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Hoka One One Stinson ATR Trail Running Shoes (For Women)

Closeouts. Hoka One One Stinson ATR trail running shoes update the company's popular trail running model with a more durable mesh upper, lower profile tongue and reduced weight. It delivers a pillow-soft landing and boasts the stabilizing Late-Stage Meta-Rocker midsole frame.

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Pain free Kelly from Wisconsin on Friday, January 22, 2016
    I had pani in the ball of my foot this is the only shoe that had the cushion I need to get though the day, will never own a different kind, LOVE,LOVE, LOVE my new shoe's ( I now own 3 pair)
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Rachael from Boulder, CO on Saturday, October 31, 2015
    I have been having foot pain for a few years. Wish I had tried Hokas sooner. I wear them hiking, trail running a little bit (great traction), and a little road running. They take some getting used to because the soles are so thick. I even wear them to work because my feet are so happy in them. These seem to run big and narrow, but I do have wide feet. After wearing a couple times, they are breaking in so my forefoot has more room.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by none from California on Friday, October 23, 2015
    I have very problematic feet. Between bunions, hammer toes and neuroma I have trouble finding comfortable shoes. I can wear this shoe on long walks and not have achy feet. After buying four different brands I finally found the right pair. They have enough padding and toe room to make them very comfortable.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Malarin from Alaska on Sunday, October 18, 2015
    I bought these in a local store and loved them. I saw them on Sierra Trading for much less and bought a second pair. They are so comfortable and have great support. I do not have a wide foot and the medium width was perfect for me. They run true to size. They have a little more height than a lot of other sneakers. I do not mind that, but some may. They come with other shoe laces and different insoles depending on your needs. The shoe laces they come with are a bit strange at first but once you get used to them, they work fine and stay put.
  • Reviewed by T Ray from Indiana on Sunday, October 18, 2015
    I bought these shoes around two months a go only wearing them in the house for the first two weeks just to get used to them. I then started wearing them outside around town but not for my time in the woods, however I wore them on an eleven mile hike in the woods yesterday for the first time and I love them!!! I stopped wearing hiking boots after having a problem with my foot (pf). I am a believer in Hokas for sure now and am thinking I should buy another pair just in case they aren't available when I need a new pair.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Crossword Carole from Webster, NY on Sunday, September 27, 2015
    Hoka was a new brand for me, but I am so glad I tried them. I am 72, have arthritis in my big toes that has had surgery, and walk several miles a day. These are stiff enough to prevent the big toe from flexing too much, but really cushioned underneath...a rare combination!
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by peg from ma on Thursday, September 24, 2015
    love and will get more soon
  • Reviewed by Peaches from Colorado on Friday, September 18, 2015
    love the cushion. If pondering between sizes, I'd go down.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by ChingtingBlue from Asheville NC on Sunday, September 13, 2015
    Took these out for a timed 10k trail run on various grades and they performed beautifully. No stubbed toes and grippy; they may slow you down a touch, but well worth the time over a sprained ankle.
  • Reviewed by Redroxx from Moab on Tuesday, September 1, 2015
    I'm training for a trail half marathon in November and needed to invest in some new kicks. I've been loyal to Brooks for years but my Cascadias don't hold out the sand that we have here in the desert. I had heard about these shoes but was really skeptical, thinking they might be fine for walking but too thick in the sole for running. (especially with my marathon shuffle, I thought I would be constantly tripping)
    For my first run, I stayed on the street and completed about 8 miles in them. I kept laughing the first mile because it literally felt like there were little trampolines in the shoe, cushioning and propelling me.
    Today I decided to try them on a short but steep trail run, about 5.5 miles. The last time I did this run, I had to stop and dump sand out of my shoes. Not this time. I also noticed that my running stance seemed more upright and my balance coming down hill was better. I love the wide toe box and lacing system. Yes, they do look weird but I think I'm falling in love.
    I am typically an 8.5-9.0 in a shoe and a neutral foot so went with the 9.5 and it feels correct. There was also room in the shoe to add my orthotics. I've only got the two runs in them so cannot comment on their longevity but I go through a few pairs of runners per year anyway and at $75 I felt it was worth taking a chance. So far, I'm glad I did.
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