New Hoka One One

New HOKA ONE ONE for 2013

 RAPA NUI COMP

A new lightweight trail shoe for 2013

 The Rapa Nui Comp is the new addition to the trail offerings available from Hoka One One. It still has all the benefits of the Hoka range – cushioning, rocker profile and bucket seat but offers a more minimalist approach. It has a 5mm drop and 1.5x cushioning. Designed for the fast trail runner who requires more feel over longer distances or for those runners who require a lighter shoe for shorter races/ training.

  • Upper: Synthetic PU /Polyester Mesh / TPU
  • Lining: Polyester fabric
  • Midcsole:  HiR Eva – 1,5X volume
  • Cushioning: Under Meta: 21 mm / Under Heel: 26 mm
  • Heel to toe drop: 5mm
  • Hoka Grip – 4 mm Lugs
  • Footbed: 2 mm die cut Ortolite
  • Lacing: Quick fit
  • Sizes women: 4-8UK
  • Sizes men: 7-13,5Uk
  • Weight:  275gr (in 8UK) – 240gr (in 5UK)

KAILUA COMP

A new lightweight road shoe for 2013

 The Kailua Comp is the new addition to the road offerings available from Hoka One One. It still has all the benefits of the Hoka range – cushioning, rocker profile and bucket seat but offers a more minimalist approach. It has a 5mm drop and 1.5x cushioning. Designed for the fast road runner who requires more feel over longer distances or for those runners who require a lighter shoe for shorter  races/ training. 

  • Upper: Synthetic PU /Polyester Mesh / TPU
  • Lining: Polyester fabric
  • Midsole: HiR Eva – 1,5X volume
  • Cushioning:  Meta: 21 mm / Under Heel: 26 mm
  • Heel to toe drop: 5 mm
  • Outsole: Hoka Grip – 1,5 mm Lugs
  • Footbed: 2 mm die cut Ortolite
  •  Lacing: Standard
  • Sizes women:  4-8Uk
  • Sizes men: 7-13Uk
  • Weight: (in 8UK) – 230gr (in 5UK)

These shoes will have a selling price of £139.00 and £134.00 in Feb/ March 2013. They are available to Pre Order at www.hokaoneoneuk.co.uk for a discount of £20.

Orders can be made now with a February/ March delivery.

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      • Thanks Ian, am very excited about these shoes! Am planning my first Ultra around September, have tried some Mafate’s on but don’t want to go full moonboot just yet! Like minimalist running, I’d rather adapt to the level of cushioning gradually.

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