HOKA ONE ONE Men’s Clifton 4 Wide Running Shoe Griffin/Micro Chip Size 10 Wide 2E

October 1, 2019 - Comment

As you’d expect from its award-winning Clifton lineage, the 4 is light, cushy, and very, very fast. At its core is HOKA’s famed midsole geometry, which has been given an upgraded foam package to ensure consistent cushioning through the life of the shoe. Combined with an even more forgiving and adaptive forefoot, we’re talking a

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As you’d expect from its award-winning Clifton lineage, the 4 is light, cushy, and very, very fast. At its core is HOKA’s famed midsole geometry, which has been given an upgraded foam package to ensure consistent cushioning through the life of the shoe. Combined with an even more forgiving and adaptive forefoot, we’re talking a smoother ride than ever. Then there’s CLIFTON 4’s surprising new look, which will turn heads. And that’s even before they experience the improved fit and breathable mesh upper. While still very much a Clifton, there’s an air of refinement to this latest iteration. We take new additions to the award-winning Clifton family seriously, and we believe Clifton 4 is the best Clifton yet.

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Anonymous says:

still feel pretty much the same By running standards, I’m a heavier runner, and I have flat feet. I used to wear Brooks Beast and Brooks Addiction to give you an idea. I found Hoka around Clifton 2 and then bought 2 pair of Clifton 3. I received these last week and have already gotten a couple runs in. They offer a bit more support than the Clifton 3 and, overall, still feel pretty much the same. I got the black with teal and yellow accents. It looks much better than my Clifton 3 with less of a plastic style look. Unless they…

Anonymous says:

Shoes of the Gods Now that they are significantly less goofy looking, these are hands down the best running shoes ever for anyone who likes heavy miles, but has sore feet/ankles/knees etc. I have had ankle (since car vs my leg accident 30 years ago) and heel pain that I’ve run through with asics, brooks, Nike, and new balance high end shoes. These are basically magic as I’m doing 10 mile runs with ZERO heel or ankle pain. The difference is unbelievable!

Anonymous says:

Best shoes for bad knees and ankles I’ve suffered multiple injuries over the years from soccer. Ankles (too many times to count), hamstrings, knees, and with track I have a recurring case of shin splints. Disneyland is hell for me usually. I was in physical therapy for about 6 months for my knee and it did not clear up until I bought these shoes. I went to Disneyland and walked for a few days with them and my knee just cleared up. They have so much padding that it takes all the shock off your joints. Some of my family didn’t like…

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