On January 23,(1am Jan 24th AEST) HOKA athletes in the US will attempt the 100K world record in the all-new Carbon X 2.
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At the first Project Carbon X in 2019, HOKA athletes attempted the 100K world record, with some attempting to break six hours – far faster than the current mark of 6:09:14 (men’s) and 6:33:11 (women’s). Along the way, Jim Walmsley set a new 50-mile world best of 4 hours, 50 minutes and 8 seconds. Set the bar to impossible, they said; you never know how high you’ll get when you reach for it.
On Saturday, January 23, (1am Jan 24th AEST) with an all-new update in the Carbon X 2, the bar will be set again. This is Project Carbon X 2: HOKA athletes will again take on the 100K world record from the Phoenix, Arizona area wearing an all-new innovation from HOKA.
Engineered with a responsive, carbon fiber plate and aggressive Meta-Rocker, this performance shoe is a formidable competitor.