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  • Supple, durable nubuck and suede leather uppers
  • eVent® waterproof, breathable full-bootie membrane keeps feet dry
  • Late-stage Meta-Rocker geometry
  • Active foot frame stability
  • Full-length EVA top midsole for cushioning
  • Engineered RMAT midsole for support
  • Technical midfoot geometry is designed to increase underfoot stability on uneven terrain
  • Vibram® MegaGrip high-traction outsoles have 5mm lugs


View all HOKA ONE ONE Women's Hiking Shoes

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Best Use Hiking
Footwear Height Ankle
Footwear Closure Lace-up
Waterproof Yes
Upper Nubuck/suede leather
Lining Polyester/mesh
Midsole EVA Foam
Outsole Vibram rubber
Average Footwear Weight (Pair) 1 lb. 8.6 oz.
Gender Women's

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Shoes I first discovered Hoka's when I was dealing with plantar fasciitis and have loved them ever since. I have several pairs. I bought these shoes because I wanted a waterproof outdoor shoe. They are great not only for hiking but I wear them for every day activities. These were the only shoes I took on a trip to Ireland and I wore them everywhere. I originally purchased a size 7.5 but they felt too big so returned them for a size 7. I have narrow feet but I wear thick socks and the fit is great. The toe box is roomy so my toes do not feel cramped. I have gotten these shoes quite dirty but they easily clean up with water and a rag.
Date published: 2016-03-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Too narrow This is supposed to be the wide option now that they changed the width of the Stintson. This is WAY too narrow for a wide foot. I couldn't even tolerate them on my feet for five minutes. The tongue is also very tight which is good for someone with a narrow foot. It definitely makes the shoe more snug, but for me, it just made it more tight and uncomfortable. This was not a quality issue. The shoes are high quality. It's just now there are no good options in the Hoka line for a wide foot. The length seemed a bit tighter too for my normal size in Hoka shoes.
Date published: 2015-12-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from my go to shoe for light hiking Comfortable after a few miles. Agree that the tongue needs to be just right in these -I have high arches, slightly narrow, low volume foot so the cushion is important. I've broken many bones in my feet so the rocker bottom helps to keep my feet happy. Got these in September and wear them for daily 5-6 mile hikes in dirt/sand/rock terrain. They are warm and waterproof so I've worn them in the snow too on all but the coldest of days in the Wasatch. The tread is lasting much better than my Hoka Stintons. I would get these again.
Date published: 2016-03-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointed Hoka shoes are my go to for walking so I had great hopes for a hiking shoe. I used these shoes for short hikes (5-8 miles) and took them to Yosemite for our family vacation (40 miles in 3 days). Every hike ended up with blisters on both toes. I tried thicker socks and still had issues. The thing I liked about this shoe is the cushioning, I did not feel the miles. I have narrow feet and was surprised to have this issue.
Date published: 2016-05-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not very comfy I have been buying Hoka's for well over a year to help with my plantar faciaitis. I love your running shoes and hoped these would be equally comfortable. I put in many miles a day and needed a waterproof winter shoe, but this is not it. Even with orthotics for my high arches, I end the day with tremendous foot pain and calf pain. Wish they would work - I might try the others, but I'll be sending these back.
Date published: 2016-01-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good, need changes As an fyi, my hiking experience in these shoes is in SW Colorado, trails ranging from lots of talus to smooth dirt, with 1500' to 4,000' of elevation change per hike. On to the shoe.... The Pros: Well-made, waterproof, well-cushioned, as one would expect from Hoka. After a long (10+) mile hike, the bottoms of my feet do not feel beat-up. They are definitely waterproof, as I have walked through shallow streams and wet foliage with them, and my feet have stayed dry. The Cons: Unfortunately, I was expecting the light and nimble feel of the Hoka ATR trail runner...these do not have that kind of feel. These hikers feel a bit clunky and somewhat heavy. If you're a Hoka fan, it might be hard to get past that (it was for me). They also have (I think) a narrow and thick tongue. This caused the top of my feet to feel bruised for the first few hikes along the edges of the tongue. I have never had this problem after years of hiking (and many different brands of shoe). After six hikes in these, the tongue has softened up and I've been able to hike without foot pain. I hope that Hoka makes this with a flatter, wider tongue, lightens the shoe a bit and makes them more like their running shoe - they'll be better. I will keep these as they are now comfortable and I think they will last a while. However, the price tag is hefty and honestly, there are more nimble and lightweight waterproof hikers out there for less $$.
Date published: 2015-09-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this shoe! Because of foot problems, I only wear Hoka. This shoe is perfect for winter--warm, good traction, looks nice with all my pants and jeans.
Date published: 2015-11-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great hiking shoe I love the lightweight Hoka trail shoes for hiking. I like to move quickly and feel the trail, so a trail runner is better than a hiking boot. I like the Mafate slightly better on the trail, especially on descents, but the grip on the TOR summit is exceptional. I'm not sure about the waterproof aspect - I've never worn waterproof shoes and these seemed to get just as soaked in a rainy hike as any other shoe. Not an issue for me though.
Date published: 2015-10-03
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what is the heel to toe drop measurement?

Asked by: Bernerfarmgirl
​These hiking shoes have a 4mm drop
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-02-27
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