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

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    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
    Waterproofing
    Event
    Closure
    lace
    Midsole
    RMAT, EVA
    Sole
    Vibram MegaGrip rubber, 5mm lugs
    Claimed Weight
    17 oz
    Recommended Use
    backpacking, hiking & camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    45 days

    Tech Specs

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    Great boot if you understand the product

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 10.5
    • Height: 5'11"
    • Weight: 170lbs

    I have put many miles on my Hoka Clifton running shoes, so decided to give these a try (btw, I've transitioned from minimalist to Hoka's after fracturing my 2nd metatarsal in a road race... but thats another story). After a short and probably unnecessary break in period, I took these to Yosemite for a 3 day 30mi hike. These boots performed exceptionally well. However, I knew pretty well what to expect. What these boots are is a great hiking boot with an incredible amount of cushioning. The fit and feel is nearly identical to that of the running shoe, so that should tell you a bit about the stiffness and support they provide. I walked through/over creeks, rocks, mud and snow on this trek. I had no blisters (after some experimenting with socks for temp/feel) and my feet were kept dry. The worry in these situations is always that your feet become the weak link causing you to slow down or continually compensate.... that was not the case with these. However, during a traverse down rocky switchbacks, I could feel the rocks on my feet much more so than you would expect to with other more stiff boots. Having said that, this was something I fully expected and it wasn't intolerable. I would recommend these to anyone, but you need to understand what you're buying.

    Great boot if you understand the product

    best hunting boot no one know about

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 11
    • Height: 6'1"
    • Weight: 205lbs

    i hunt these bad boys, all day walks, bringing elk meat out, best hunting boot

    Very Light and Comfortable

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: 11.5
    • Height: 6'1"
    • Weight: 200lbs

    Let's not avoid the elephant in the room, these boots look like moon boots. They turn heads and bring fingers up to said heads, to scratch them in awe and wonder. But when you can take off like a bat out of hell up the trail with no worries of not having support, waterproofing, breathability, or having heavy clonkers stuck to your feet, you're going to fly! That sweet, sweet EVA/RMAT midsole will take you to the moon with how light and comfortable it is. Grip on the tread is fantastic and you can tighten the laces all the way up to the tip of your toes so you can have an optimal fit before take off. And as always, please be courteous to the poor, lesser souls you pass by on the trail that don't have these hot fire Tor Ultra Hi Boots. But definitely let them know where they can get this hot fire. Don't get too much hot fire though, these bad boys run a half size too big.

    Very Light and Comfortable

    Hoka number one one!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: 10.5
    • Height: 5'9"
    • Weight: 175lbs

    I know they're just called Hoka one one but they really have been #1 in my book. I suffer from plantar fasciitis pretty bad. At 44 years old I thought my days were numbered as far as being able to continue backpacking and hiking. Thanks to these boots I know I have years of hiking to look forward to.
    Just being honest, There is SO MUCH cushion between these boots and the Sole brand inserts that I may have over done it to the point that my feet were still sore but that was just from all the cushion. My arches were fine and no heel pain. After I propped my feet up for a couple hours by the campfire and had a good night sleep, I was back on the trail the next morning without heel pain. If you suffer like I do in shoes/boots with inadequate cushion and arch support then look no further. Get them a half size larger if you plan to use arch support or inserts. The waterproofing worked great too!

    The Funky Flying Clownfish

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 9.5
    • Height: 5'11"
    • Weight: 145lbs

    The funk is a polarizing factor for sure but so far the performance is on point. The first thing I noticed when I put them on is the snug fit through the heel-cup and arch then wider in the forefoot. Feels secure but not restrictive and for me really comfortable out of the box. You'll notice the lacing goes to the toes much like an approach shoe. I plan on using these for backpacking but the maiden voyage was a natural desert landscape disc golf course outside Capitol Reef in Utah. I put about 10 miles over 2 days on these in pretty much the most varied topography possible and experienced no discomfort at all. The super cushy ride does take some getting used to but I felt almost like an ATV with big rubber tires - ripping up and down everything. The upper is surprisingly lightweight yet tough enough to take a full-stop barbwire fence arrest with no damage. These things definitely want to move - you just jog a little and feel the rocker sole start to set the pace. I went with my street shoe size and am on the money but with narrower feet you may want to size 1/2 down.

    The Funky Flying Clownfish

    Would Recommend

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: 9.5
    • Height: 5'10"
    • Weight: 165lbs

    I recently picked the Hoka One One Tor Ultras up and have some feedback to share. My first use of these boots was an 8 mile, quick jaunt up and back in Millcreek Canyon, Utah. Due to early season conditions, which caused a road closure, the first two miles, and last two miles coming back, were all on road. The actual trail was of varied terrain, both steep and flat in some areas, and rocky most of the way with a few snow patches.



    I thought the boots performed wonderfully on the hike. They are lightweight and not so stiff so there wasn’t really a break in period. However, as soon as I started ascending I did notice the rockered sole, which I’m still a bit unsure of. On steeper sections it felt a bit harder to get to my forefoot. That being said, the vibram sole kept me gripped and on my feet on the slick terrain, from the snow and running water. I tested these in wet conditions and I can happily report that my feet stayed nice and dry thanks to the waterproof event membrane.



    Overall, I am very happy with these boots and would recommend them but I do have one last piece of advice if you’re considering picking these up – consider sizing down. I’m a solid 9.5 but do have a bit of a narrow foot, the 9.5’s felt big on me and my foot was moving around inside the boot.

    Would Recommend

    cool design... function? eh...

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 14
    • Height: 6'5"
    • Weight: 250lbs

    These boots are extremely comfortable. This is good and bad. Good for basic hiking and backpacking, but bad when it comes to really cranking it on a complicated trail. They are just too soft when it comes to longer distances on tougher terrain, which results is poor support and sore ankles and feet. Other than that, great boot for basic hikes.

    Not for real trail

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 11.5
    • Height: 5'11"
    • Weight: 215lbs

    Got these for a 20 mile one day hike. Very comfortable at home and These were great for first 5 miles. After that it hard going. Very disappointed. We were on the AT not a super bad trail, but can be rough. After five miles started hurting. At about 10 first blister appeared. At 20 I had blisters in places I never have and feet hurt so bad. Very disappointed for the price and can't return except for store credit, be great for the weekend family hike at the state park with gravel footbed. I would not buy hiking version again. My buddy had some too, and he has same story-not for the real hiker and do not recommend for the AT. They are waterproof.

    wins by a long shot

      I love this hiking boot! I've tried all the usual suspects from Asolo and Scarpa and The Hoka wins by a long shot. Great support and cushioning mixed with water resistance make this a fantastic hiking boot for colder climates and snowshoeing. I'm a huge fan of Hoka shoes and this one is definitely one of my favorites.

      Awesome!

      • 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
      • Height: 6'1"
      • Weight: 256lbs

      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!!!!

      Gift for Pops

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

      I got these for my Pops. Personally I think they look dorky but he seems to like them. Give em what they want is all I have to say about that...

      A great boot for big days

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: 12
      • Height: 6'2"
      • Weight: 170lbs

      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
      • Height: 5'10"
      • Weight: 187lbs

      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
      • Height: 5'7"
      • Weight: 190lbs

      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..