Hoka One One Hupana Shoe - Women's

Hoka One One Hupana Shoe - Women's
Hoka One One Hupana Shoe - Women's
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Hupana Shoe - Women's by Hoka One One
If you've long pined for a lightweight running shoe that can tackle more than just short tempo runs, look no further than the Hoka One One Women's Hupana Shoe. Designed to transition between training sessions or long runs alike, the Hupana provides a smooth, responsive feel underfoot, so you're able to make the most of your workout. To start, the knit upper offers a sock-like feel, while the seamless design prevents chafing and hot spots and is designed as such that it allows your foot to breathe whether you're trucking through a hot 5k or enjoying a walk through the park with your dogs. Additionally, the Hupana's midsole maintains cushioned comfort, shock attenuation, and enhances overall energy return, so you're able to make the most of time constraints or your stride. And since the Hupana's sole is the same material as the midsole, the weight of the shoe is kept to an overall minimum, ensuring day-long comfort and support.

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SKU: HOK003K
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