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Hoka One One Tor Ultra Hi WP Hiking Boot - Men's

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    10 Reviews


    Ultimate support and cushioning on the trail.

    The Hoka One One Men's Tor Ultra Hi WP Hiking Boots deliver a groundbreaking blend of running shoe cushioning and supportive trekking uppers to make these perfect for spending multiple days out in the woods. The full-grain leather and textile upper is built to withstand the wear-and-tear of the trail, while the molded upper collar provides flexibility and a comfortable fit to meet the contours of rocky terrain. A waterproof Event membrane with full-bootie construction blocks the entrance of any moisture while maintaining a high level of breathability. The protective rubber toe cap cushions your digits against close contact with rocks and roots, as the late stage meta-rocker smoothes and stabilizes your stride. The Vibram MegaGrip outsole rubber on the midsole blend of EVA and RMAT material provides both traction and cushioning as you crush shaky ground all day long

    • Full-grain leather and textile upper
    • Molded upper collar
    • Protective rubber toe cap
    • Waterproof Event membrane
    • EVA and RMAT midsole
    • Late stage meta-rocker geometry
    • Vibram MegaGrip hi-traction rubber outsole with 5mm lugs
    • Item #HOK001E

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    leather, textile, rubber toe cap
    Vibram MegaGrip rubber, 5mm lugs
    Claimed Weight
    17 oz
    Recommended Use
    backpacking, hiking & camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    45 days

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    I have been waiting to review these boots till I had a few hikes in different terrains before making my comments. After today's hike I can honestly tell you I love these boots. They are the most comfortable boots I have owned. Most of the time by the end of a hike my feet are beat. I have used these on hikes upwards of 11 miles and my feet still feel good at the end of the trail. Today I went out in the snow it was about 5-6 inches deep. These boots were WARM!!! and my feet didn't get wet at all the whole time. If you have bad knees or back these are great for that.

    The boots of all boots

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Fit: True to size

    Bought these as a gift for my father-in-law. He is an avid outdoorsmen but was experiencing foot pain with a traditional hunting boot. Ordered him a pair of these and he has never felt better. Perfect amount of support and cushion for long days in the hills.

    Great cushion for problem feet too!!!!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 11.5

    This is my 5th pair of Hokas and my favorite of them all. I am a disabled Gulf War Vet and I need extra support and cushion in order to get around. These are the most comfortable pair I have ever owned. I have referred over ten people to the brand and give these my highest regard. My VA and Mayo Clinic doctors were also impressed. These really were life changers for me so will continue to recommend. The only down side is the speed laces ( top three) can break off if you crank them too tight but I wear braces so that may have added to the stress. Just wore them hunting in Wisconsin in the rain. The exterior looks wet but my feet were 100% warm and dry! GO HOKA

    Great cushion for problem feet too!!!!

    A great boot for big days

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 12

    I usually hike in trail running shoes (lately Brooks Cascadia 11), but for big days with a pack or crampon-questionable outings (yes, strap-ons work, but don't get any ideas about technical footwork), these things are amazing. They're light but supportive and feel great all day -- you might even jog that last mile to the car. The e-vent is good for snow and stream crossings but it does keep your feet toasty. I do a sock swap at lunch to keep the swampiness at bay.

    As for sizing, I'm somewhere between a 12 and 12.5 and went with the 12s. They fit great, though I have pretty narrow feet. As for in-brand sizing, I've run in a few different Hokas and these fit and feel more like the Bondi than the ATR 2.

    Designed for pointy-toed Elf feet

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: 10 D

    I bought these one half size larger than my true size and laced them as loosely as I could without them falling off my feet, but the extremely narrow toe box is a major design flaw that renders these shoes useless except for Elves.
    These shoes caused painful blisters where the outside of my big toes and balls of my feet contacted the shoe, and also caused a blistery, bloody mess because my middle toes were compressed together and rubbing against each other. These are very painful and uncomfortable shoes to wear.
    The traction, cushioning and waterproofing are great.
    If Hoka ever understood feet and toes spread under a person’s weight while walking and running and engineered a shoe to fit Human feet, I would rate those shoes 5 stars.

    Still Going Strong

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    The Hoka One One Tor continue to impress me. While they are not the most attractive footwear out there, they are the most comfortable I have worn.

    I have used them to day hike Mount Whitney and hike in Patagonia. They even did a decent job kicking out steps in the snow for my 73 year old father.

    The soles show a lot of wear but they continue to grip and give solid traction.

    When hiking Mt. Whitney I had many people stop me and ask how I like the boots. Many of them were Hoka running shoe fans and complained about how bad their other brand hiking shoes were.

    Let these boots take the beating and not your joints. Don't worry, I have not heard any jokes about old lady butt toning shoes so your masculinity should remain intact.

    Photo is from a beach in Patagonia after a day hike.

    Still Going Strong

    Ugly foot pillows.

    • Size Bought: 10.5

    They are ugly..

    They are comfortable..

    I have called them the ugliest hiking boots ever made. They are also the most comfortable hiking boots I have ever owned.

    What I really like about them is the non boot feel they have and the rocker isn't like walking in any boot out there. It is like walking in a trail shoe.

    They are very pillowy. I have a wide forefoot and I went 1/2 size up. The size is perfect.

    The supplied insole is useless and offers zero arch support. I shoved in green SuperFeet and they actually feel like a supportive boot.

    The footprint looks so big that snowshoes would be jealous.

    I am a little concerned about their longevity and the foam feeling Hoka rubber they use in conjunction with the Vibram sole.

    We will see..

    Easy on the Knees

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    At first glance these boots look like they would be heavy and clunky but once you pick them up they feel almost running shoe light. Fit is similar to their trail shoes although I noticed some initial discomfort on the lateral aspect of both great toes due to the toe box being slightly narrower (My feet are on the wider side for reference).

    Being summer I used a cycling sock instead of a thicker hiking sock. The eVent liner breathes well but if you run hot your feet will still get warm and sweaty (I have only hiked with these in temps ranging from 45 F to 118F).

    Amazing traction is typical of Hokas and the Tor Ultra offers splendid grip going up and down trails. Most notable was how comfortable it was to hike down hills and have the cushioning absorbing blows from rocks instead of my joints. The downside to the grippy traction and cushion is the overall durability of the sole which despite showing signs of wear is holding up well. After accidentally kicking several rocks it made me aware that toe protection is decent but could be beefed up a bit (or I could pay better attention to the trail).

    Lacing is quick, simple, and super bright orange. While I’m not a fan of overly bright colors these are fairly tame (compared to other Hokas) and a change to replacement black laces (not included) would tone things down a bit.

    Ankle support is good and does not feel restrictive. The relief cutouts in the shoe allow the upper to flex and remain nimble while climbing over rocks.

    Overall these a solid hiking boots. My favorite feature about these boots is that my legs do not feel as beat up the next day as they would with previous hiking boots. This is a fantastic first boot offering from Hoka. If you’re looking for a lightweight, comfortable, and bright hiking boot with outstanding traction take a look at the Tor Ultra.

    Easy on the Knees

    Maiden Voyage

    Morning summit to break in the new Hoka One One Tor Ultra Hi WP.

    Maiden Voyage

    Hi Michael, I have a fairly wide foot and it fit well (for reference Salomon and Arc'teryx shoes are narrow for my feet). They feel similar to the Hoka Mafate Speed in fit. If you have a narrower foot you could probably swap out the insole to help it fit better. Hope this helps!