When you want to escape to the trail and leave your daily stresses behind for a few hours, the HOKA ONE ONE Speedgoat 3 Running Shoe will be there with the support and performance you need to tackle your longest and toughest trail runs. Named after the original Speedgoat Karl Metzer, who knows a thing or two about going long, this shoe offers plush underfoot comfort and support for high-mileage days thanks to its oversized EVA midsole. You'll have lots of cushioning and a feel that isn't too bulky or clunky, ensuring maneuverability on tricky terrain. The Vibram Megagrip outsole features an aggressive lug pattern to help you claw into soft trails and keep your grip on roots and rocks, while the open engineered mesh upper provides maximum breathability on sweltering days. New to the Speedgoat is a more supportive heel and upper to help you take on even longer runs. Reinforced overlays and a midfoot cage help keep your foot stable and supported, even when the trail gets rocky and overgrown. A wider platform also works towards a more stable base, and the MetaRocker design helps you transition easily from heel strike to toe-off, keeping you moving smoothly on tough terrain.
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HOKA ONE ONE Speedgoat 3 Running Shoe - Men's
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