Worst customer service
Sorry to be rude but I have to say Hoka one one has the worst customer service. My newly bought Challenger ATR 5 GTX are a bit loose & it feels like shoes off ground while walking.The width was fine so I asked for advice or should I down size and here what I've got from them
"Try swapping out the inner soles for something a little thicker, wear thicker socks or Google 'lock lace' as this is a method of tying your laces . We suggest you compare the size you ordered with your existing shoes,If they are too bit return them, too small simply get a ...
Comfortable shoe but low quality and terrible service.
I bought a pair of Bondi 6 shoes for $230 fitted by athlete’s foot. I injured myself and so didn’t run for about 9 months, following this I started jogging a few time a week and soon my new shoes split open - this was at 13 months after purchase and about 60km in total of running. Hoka did not care that their shoes fell apart but just said it is out of warranty good luck.
Clifton 4 and Napali
Curiosity killed the cat and I stumped up for a pair of Hokas.
According to BMI, I'm overweight and I enjoy weight training. Running long distances has never been fun because of the excess weight, pounding and friction (as well as poor running form) on my knees and ankles, but I really liked running. My podiatrist put me on heavily stabilised running focused cross trainers (Asics) after recovering from another ankle injury. I lost some weight post recovery I wanted to try something which would give me an even wider platform and loads of cushion...
Not as great as some reviews have recommended.
I was recommended these shoe by Athlete's foot and they have caused nothing but calf pain. At first I had thought it was due to weak muscles. After, strengthening exercises, conditioning work and frequent massages (including dry needling) I was still in pain during long runs. Turns it was the shoe! The shoe is what is called a bare foot runner which is not great for those with pronate. The running specialist I spoke said he would never stock the shoe because he feels it is dangerous to a runners health.
After a recommendation of Brook's, I am back out running with no calf pain.
Be careful of the hype behind the Hoka shoe.
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Questions & Answers
Don’t know what has been changed in the Bondi 7 I have had numerous pairs of Bondi 6 . The heel isn’t snug like the 6 was . My orthotic all of a sudden doesn’t fit properly and slips at heel . Not happy have only had them 3 weeks
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|Category||Online Shops and Footwear Shops & Brands|
|Offers Free Standard Shipping||Yes|
|Free Standard Shipping Minimum Order Amount||$100.00|
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|Type of Footwear Offered||Exercise & Sport Shoes and Hiking Footwear|
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