.
- HOKA Speedgoat 4 review. HOKA cushion with added grip for off road, the Speedgoat 4 is a burly trail runner with a nimble step. Vibram MegaGrip rubber delivers a sticky feel, and deep lugs gave testers confident footing on the messiest trails.
- HOKA Mach 3 review. A bouncy Profly midsole makes for soft landings and snappy take-offs, a feature noticed by testers. It doesn't hurt that the Mach 3 looks as good as it feels.