For that New Year's running resolution.
Look no further than the Hoka One One Women's Bondi 4 Running Shoe when you need a comfortable and supportive shoe to help you get off the couch and hit the ground running. A full-length EVA midsole provides maximum cushion underfoot and helps protect your joints from the wear that running can have on your body. The Early-stage Meta-Rocker has a ten-degree heel bevel to promote a smooth heel-to-toe transition, ensuring a more natural stride. The soft and engineered mesh upper is highly breathable and helps keep your foot secure, while polyurethane overlays offer torsional support and stability. And because traction is paramount, Hoka strategically placed high-traction rubber to ensure a grippy stride down slippery sidewalks.
- Put your best foot forward with this running shoe
- Breathable mesh upper provides ample ventilation
- TPU overlays assure torsional support and stability
- Wide toe box accounts for the natural splaying of digits
- Meta Rocker promotes a more comfortable stride
- EVA midsole attenuates shock and disperses impact
- Rubber outsole maintains traction underfoot
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- Q & A
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: 10
Purchased but ended up returning. I've been running in Hoka's for sometime. I thought I might switch from the Clifton to something with a bit more stability, but ultimately ended up with another pair of Clifton's. I have a narrow/long foot and felt the width in the fore foot would be a bit too much shoe for me, i.e. the wide toe box is VERY wide. Support and sole density were as expected. Sizing is a bit big, could accommodate a high volume foot with extra room in the toes. I'd recommend buying your everyday shoe size, instead of sizing up as is recommended with most running shoes. I wear a 9.5, the 10 definitely contributed to the large sensation.
Q: I am a nurse that works 12hr shifts 6 days a week. In addition 8 weeks ago I tore my achilles tendon do to my job. What type of shoe do you recommend for nurses working long hrs and for a nurse that has recently torn her achilles tendon?
Someone suggested the Hoka shoes.
Q: Does this shoe or any of the Hoka shoes come in a wide? I wear a 7 wide.