Stinson ATR 4 Trail Running Shoe - Women's by Hoka One One
Usually when you read the words "big" and "maximum," you're met with images of over-sized drinks and food portions. However, let the Hoka One One Women's Stinson 4 ATR Trail Running Shoes redefine your idea of maximum with their plush midsoles and comfort-forward design. The Stinson is equipped with a bevy of new features, so it's still endowed with the Meta-Rocker Geometry for smooth transitions and a no-sew mesh upper for ample breathability. The Stinson 4 ATR now features a wide flare at the forefoot and toe that provides a stable platform underfoot and is a direct reaction to the once-tippy design of Hoka's shoes. So don't be fooled into thinking that the Stinson is a stability shoe in the sense that it supports supination or overpronation: it is a neutral shoe that simply makes navigating varied terrain more manageable. Additionally, the Stinson is equipped with an improved fit, so it now has a wider base and more durable midsole for long and difficult trail runs.
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