I don't see why not. Just know the lugs won't hold up as long on asphalt or cement as on dirt trails. The lugs on this shoe are listed as some of the bigger lugs I've seen. I'm replacing the Stinson ATR model of which I've worn a few. The Stinson ATR is a bit wider hence a little more ground contact for a more secure perch. Personally I just wanted to try something a little less obvious than the Stinson. I hope the Speedgoat will be much like the Stinson in durability which I've worn on both trail AND road for the past year. For the record, Hoka's seem to run a bit large. I've worn my street shoe size in the last 4 pair vs. usually sizing up a whole size for road running shoes. Hope this helps. If they don't work you can probably return them but I know that's a hassle.
Answered on 11/5/2016 4:16:05 PM by sparksant from New Mexico
Yes, these can be used on a paved trail.
Answered on 11/7/2016 3:42:35 PM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post