Women's HOKA ONE ONE STINSON TRAIL :: Treat your strides to an extra-large boost of energy and comfort when you hit the road in the women's Hoka Stinson Trail, the latest running shoe from the original oversized athletic footwear company. You'll bound through your runs with an energized, highly-protected bounce in Hoka One One®'s innovative midsole design that delivers up to 2.5 times more volume of propriety performance foam than standard running shoes. Amazingly, all of this added cushioning won't interfere with your connection to the road because you'll also get a surprisingly responsive ride from the progressive rolling rocker midsole engineering. And just when you thought it couldn't get any better, your every step will feel strong and sure thanks to the 360° stability provided by this running shoe's unique sidewall design. 10.0 ounces
Features & Benefits:
Amplified Midsole Geometry: Outstanding impact absorption with a lively and highly comfortable feel underfoot
Active Rocker Profile: Provides a smooth full ground contact and energy efficient stride transition from the heel strike to the push off
Active Foot Frame design: Recessed footbed frames the foot, providing a full 360° stability, which equates to a more stable ride performance
Minimum Drop Geometry midsole design: Creates a natural foot motion, which is extremely important for uniformity of stride and promoting consistent foot strike rhythm
I just ran my first trail 50k and some of my friends mentioned the Hoka One One's and I became very curious about them. My lower back really takes a beating on long runs so these just seemed like the perfect choice (and I'm happy I purchased them). I was mainly going to use them on the road but find myself using them just as much on the trails. I was a bit concerned about how thick they are and possibly turning my ankle but never had a problem at all. Most of the trails I run are not super technical, so I cannot comment on their performance regarding that. I do think that they run about a 1/2 size too large. I wear a 9 in Brooks Cascadia (fit perfect) so I purchased a 9 in the Stinson EVO and the shoe upper is more roomy then my Brooks..so I would like for them to be a bit more snug/narrow around my mid food and heel. The toebox is perfect since I like my toes to have some room to wiggle. I have a narrow foot so that does not help. I use women's superfeet in them and that helps take up some room and I wear thicker socks also. The one pull lacing system is great and the loop that works with gaiters is a great addition. I would definitely purchase another pair; just a 1/2 size smaller.
Sun City, CA
try the stinson lite first
I am a 58 year old (average build) and I thought I would try the Hoka line to see if it helps. First off, I bought these online and should have gone to a running store but I had a fun run coming up and wanted to try them. I bought the 8 because the reviews here said they ran big. I have a wide foot and thought they'd be ok. On the fun run, they definitely provided the cushioning I needed, but felt too rigid. They were definitely the wrong size but that was my fault. I have since returned them and went to a running store and purchased two pair of the Hoka Stinson Lite in 8 1/2. These shoes (and the Clifton which also felt good but the stinson lites seemed to provide a bit more stability) are a dream if you want cushioning. I have put about 40 miles on the Stinson Lites so far and my only complaint on them is that they feel a little slick on wet roads. As I stated, I am 58 and run about 25 miles a week. My knees, hips and lower back don't ache after I do my long runs in these shoes and I seem to recover alot faster....TRY THE HOKA LINE!!!!!
Highly recommend these!
I've been having some issues with my feet (coming off of a stress fracture), and was looking for a shoe with great padding. This is it! It took a little getting used to; it's got a bigger toe box and fits more loosely than my Brooks Transcend. I pronate a lot and usually get a motion-control shoe, but along with my orthodics, the Stinson Trail runner does it -- even though it's rated a "neutral" shoe. I agree with the other reviewers that its "spring" helps propel me forward, giving me a better stride. I now wear my Transcends for walking around, and these for running. They also work great on both trail and pavement.
Built for Distance, Not Speed
I only just got them as a Christmas gift. This is my second pair of Hokas. I have ran in the Bondi B and my sensitive feet are still happy. I also run trails and was in need of a new trail pair. I decided on these as I love and need that extra cushion. I have yet to "get them dirty" but out of the box they seemed to fit my feet even better than the Bondi. Without running in them yet ( I can tell all will be good) I have to say I am very pleased. I gave 4 stars just because I have not trail tested them yet, but spring is just around the corner :)I am coming from a pair of brooks Cascadia's that I just loved, but Hokas will be a better fit for me.
Puyallup/Cle Elum WA
Terrific Shoe on the trails and road!!!
Three months ago I sprained my ankle with an avulsion fraction. I have recently returned to training and have been running trails and road surfaces. So far I have done one 6 mile training run and one 4 mile trail run in these shoes. All I have to say is WOW! These are the most comfortable running shoes I have ever worn. These shoes so far feel great and supportive on various terrain. I will check back in as I increase my mileage and respond to durability etc.
Recently returned to training after a lateral ankle sprain with avulsion fracture. So far I have done one 6 miler on the road and one 4 miler on trails using these shoes. All I have to say is WOW!!! I believe these are the most comfortable running shoes I have ever worn in years. They feel so natural and I forget that I am even wearing them. I will come back to give an update as I increase my training over the next few weeks to months.
Love my Hokas
This is my second pair of Hokas. I do a lot of trail running and my new pair have been great. I usually wear a size 7 for my running shoes, but the 7's were too big and so I sent them back for 6 1/2. I love the way they fit and feel on my feet while running on trails and road.
almost a believer
The heel seems to slip a little. If I lace them tighter, then the shoe is too tight. This makes the sock slip down a little, too. The cushion, though, is great. I feel I run faster with these shoes as they have this great spring to them. And little soreness afterwards, even when I push it.
My feet instantly felt warmer than in my regular running shoes. I suppose that might make them too hot in the summer but was okay for winter. After running about an hour my foot moved inside the shoe some, which I did not like but might work for trails. They had good traction in snowy icy conditions!
Frannie loves distance runs
I have been amazed at the cushioning these shoes provide. They are very comfortable. True to size or a little big, might want to order down half size. I have only used them road running so far and they are great. I look forward to trail running with them can't give an opinion on that yet.
I have Fat Pad Atrophy on my left foot and this shoe was recommended by my podiatrist, who also uses it. Very light weight for the amount of cushioning you get. I usually wear 1 full size larger in running shoes from my regular shoe size but I only had to 1/2 size bigger on this shoe. This shoe fit me way better than the Mafate.
Aliso Viejo, CA
I am a long distance runner who has been having challenges with Plantar Fascitis. Since changing over to Hoka's I ahve no heel pain. When I am done with a long run my legs and feet do not feel as fatigued, the shoes really absorb the shock withoutfeeling "clunky" they are the best.
LOVE THESE! Amazing Support!
I love these shoes, I needed something with excellent support and stability. These were perfect, definitely great for trail and downhill running...these shoes absorb so much impact--like running on pillows.
I love hills CO
Colorado Springs, CO
Crazy good padding
Running 45-60 miles per week coming back from a broken foot (sesamoid). Completely eliminates the pain I've been in for 6 months. Great for trail running. Actually used them in late May/early June in Glacier National Park - on mud, snow, you name it. Were amazing and actually kept my feet quite dry. Not sure that they are waterproof, but they sure seemed to perform like it. One thing I don't like is that on wet blacktop (e.g., the road-to-rails biking trail I like to run on), they seem to slip and make a horrible sucking noise with every step. I do also feel some post-run ankle pain (in my good foot) which I do not when I wear my Nike Zoom Vomeros. But the Hokas have much better padding so I wear them for my longer runs.
Womens Hoka One One Stinson Trail Running Shoe
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