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  • Responsiveness is further enhanced by the RMAT outsole which eliminates the excess weight of traditional rubber while offering high-rebound cushioning and traction
  • Reined fit midfoot and a wide base deliver a comfortable and stable ride
  • Lightweight, no-sew thermoplastic lattice on the uppers provides forefoot support
  • Lightweight, formfitting heel construction
  • Microfiber-reinforced midfoot support
  • Early stage meta-rocker
  • Pro2lite midsoles balance propulsion and protection
  • Forefoot matrix technology provides dynamic cushioning and flexibility at a light weight; oversize active foot frames maximize tuned stability

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Specs

Best Use Running
Running Shoe Support Neutral
Running Shoe Cushioning Maximum
Heel-To-Toe Drop (mm) 4
Footwear Height Ankle
Footwear Closure Lace-up
Upper Synthetic mesh/polyurethane
Lining Foam/Lycra spandex
Midsole EVA/RMAT
Outsole RMAT
Average Footwear Weight (Pair) 14 ounces
Gender Women's

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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not the Clayton I loved The Clayton 1 was my favorite shoe of all time. Call this shoe what you will, but please don't call it a "Clayton." Clayton 1 had a perfectly structured sole that gently encouraged a roll onto the forefoot. The only thing this shoe "encourages" is to run home and put on a different one. Clayton 1 was perfect- a light, responsive alternative to the occasionally too-soft Clifton. The Clayton 2 might aptly be named the "squish, sink and stop." It is now more squishy life the Clifton, but without the soft support and lacks the responsiveness and "roll" of Clayton 1. You sink, you squish, you stop. No roll, no go.
Date published: 2017-06-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love my Hoka Clayton 2s! I am a senior endurance athlete with lots of joint and arthritic issues. During a triathlon there is quite a bit of strain on my old body and by the time I get to the run I am aching...these things feel like I am jumping onto a cloud! They are so lightweight and responsive at the same time! Also with an average width foot and narrow heels I often have an issue with slipping and these stay firmly planted on my feet. The fabric is amazing and very breathable...my feet stay dry and comfortable. I am a fan!
Date published: 2017-05-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Blisters, again! :( I tried the first Claytons, and loved them except that they were too narrow mid-foot and rubbed blisters on the inside of my arch. Bought these as soon as they came out hoping the problem was fixed...it was not! I've been running for many years and have never had a problem like this with multiple other brands. I love Hoka as they're the only shoes I can run long distance in without pain from a hallux limitus toe problem...I currently run in the Bondi, and have a love/hate relationship with them. They prevent my toe pain, but I hate that they just feel clunky and slow at times. Guess my search for a sleeker, trimmed down rocker shoe continues! Bottom line: if you had a blister problem with the last Clayton, you will with these too.
Date published: 2017-04-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love these shoes I alternate the Clayton 2 with the Clifton 3 and the Arahi. I have only ran in the Clayton in shorter distances, 5 miles or less thus far. I really enjoy running in them, they are light and airy, like running on clouds, don't even realize I have shoes on at times. I have worn them with compression socks and running socks, so far, no rubbing nor hot spots. Clifton 3 is still my favorite though.
Date published: 2017-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Why did I wait so long??? My husband bought his Hokas a few months ago and immediately started nagging that I just had to buy a pair. I thought the shoes I had were fine but boy was I wrong! My new Hokas are so comfortable I don't even change my shoes when we get home from our morning walk. I have very wide feet and these are the first shoes I've ever owned that don't scrunch my toes up. Thank you Hoka!!! Lake Walker .
Date published: 2017-04-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Found my "sole" mate I love this shoe! I just bought my second pair and the newest version did not disappoint. I originally bought this shoe as the long distance alternative to my favored shoe - Altra Impulse - but I have since discovered that this is an all in one shoe for me. My short runs are effortless in these light and responsive shoes but my feet are protected and supported from the additional pounding of a marathon distance. I did switch out the shoe liner in both pairs. In this version, I found that the shapeless liner caused my foot to slide around within the shoe a bit but it was a simple fix using a liner from another pair of running shoes I have laying around. This shoe is roomy and I have a slender foot. These felt a little wide and sloppy at first but my feet were happy once I found the correct lacing tension for my midfoot and heel.
Date published: 2017-06-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Cute but problematic I found these to be OK for shorter runs, but as soon as my mileage started to climb, the shoes became problematic. The soles are thick (they're Hokas, after all), and I think that keeps them from moving with my feet. As a result, when my legs start to get tired, and I begin to pronate a bit (which these, moderate stability shoes are supposed to help with), my foot slides inside the shoe, and I start to develop blisters/hot spots. I went down half a size from my usual shoe size, and the problem persists; the shoes aren't too big, there's just a design flaw somewhere that doesn't allow them to move with you. I'll keep the shoes for shorter runs, because I love the color. I would love to find a Hoka that would accommodate my mild pronation, while still being super responsive.
Date published: 2017-05-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent so light weight! I power walk everyday the shoes are amazing so comfortable!
Date published: 2017-05-09
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What's the difference between the Clayton and the clifton which is more of a neutral womens running shoe

Asked by: Allymay
The RMAT outsole on the Clayton is more responsive and firmer than the outsole on the Clifton. Whereas, the Clifton is a little bit softer and more cushioned.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-22
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