Best shoe ever .. I literally walk fast do stairs all on concrete for 8 hours quick pivot movements and my feet do not hurt or throbb from the minute I put theses shoes on..
The arch support is amazing.
From the first wear they were comfy I was happy to leave them on even after I got home from work .
Amazing shoe thankyou
Excellent shoes and oh so comfortable
1: Speedgoat 2, purchased early 2019, done almost 800Km in them and still as good as the day I bought them. Use them for the trails
2: Bondi 6, purchased in June, done around 600Km, each time running 5-10Km. Use them for hard surfaces, Tarmac, concrete
I have been wearing Hokas for over 5 years and been delighted with the quality, performance and service from Hoka Australia. I am a heavier than average runner and haven't found any other runners provide the level of support that Hokas do.
Bondi 6 WIDE & Clifton 5 WIDE
I am wearing the all black Bondi 6 WIDE as a work shoe as we have a very hard floor surface and it has been brilliant-cushioned and comfortable. I also have a Clifton 5 WIDE in a black and white colour that I wear outside of work. Delivery of both items was amazingly quick. The only thing I would ask/suggest is related to the appearance... would it be possible to make the Clifton 5 WIDE available in an all black shoe so I am able to wear that one to work as it is less bulky in appearance when compared to the Bondi 6 WIDE shoe???
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Perfect shoe for running and walking
Husband bought these for me when I started to do some serious walking earlier in the year (I’ve done nearly 800klms this year) and my current New Balance ones were giving me blisters. The Hokas are seriously light, great cushioning, electric colour, and overall reasonable arch support (I have had to upgrade to a pair with more support as I have fallen arches and have stared to run more). Only recommendation is to buy up several in the same style if you do walk/run lots as they do wear (I got about 600klms out of mine) and will start to hurt your feet. But I’m sticking with this brand.
Don't last well, but they're still the best training shoe
I bought a pair of Hoka Valor shoes in April 2016 after a years of painful running in my Asics. (Admittedly the Asics I had were never top of the line, but even so I realise now they should have not left me running with the feeling each morning that every bone in my feet was broken.) So, I bought the Hokas on special for $130 from their website. The delivery was super fast and problem free - same size as my Asics. The Hoka shoe itself felt very strange. Lots more cushioning than I was used to and a bit of a platform shoe feel to them. But you o...nly need a week or so to get used to them and I definitely take a bit more care when running on uneven surfaces due to the hight of the cushioning. They were a bit uncomfortable at first and I fixed that by replacing the insole with the one from my Asics shoes. Well, wow! I didn't realise that it was possible to run pain free. It certainly opened my eyes. No injuries for a year and I've now replaced them with a pair of Hoka Infinites - no need to replace the inserts on these ones. After a year the Valor model were completely split down the sides - all the better for the stones and water to get in and out. They were in dreadful condition after only four or five months of 50km a week running, but I couldn't care less - I was most reluctant to replace them because they were doing such a great job of keeping me running. The fact was that they provide damn good cushioning for my feet and knees. I ran in them for a year and it's the only full year in my 35+ years of running that I've ever gone injury free. Damn these are good shoes. They sure wear out fast, but they're worth every penny.
The best running shoe money can buy
Having been an avid runner for many years, I recently saw Hoka One One running shoes at a Fitness Expo. There has been growing support for these shoes in the triathlon community; particularly the Ironman where runners complete a marathon run leg of 42kms. I have sensitive knees as a result of years of rugby and a PCL injury. I decided to purchase a pair of the Hoka One One Conquests. These are unquestionably the most comfortable running shoes I've ever worn. The ride is superb - like running on clouds! I usually get a little sore after a 10km run but not with these babies; my legs were fresh as the next day! I can't recommend these shoes highly enough.
Supremely comfortable ride and fit
These shoes are faultless
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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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