Triathlete Range Early 2020
Whether you’re a triathlete or roadie already using HOKA or you’re looking to make the switch and want to understand the full range of HOKA road shoes, this video from HOKA ONE ONE Australia covers every model from our carbon plated running shoes to our wide fitting highly cushioned pronation control options.
A really quick summary:
Carbon X: From the team that innovated the modern highly cushioned, lightweight, rockered running shoe comes an impossibly forgiving package of speed, comfort, and stability that will suit a wide range of runners for training and race day. You will love this shoe that conquered the 50-mile road world record that had stood for 3 decades.
Carbon Rocket: Less forgiving than the Carbon X with a slender racing flat style platform, 1mm pitch and more flexion with less pronation control, the Rocket will reward committed athletes.
Rincon: The lightest cushion, a race day favourite.
Clifton 6: Like a Rincon but reinforced for higher training volumes and available in WIDE.
Bondi 6: All the cushion, all the comfort, all the HOKA heritage, just get it done.
Arahi 4: Full-length pronation control, high breathability, light cushion and a racy feel.
Gaviota 2: All the cushion, all the stability, big square toe and the most pronation control in the range.
Elevon 2: Smooth rolling, versatile, and a more technological expression of the Bondi’s aim, two full length cradles deliver a cushioned responsive ride suited to a more slender to standard foot, with a straight shape. These fit ½ size long so order a half size shorter than you usually would.
Mach 3: Well suited to the athlete focused on low weight and high cadence, the Mach is a durable trainer and responsive racer for the runner wanting less cush and more push. These fit ½ size long so order a half size shorter than you usually would.
Cavu 3: Versatile simplicity for runners wanting weight and cushioning like Rincon but with a firmer, thinner forefoot and narrower platform. These fit ½ size long so order a half size shorter than you usually would.