Evo Speedgoat Trail Running Shoe - Men's by HOKA ONE ONE
HOKA ONE ONE's standard Speedgoat trail running shoe is more than serviceable for long runs on mountain terrain and local trails alike, but if there's one thing that shouldn't surprise trail runners it's that some people won't settle until they nail down the longest runs in the toughest terrain they can find. If you've always got your eyes on a tougher task, then lace up the HOKA ONE ONE Evo Speedgoat Trail Running Shoe and head out for steep climbs, rugged descents, and lots and lots of hard-fought miles. Essentially a more durable and responsive version of the Speedgoat 3, the Evo Speedgoat has been outfitted with a super-tough MATRYX fabric in the upper. MATRYX combines engineered mesh and KEVLAR to give you a comfortable yet highly tear-and-abrasion resistant upper that's ready to charge through the mountains without slowing down for a second. Speaking of not slowing down, the Evo Speedgoat features a more responsive midsole compound than its standard counterpart, making it a bit easier to put in the work during rugged ultra-races and all-day training runs. The signature HOKA max-cushioned midsole absorbs shock on hard and rocky surfaces, and helps give your feet some of that comfort your legs, arms, and lungs have been looking for. A strip of Lycra fabric above the toes ensures a snug, supportive and adaptive fit as you ramble across rocky ridge lines, while the Vibram Megagrip Hi-Traction outsole delivers unrelenting grip on ever-changing trail surfaces in any and all conditions.
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HOKA ONE ONE Evo Speedgoat Trail Running Shoe - Men's
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