Women's HOKA Shoes

HOKA shoes for women will help you go the extra mile.

Built with the biggest midsoles around, women’s HOKA shoes are easy on your feet and joints. The tall stack height of HOKA shoes gives you ample cushion for road running and protection against jagged rocks while trail running.

But they’re not just pumped full of foam: women’s HOKA ONE ONE shoes are also light enough for your fastest days. The women’s HOKA Rincon only weighs 6.3 oz, and the women’s HOKA Carbon X weighs 7.2 oz.

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About HOKA

The idea for HOKA’s maximalist running shoes started in the French Alps where the brand’s founders dreamed of premium cushioning and a ride that carried momentum. But one thing makes HOKA shoes stand out from (and above) other running shoes: the midsole.

The big midsole initially set HOKA shoes apart, but advancements in foam technology, stability and shape now make HOKA’s shoes ideal for any runner or walker.

HOKA Shoe Technology

HOKA ONE ONE's advanced technology coaxed pack-leading performance out of its women's running shoes.

  • Midsole. The most noticeable component of any HOKA shoe is the hefty serving of foam in the midsole. HOKA stuffs its shoes with foam for maximum shock absorption and silly levels of comfort. But the lightweight foam compound does all that without slowing the shoe down.
  • Shape. The big midsole isn’t just for comfort, though. HOKA carved a rocker shape into the foam to make the heel-to-toe transition quicker and smoother. Called the Meta-Rocker, HOKA can shift it forward or backward to enhance your efficiency any way you like.
  • Stability. For stability, HOKA uses two unobtrusive features: an Active Foot Frame and J-Frame. The Active Foot Frame cradles your feet in place like a bucket seat in a race car, dropping you deeper into the midsole so you always land in the right place. Beneath the footbed, a HOKA J-Frame employs a higher density foam to give medial support without the use of plastic or posts.