Features

The HOKA ONE ONE Anacapa Mid GTX is not your average hiking boot.

The Anacapa Mid GTX boasts the same lightweight, cushioned HOKA feel you know, made trail-ready. A compression-molded EVA midsole foam provides top-of-the-line shock absorption and comfort over any terrain. The Vibram Megagrip outsole delivers the traction you need to explore fearlessly.

Trails can be unpredictable, but the Anacapa Mid GTX is prepared to handle tough conditions with a GORE-TEX upper that keeps you comfortable all day long. Nubuck leather accents are Leather Working Group Certified for durability and quality, and even feature PFC-free waterproofing that keeps the elements out.

Tech Specs

HOKA ONE ONE Anacapa Mid GTX

Weight

13.5 oz (W) 16 oz (M)

Drop

6 mm

Category

Neutral

Use

Hiking

Surface

Trails

What's New + -

Everything. The Anacapa is brand-new from the HOKA design pipeline, and is ready to make a statement. Classic HOKA geometry and cushioning meet the rugged durability of GORE-TEX and waterproofed leather to create a mid-height hiking boot that’s ready for anything.

Who It's Best For + -

Anyone and everyone. A thick stack of EVA midsole cushioning is both lightweight and supportive, making the Anacapa great for new hikers or seasoned outdoor enthusiasts. Neutral support and excellent shock absorption make for a smooth, comfortable ride over tough terrain.

Why You'll Love It + -

The Anacapa Mid GTX combines the best of HOKA design with the tough tech of GORE-TEX for a new take on the classic hiking boot. The lightweight foam creates a cushioned experience while waterproofing and a durable upper keeps you supported and locks debris out.

Reviews (1)

5 out of 5 stars.

5/5 on 1 total reviews

Colin Verified Buyer
5 out of 5 stars.
Solid Boots

I work at a tree nursery so I’m on my feet running around in dirt, water and mud all day. These boots are lightweight and comfortable, the gortex shell is completely waterproof, super easy to clean and the vibram sole provides great traction. I would say the mid length isn’t as supportive as a traditional hiking boot (leather) but a close second.

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