Taking supreme comfort to new heights.
With the Hoka One One Women's Tor Summit WP Hiking Shoe, the innovative design that has captivated runners over the last few years is now available in a rugged hiking shoe form. It features a tough leather upper, waterproof construction, and, of course, Hoka One One's ultra-cushy midsole and rockered profile to help you crush trails from Mauna Kea to the Appalachian.
Durable nubuck and suede in the upper provides classic hiking shoe toughness, while the mesh lining helps manage moisture and boost breathability for cool comfort. The eVent waterproof membrane seals out moisture when you're splashing through streams or hiking in the rain. Hoka One One's midsole blend of EVA and RMAT offers supreme comfort underfoot, and the Meta-Rock geometry promotes a smooth stride and reduced stress on your joints. Aggressive 5mm lugs on the Vibram MegaGrip outsole ensure dependable traction to help you conquer any type of terrain.
- Nubuck and suede upper
- eVent waterproof bootie construction
- Late Stage Meta-Rocker geometry
- EVA and RMAT midsole
- Vibram MegaGrip outsole with 5mm lugs
- 4mm drop
- Item #HOK001X
- Q & A
I've been wearing Hoka running shoes hiking, because they are so soft on the impact. I was really excited to get the hiking specific shoe, so that it would perform better on the rock, dirt, mud and gravel.
This shoe does perform better on rock, dirt, mud and gravel! But, I was bummed that they aren't as cushy. I understand that the hard sole needed for rugged terrain is necessary, though. Aw! I just can't have it all.
The fit generous. For hiking shoes, here is definitely room for my feet to swell. I couldn't go down a size, but they are a tiny bit too big. To be fair, I am in between sizes all the time, though.
I like the 4mm drop, for a more natural stride. There isn't a lot of arch support, so get inserts, if you need that.
These are going to be best for staying on the path. I go off trail a lot. So, I put these to the test. They don't have a ton or torsional rigidity, so traversing on steep slopes is a no. But, you can really cinch those laces, and get some decent support.
Also, they aren't mean for climbing up or down steep, slabby rock, but I did it anyway. They are good for some normal rock scramble, but nothing extreme. They did well in water. The water just beaded right off.
Overall, I think I will keep these as an backpacking shoe that will absorb a lot of the weight and impact of my heavy packs. These did get me to where I was going (straight up a trail-less mountain), but I'll have to look elsewhere for a well-cushioned trail blazing shoe.
I gave these to my son, and he has liked them. You have to tighten the laces really well, though, to have full support.
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
- Fit: True to size
Bought these for my wife. She likes how comfortable they are.
Fits true to size, but my wife has a narrow heel. So every time
she took a step, the heel moved.Returned