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These are the best of the Zero Drop shoes . If you have second toe capsulitis you should try these !
Just an FYI, these are not no drop, they have a 5mm drop (so very minimal drop). Still great shoes and awesome for knee and foot problem runners.
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Never heard of this brand
It happens with many . Every item we use every day has multiple brands and different quality. We will be not aware of them until we try finding best. I myself was not aware of hokas or brooks etc until i started looking what shoes is best because I was having knee pain. So necessity will let figure it out. But hokas are good. I used clintons earlier and they are awesome.
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Running shoes are very personal but as a heavy runner with flat feet, I really like these. Asics are my favorite, these are a close second, followed distantly by Brooks. If you like Asics these may be worth a try, especially at this price.
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Just an FYI, these are not no drop, they have a 5mm drop (so very minimal drop). Still great shoes and awesome for knee and foot problem runners.
If you want the best zero drop go for the Altra Paradigm 4.5
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They had my size in women's wide. Thx! $91.75 tax etc. I'm a nurse and love my Arahi's, Bondi 6 are comfy but my outside thighs hurt after 12 hrs walking. I'm looking to see how the Cliftons hold up. Great deal and thank you!
I work X-ray in a decent sized hospital. These take a second to break in, but they are absolute champs. After trying many shoes, Hoka Bondi and Clifton are my two favorites. Altra Paradigm has been great, too, so far. Paradigm lets you stretch your toes the most. Clifton lasts the longest. Bondi is most comfortable out of the box. I work 12s and walk on concrete all day, as you probably do. Good luck!
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These are the best of the Zero Drop shoes . If you have second toe capsulitis you should try these !

The Cliftons are not zero drop. Heel-to-Toe offset on this shoe is 5 mm.
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Running shoes are very personal but as a heavy runner with flat feet, I really like these. Asics are my favorite, these are a close second, followed distantly by Brooks. If you like Asics these may be worth a try, especially at this price.
I run in asics 10 4e and same size in brooks.
Problem is hoka oneone doesn't offer extra wides. Can you please tell me about the toe box room in hoka as compared to asics ?
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Just an FYI, these are not no drop, they have a 5mm drop (so very minimal drop). Still great shoes and awesome for knee and foot problem runners.
Been eyeing for a better shoe for running myself after rupturing Achilles.

Can you or anyone else tell me if these run a little bigger/smaller? Don't have a dealer in town that carries HOKAs to try on.
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I ordered these in 11.5 the other day. It took about a week before JR reached out and told me inventory was wrong and they are OOS. This is at least the 5th time this has happened with JR. I have sworn off the company at least twice, but somehow keep getting roped back in. Strong dislike for the company.
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Been eyeing for a better shoe for running myself after rupturing Achilles.

Can you or anyone else tell me if these run a little bigger/smaller? Don't have a dealer in town that carries HOKAs to try on.
assuming your foot is normal width they seem to run very close to true size. I have bought my shoes online for a few years and 9 times out of 10 i'm a 10.5. The hoka's fit perfectly at 10.5.
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These are the best of the Zero Drop shoes . If you have second toe capsulitis you should try these !
Quote from roox
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Just an FYI, these are not no drop, they have a 5mm drop (so very minimal drop). Still great shoes and awesome for knee and foot problem runners.
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If you want the best zero drop go for the Altra Paradigm 4.5
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The Cliftons are not zero drop. Heel-to-Toe offset on this shoe is 5 mm.
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assuming your foot is normal width they seem to run very close to true size. I have bought my shoes online for a few years and 9 times out of 10 i'm a 10.5. The hoka's fit perfectly at 10.5.
Apologies for tagging everyone but you seem to know about about capsulitis of the second toe health issues.

So i've been suffering from pain in my right foot where the underside of the foot meets the toes since about June. I was walking 10K steps a day while wearing sandals, dumb and a mistake I won't repeat.

I stayed off my feet and only walk around my house about 2k steps daily and mostly work at my desk so not a lot of pressure on my feet. As of yet, it still hasn't gotten better so I talked a doctor today and he recommended some Hoka shoes to wear around the house.

Do anyone of you have experience on what shoe might be the best choice for me to wear around the house and also another pair to wear when I go walking/running? thanks for any advice/suggestions.
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Apologies for tagging everyone but you seem to know about about capsulitis of the second toe health issues.

So i've been suffering from pain in my right foot where the underside of the foot meets the toes since about June. I was walking 10K steps a day while wearing sandals, dumb and a mistake I won't repeat.

I stayed off my feet and only walk around my house about 2k steps daily and mostly work at my desk so not a lot of pressure on my feet. As of yet, it still hasn't gotten better so I talked a doctor today and he recommended some Hoka shoes to wear around the house.

Do anyone of you have experience on what shoe might be the best choice for me to wear around the house and also another pair to wear when I go walking/running? thanks for any advice/suggestions.
my doctor recommended the hokas too...I would try the Bondi, it is very soft and gives good support to the toes. Also using a metatarsal pad helps. I have been using the altra paradigms for my gym workouts and hiking and they are very comfortable. I am waiting to get the Bondi.
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around the house - check out "recovery sandels" they are amazing and help my feet after big run days. I can't live without them. oofos are the big brand, but hoka and and few others make them too.

as for shoes - i like hoka, but i always have to replace the insole.. they are awful. My personal fave (and about 2000km of use over 3 pair) are the Skechers GOrun MaxRoad 3 ultras.. everything good about the hokas, but lighter and more springy. (don't touch the lower end skechers, they are pretty bad.
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Apologies for tagging everyone but you seem to know about about capsulitis of the second toe health issues.

So i've been suffering from pain in my right foot where the underside of the foot meets the toes since about June. I was walking 10K steps a day while wearing sandals, dumb and a mistake I won't repeat.

I stayed off my feet and only walk around my house about 2k steps daily and mostly work at my desk so not a lot of pressure on my feet. As of yet, it still hasn't gotten better so I talked a doctor today and he recommended some Hoka shoes to wear around the house.

Do anyone of you have experience on what shoe might be the best choice for me to wear around the house and also another pair to wear when I go walking/running? thanks for any advice/suggestions.
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my doctor recommended the hokas too...I would try the Bondi, it is very soft and gives good support to the toes. Also using a metatarsal pad helps. I have been using the altra paradigms for my gym workouts and hiking and they are very comfortable. I am waiting to get the Bondi.
thank you for your experience. I also go to the gym and experience foot pain so I'll try the altra paradigms as well.
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my doctor recommended the hokas too...I would try the Bondi, it is very soft and gives good support to the toes. Also using a metatarsal pad helps. I have been using the altra paradigms for my gym workouts and hiking and they are very comfortable. I am waiting to get the Bondi.
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around the house - check out "recovery sandels" they are amazing and help my feet after big run days. I can't live without them. oofos are the big brand, but hoka and and few others make them too.

as for shoes - i like hoka, but i always have to replace the insole.. they are awful. My personal fave (and about 2000km of use over 3 pair) are the Skechers GOrun MaxRoad 3 ultras.. everything good about the hokas, but lighter and more springy. (don't touch the lower end skechers, they are pretty bad.
thank you, I will take a look at those sandals to wear around the house.
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