Men's | HOKA ONE ONE Arahi 4 Reviews
4.7/5 on 29 total reviews
The store on Madison west
The store on Madison west side did not have the size I needed but they were very helpful in helping me with my fit and helping me order them on line. My wife Joyce and I have been in the Madison store several times and they have always been very helpful!
Hoka Arahi 4
Hoka Arahi 4
Hola One One Arahi 4
Great shoe. Quick delivery.
They seem to be fraying on the inside. I usually get Cliftons.. This my first Marahi. Not pleased
Great fitting shoes
Uncomfortable shoes but expensive
Whenever I wear these pair of shoes, my feet hurts. I wear my old shoes which are so comfortable. I wasted money on these shoes.
After numerous attempts of ordering running shoes for my sons birthday from other stores. Their websites would show in stock & I would purchase & the next day they would cancel my order, I found Fleet Feet. They had all popular brands, were very helpful in helping me select, quick & free shipping. Also informed me if my son didn't like what I bought he could return & they would help fit him to his liking. Highly recommend & will purchase from them again.
Too loose in the heel
Background: I have run in the Arahi four times for a total mileage of 24.37 miles. I am a mid-foot to fore-foot striker and I overpronate. Positives: -The J-frame is nice, the firmer EVA keeps my feet from overpronating and my hips feeling good -It has a low heel-to-toe drop of only 5mm--I'm a mid-foot to fore-foot striker so this is very important to me. There are a lot of running stability shoes out there, but there aren't a lot of running stability shoes with a small offset. A giant heel changes my running style and takes my calf muscles out of the equation to my detriment. I'm thankful that Hoka has a small heel-to-toe drop -It's lightweight Negatives: -It is hard to determine which size shoe is right for you. I ended up choosing the 10.5 when I normally run in a size 11 because the heel on my right foot was extremely loose, and felt like it would come out of the shoe in the 11s. Even on the 10.5, the heel is too wide, and doesn't grab my foot. This is a major disappointment. Fit is important. I used to run in a size 11 in the Arahi 2, which I loved, but the size 11 in the Arahi 4 is too wide in the heel and mid-foot; the shoe just doesn't seem to grab my foot. While I have run 24 miles in the Arahi 4s, I am still not confident that I picked the right size-this uncertainty is a major negative
Delivered on time and the correct size. Thanks