Speed Instinct Trail Running Shoe - Women's by Hoka One One
Charge the trail with sure-footed precision and cushy comfort when you're wearing the unique rocker design of the Hoka One One Women's Speed Instinct Trail Running Shoe. Designed to conquer a wide variety of trail, alpine, and forest surfaces, the aggressively lugged sole claws into loose dirt, slick rock outcroppings, and steep inclines along mountains. High-abrasion rubber ensures longevity when you're subjecting these shoes to the abuse of trail running. Staying true to Hoka's unique running philosophy, the Speed Instinct delivers maximum cushioning alongside Meta-Rocker Geometry. This combination of pronounced midsole design, low heel-toe differential, and sculpted rocker creates a fulcrum-like effect, guiding the runner's gait for an efficient, smooth stride. Another Hoka signature feature, the Pro2Lite midsole is softer at the heel for extra impact absorption (especially for heels strikers), becoming stiffer at the forefoot for speedy propulsion at toe-off.
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