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Hoka One One Men's & Women's Challenger ATR 5 Trail Running Shoes

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JackRabbit has Hoka One One Men's & Women's Challenger ATR 5 Trail Running Shoes (various colors) on sale for $86.43 when you apply promo code KHLC74H. Shipping is free. Thanks TattyBear

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Hoka Bondi if you want max cushion for road running. Hoka clifton if you want a little less than bondi but still want alot of cushion. Hoka speed goat or mach for speed workouts. Cavu for gym or all around trainers. Nurses and doctors love the bondi and clifton for their cushion. Source: I run on roads 20+ miles a week

My back and knee issues vanished using Bondi's.
These are not designed for normal flat pavement, so you may not get as good of a grip as other regular running/walking shoes. The tread on the outsole is more suitable for uneven or rocky trails. They're closer to hiking shoes than to walking shoes.

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Been waiting for speedgoats for ages but I may just grab these. Kiger 5s just aren't cutting it for longer distance
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dumb question but is it bad if you use trail shoes on the road?
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Newbie runner here, I'm 36 and have been cycling regularly for a few years now. Been wanting to get back into running now that my cardio has picked up a bit. I would say I'm a person who supinates when running to a degree, I've got superset greens in the majority of my shoes.

How do these shoes hold up? My experience has mostly been with some Nike Free RN Distance some time ago and I've also got a pair of Adidas adizero Boston Boosts now. The Bostons are pretty rough on the ankles but I guess it could also be my running technique?

Anyways been looking for a pair of trailer running shoes and it's the first time I've heard of this brand.. so any input would be awesome.
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Newbie runner here, I'm 36 and have been cycling regularly for a few years now. Been wanting to get back into running now that my cardio has picked up a bit. I would say I'm a person who supinates when running to a degree, I've got superset greens in the majority of my shoes.

How do these shoes hold up? My experience has mostly been with some Nike Free RN Distance some time ago and I've also got a pair of Adidas adizero Boston Boosts now. The Bostons are pretty rough on the ankles but I guess it could also be my running technique?

Anyways been looking for a pair of trailer running shoes and it's the first time I've heard of this brand.. so any input would be awesome.
I am not sure about this particular model, but Hoka itself is pretty good- got it because of back issues- recommended by chiropractor- definitely didn't disappoint. Worked out very well for me. Heard from word of mouth from other people as well that Hoka's are good.
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How are these shoes for walking. I'm not a runner. I'm a nurse looking for comfortable shoes.
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These are not designed for normal flat pavement, so you may not get as good of a grip as other regular running/walking shoes. The tread on the outsole is more suitable for uneven or rocky trails. They're closer to hiking shoes than to walking shoes.
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How are these shoes for walking. I'm not a runner. I'm a nurse looking for comfortable shoes.
I'm an operating room nurse and all if not most of us including surgeons are using HOKA
Used diff kinds of shoes and been having problem of pain on my feet but when I started using HOKA it helps me a lot, no pain and less feet and leg stress after working for 12 hrs
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If they had the black and yellow color, I would be all over this.
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I am not sure about this particular model, but Hoka itself is pretty good- got it because of back issues- recommended by chiropractor- definitely didn't disappoint. Worked out very well for me. Heard from word of mouth from other people as well that Hoka's are good.
Which model do you run in? I am a neutral runner with back issues
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Which model do you run in? I am a neutral runner with back issues
I'm not really a runner but I walk/jog with my dogs everyday and have been having back issues lately. I picked up the Hoka Bondi 6s ($89 w/ student beans) from jackrabbit a few months ago on a whim b/c of SDers praise on that deal thread and they've given me a lot of support. I wear them anytime I'm going to be walking around a lot and would recommend them. I've never been fitted for running shoes though so I'm not sure what type of runner I'd be.
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dumb question but is it bad if you use trail shoes on the road?
Nope! I actually ran 20 road miles in these yesterday.

The only downside is they are heavier than your average road shoes, but they are super comfortable.
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Which model do you run in? I am a neutral runner with back issues
Hoka Bondi if you want max cushion for road running. Hoka clifton if you want a little less than bondi but still want alot of cushion. Hoka speed goat or mach for speed workouts. Cavu for gym or all around trainers. Nurses and doctors love the bondi and clifton for their cushion. Source: I run on roads 20+ miles a week

My back and knee issues vanished using Bondi's.
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How are these shoes for walking. I'm not a runner. I'm a nurse looking for comfortable shoes.
I have another pair of Hoka's and while they are by the far the most comfortable running shoe I've ever owned they feel a little strange while walking.
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