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  • Enjoy the feel of Hoka One One road-running shoes in a design that's built for trail running—cushy, fast and surefooted
  • Breathable upper with reinforcing overlays
  • 3D Puff Print Frame offers lightweight support
  • Rubber-tipped 4mm lugs provide all-terrain traction
  • Early State Meta-Rocker provides a smooth ride
  • Oversize EVA midsoles deliver lightweight cushioning
  • Podular outsole design enhances stability on uneven terrain

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Specs

Best Use Trail Running
Trail-Running Shoe Type Light-Trail
Running Shoe Cushioning Maximum
Heel-To-Toe Drop (mm) 5
Footwear Height Ankle
Footwear Closure Lace-up
Upper Synthetic
Lining Foam/Lycra
Midsole EVA
Outsole Rubber
Rock Plate No
Average Footwear Weight (Pair) 15.8 ounces
Gender Women's

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Wider toe box a plus The wider toe box compared to the ATR 1 is good. The new insole did not work for me. My socks kept bunching up in the forefoot areas. Swapped insoles with old ATR's insole. Problem went away. There does not seem to be as much cushion as the ATR 1 had. I ran on asphalt and rocky and sandy trails. Bottom of feet were tired from running a combination of 6 miles on asphalt and 8 miles on trails. I don't think the rocker transition effect is as pronounced in the ATR 3 as it is in the ATR 1. These new ATR3's are okay but I like the older ATR fit, feel, and cushion better. Now if only Hoka would send me some insoles from the ATR 1 or 2.
Date published: 2017-03-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great trail shoe, but narrow in forefoot Pros: So glad I finally bought trail-specific shoes. Traction is really good and my feel are well-protected from rocks. I was concerned about the thick Hoka sole on the trail. I was afraid that I wouldn't have a good "feel" of the trail and that it might be easier to roll an ankle. Neither were a problem. This is a great trail shoe. Cons: Like the Clifton, I've found the forefoot narrow and experienced heel-slipping (which I've never experienced in running shoes). I've experimented with alternate lacing, but the laces are too short to easily use a heel-lock. I may need to purchase longer laces. I would really like a wider forefoot.
Date published: 2017-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hoka wins again! I've been wearing Hoka trail shoes since 2013. First Stinsons now Challengers. When I first started running trails I had some nasty wipe outs, that kept me off trails for over a year. In late 2014 I was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis my Challenger ATRs have kept me running pain free. The Challenger is a soft smooth ride, with just enough stability to keep me confident on the trails. With that new found confidence wearing Challengers I have completed my first, and second Ultra. I bought the Challenger ATR 3 with hopes that it would hold up like its predecessor, and it has and then some! I took them out of the box and on my feet for 10 on the trail. Perfect cushion and support!
Date published: 2017-01-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointing My first pair of HOKAS challengers 2 changed my running life I loved them! For my birthday I asked for the challengers 3. Went out for 8 Mile run and yikes!!! My toes were hurting and my feet were on fire! They actually felt like they were asleep in spots! I ordered same exact size as first pair. I tried another run to see if maybe they just needed breaking in and nope. Same thing in adittion to my toes being very sore during and after run and feet on fire my ankles are sore. Total bummer....
Date published: 2017-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Happy Feet! I have never been happier with a pair of athletic shoes and I've had many over the 50 years I have been using them! The HOKA ONE ONE trail running shoe is so comfortable, cushy yet stable, that all my normal foot sensitivities disappear and never show up from beginning to end, no matter how long I am in them. At the same time they are so padded, they are also excellent gripping the loose dirt and stones on the steep declines. Plenty of room in the toe box, a totally comfortable shoe, I want a pair in every color, both street and trail. Thank you, HOKA ONE ONE, you have a happy customer for life.
Date published: 2017-04-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Toes screaming for room....!!! In the last year You have decided to go main stream and make your shoes like everyone else...Toe box was great the way you first started. Now is to small and tight on the sides...Yes..you offer wides, but limited styles and wides usual mean wide all the way back to the heel...Which means to wide for most people.
Date published: 2017-04-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love it except wish toebox was wider I wear Cliftons for the road and love them! I was hoping this shoe was going to have similar geometry to the Clifton. Yes, it's similar but I need a wider toebox on my ATRs. I have a bad bunion and the shoe aggravates it. No problems with the Clifton though. So... yes I like them but would love a little wider toebox.
Date published: 2017-01-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Smooth cushioned ride, but overheats I really wanted to like this shoe. I liked the Challenger ATR 1 (skipped the 2 because it did not improve much on the 1) and was excited to try out the ATR 3 because the shoe looked redesigned. It sits a little lower to the ground and offers a smoother ride than the ATR 1. However, the mesh does not breathe and my foot gets hopelessly hot after about 6 miles. I tried changing out the insoles, but the insoles are not the problem. It is the new mesh. This same mesh is used in the Speed Instinct and renders an otherwise awesome shoe to useless for runs beyond 6 miles. That is a deal breaker for me because I typically only race distances 13.1 and higher. I am so sad Hoka can't get this right. This shoe would otherwise be a great alternative to the Clifton which has become nothing like the original. The Challenger actually rides much like the original Clifton so many of us grew to love and miss so sorely. As my stockpile wanes, I find myself more and more desperate to find a replacement. This came the closest, but fails sorely in the tempurature regulatory department.
Date published: 2016-12-12
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Which women's  Hoka trail running shoes are best for moderate over pronators?

Asked by: Lunabloom
This shoe is designed for neutral runners. The HOKA ONE ONE Stinson ATR 4 Trail-Running Shoes are a great option for trail-running shoes for pronators. https://www.rei.com/b/hoka-one-one/c/womens-trail-running-shoes
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-15

Do these come in a wide width?

Asked by: Flossie
​These shoes only come in the women's standard width of "B".
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-17

i have had foot surgery to replace my first metatarsal head-which Hoka has the thickest cushion beneath the first MTP joint- my old Stinsons were the best shoe- looking now for a replacement

Asked by: forefootannie
Please contact the manufacturer directly for the most accurate details regarding cushion at particular points in the shoe.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-19

What is the best Hoka shoe to work out on a gym floor? Lots of high impact and dance moves involved in Jazzercise.

Asked by: Judi B3
HOKA ONE ONE does not market their running shoes for gym use or cross-training. Trail running shoes will likely offer more lateral support but may leave marks on a gym floor.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-08

are these shoes machine washable with the insoles in?

Asked by: Vsamp
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Reviews

Rated 3 out of 5 by from Wider toe box a plus The wider toe box compared to the ATR 1 is good. The new insole did not work for me. My socks kept bunching up in the forefoot areas. Swapped insoles with old ATR's insole. Problem went away. There does not seem to be as much cushion as the ATR 1 had. I ran on asphalt and rocky and sandy trails. Bottom of feet were tired from running a combination of 6 miles on asphalt and 8 miles on trails. I don't think the rocker transition effect is as pronounced in the ATR 3 as it is in the ATR 1. These new ATR3's are okay but I like the older ATR fit, feel, and cushion better. Now if only Hoka would send me some insoles from the ATR 1 or 2.
Date published: 2017-03-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great trail shoe, but narrow in forefoot Pros: So glad I finally bought trail-specific shoes. Traction is really good and my feel are well-protected from rocks. I was concerned about the thick Hoka sole on the trail. I was afraid that I wouldn't have a good "feel" of the trail and that it might be easier to roll an ankle. Neither were a problem. This is a great trail shoe. Cons: Like the Clifton, I've found the forefoot narrow and experienced heel-slipping (which I've never experienced in running shoes). I've experimented with alternate lacing, but the laces are too short to easily use a heel-lock. I may need to purchase longer laces. I would really like a wider forefoot.
Date published: 2017-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hoka wins again! I've been wearing Hoka trail shoes since 2013. First Stinsons now Challengers. When I first started running trails I had some nasty wipe outs, that kept me off trails for over a year. In late 2014 I was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis my Challenger ATRs have kept me running pain free. The Challenger is a soft smooth ride, with just enough stability to keep me confident on the trails. With that new found confidence wearing Challengers I have completed my first, and second Ultra. I bought the Challenger ATR 3 with hopes that it would hold up like its predecessor, and it has and then some! I took them out of the box and on my feet for 10 on the trail. Perfect cushion and support!
Date published: 2017-01-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointing My first pair of HOKAS challengers 2 changed my running life I loved them! For my birthday I asked for the challengers 3. Went out for 8 Mile run and yikes!!! My toes were hurting and my feet were on fire! They actually felt like they were asleep in spots! I ordered same exact size as first pair. I tried another run to see if maybe they just needed breaking in and nope. Same thing in adittion to my toes being very sore during and after run and feet on fire my ankles are sore. Total bummer....
Date published: 2017-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Happy Feet! I have never been happier with a pair of athletic shoes and I've had many over the 50 years I have been using them! The HOKA ONE ONE trail running shoe is so comfortable, cushy yet stable, that all my normal foot sensitivities disappear and never show up from beginning to end, no matter how long I am in them. At the same time they are so padded, they are also excellent gripping the loose dirt and stones on the steep declines. Plenty of room in the toe box, a totally comfortable shoe, I want a pair in every color, both street and trail. Thank you, HOKA ONE ONE, you have a happy customer for life.
Date published: 2017-04-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Toes screaming for room....!!! In the last year You have decided to go main stream and make your shoes like everyone else...Toe box was great the way you first started. Now is to small and tight on the sides...Yes..you offer wides, but limited styles and wides usual mean wide all the way back to the heel...Which means to wide for most people.
Date published: 2017-04-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love it except wish toebox was wider I wear Cliftons for the road and love them! I was hoping this shoe was going to have similar geometry to the Clifton. Yes, it's similar but I need a wider toebox on my ATRs. I have a bad bunion and the shoe aggravates it. No problems with the Clifton though. So... yes I like them but would love a little wider toebox.
Date published: 2017-01-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Smooth cushioned ride, but overheats I really wanted to like this shoe. I liked the Challenger ATR 1 (skipped the 2 because it did not improve much on the 1) and was excited to try out the ATR 3 because the shoe looked redesigned. It sits a little lower to the ground and offers a smoother ride than the ATR 1. However, the mesh does not breathe and my foot gets hopelessly hot after about 6 miles. I tried changing out the insoles, but the insoles are not the problem. It is the new mesh. This same mesh is used in the Speed Instinct and renders an otherwise awesome shoe to useless for runs beyond 6 miles. That is a deal breaker for me because I typically only race distances 13.1 and higher. I am so sad Hoka can't get this right. This shoe would otherwise be a great alternative to the Clifton which has become nothing like the original. The Challenger actually rides much like the original Clifton so many of us grew to love and miss so sorely. As my stockpile wanes, I find myself more and more desperate to find a replacement. This came the closest, but fails sorely in the tempurature regulatory department.
Date published: 2016-12-12
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Questions & Answers

Which women's  Hoka trail running shoes are best for moderate over pronators?

Asked by: Lunabloom
This shoe is designed for neutral runners. The HOKA ONE ONE Stinson ATR 4 Trail-Running Shoes are a great option for trail-running shoes for pronators. https://www.rei.com/b/hoka-one-one/c/womens-trail-running-shoes
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-15

Do these come in a wide width?

Asked by: Flossie
​These shoes only come in the women's standard width of "B".
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-17

i have had foot surgery to replace my first metatarsal head-which Hoka has the thickest cushion beneath the first MTP joint- my old Stinsons were the best shoe- looking now for a replacement

Asked by: forefootannie
Please contact the manufacturer directly for the most accurate details regarding cushion at particular points in the shoe.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-19

What is the best Hoka shoe to work out on a gym floor? Lots of high impact and dance moves involved in Jazzercise.

Asked by: Judi B3
HOKA ONE ONE does not market their running shoes for gym use or cross-training. Trail running shoes will likely offer more lateral support but may leave marks on a gym floor.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-08

are these shoes machine washable with the insoles in?

Asked by: Vsamp
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