Simply put, it’s fast
Inspired by the smooth waves of the world-famous Rincon surf spot, this shoe is easily a best-in-class contender. The Rincon 2 packs amazing cushioning into an extremely lightweight shoe for an ultra-soft, effortlessly weightless feel. Virtually disappearing on the foot, the Rincon 2 utilizes a revamped upper, moving from single-layer mesh to refined, engineered mesh. Fined tuned for specific wear zones, engineered mesh is breathable across the forefoot and secure along the midfoot. Delivering a stripped-back profile, the Rincon 2 provides a speedy boost that’s ready for training sessions or race day.
- Engineered sandwich mesh upper offers lightweight breathability.
- Slim tongue package reduces weight.
- Accentuated heel pull tab for easy entry.
- Full-compression EVA midsole provides signature HOKA cushioning.
- Revised early-stage Meta-Rocker allows for a quick acceleration.
- Full ground contact designed for smooth and stable ride.
- Strategic high-abrasion rubber zones to reduce weight.
Best for: Road.
Real weight: 225 g (Us 9).
Drop: 5 mm.
Hoka One One was created with one goal in mind — make running easier. They do things differently, from the look of the shoes all the way to the technologies that make them possible. If you’ve ever worn a pair, you know what the Hoka difference feels like, but there's a lot that goes on behind the scenes.
Over the years, they’ve become synonymous with premium cushioning – and for good reason. They are constantly searching for lighter, more responsive and durable cushion that protects without compromising performance. This has allowed them to add faster, lighter shoes to the range.
Meta-Rocker, or wheels for your feet, is all about the geometry. They combine a low heel-toe drop, the unique-shaped midsoles and signature Hoka cushioning to complement a runner's normal gait cycle and drive you forward.
Profly™ is a dual-density midsole with a forgiving landing and a responsive toe off. That means they use softer cushioning in the heel and firmer foam in the forefoot, so you can land comfortably, but push off quickly.