Lightweight and cushioned, the men's HOKA Rincon 2 makes miles feel easier.
HOKA ONE ONE designed the Rincon 2 with an oversized foam midsole for an ultra soft feel. Designers carved the midsole into its early stage Meta-Rocker shape to give you a smooth transition and quicker acceleration.
HOKA’s signature compression molded EVA foam creates the cushy feel, but it also maintains the shoe’s feathery weight. Even with the big stack, the men’s HOKA Rincon 2 weighs 7.7 oz.
On top, HOKA used a light and airy mesh upper that accommodates a wide variety of foot shapes and a slim tongue for a streamlined feel. In the HOKA Rincon 2 review, Fleet Feet testers said the Rincon 2 lives up to the expectations set by the first edition.
HOKA Rincon 2
7.2 oz (W), 7.7 oz (M)
Stack height (heel/toe)
26/21 mm (W), 29/24mm (M)
4.5/5 on 4 total reviews
All around good shoe
The Rincon 2 is a super lightweight and very responsive shoe, for me it is a great speed trainer. Personally I don't wear them for anything over about a 10K because they have the cushion I need.
Hoka Rincon 2
Based on comparison with Hoka Rincon 1, the overall look and feel is generally the same. Rincon 1 toe box and overall fits wider, almost to the point of being too big. Based on that fit I purchased 1/2 size smaller with Rincon2. But the result was a much smaller and narrower fit. Could have gone with the size 9 and would have been perfect. Cushioning is excellent. Tongue could be slightly longer to keep from bunching at foot/ankle break. However, performance is pretty good and May get better as footbed settles n a bit more.
Rincon- Love These! Perfect for my walks <3
Perfect for walking around town for me. Style is important to me and these hit the nail on the head. Fleet feet ALWAYS has the Hokas I'm looking for. I need to head in for a quick 3D foot scan though
My RX for Plantar fasciitis
I have now owned 2 Rincon’s and two Rincon 2’s. I like the updated shoe more and they have healed my plantar fasciitis after 3 years of pain. The soles wear faster than any shoe I’ve owned prior, but still worth it to me.