How much do you really love your Hoka OneOne?

Some friends just sent us this pic in answer to the above question. It’s their way of saying ‘a lot’!

Thanks Shane & Belinda! I think you've covered pretty much every model.

Thanks Shane & Belinda! I think you’ve covered pretty much every model.

They even got the font right. 🙂

What is the difference between the Hoka models?

One of the most common things we get asked when we’re at triathlon, health & fitness, and running expo’s or signing up new stores is this very question: What is the difference between the Hoka models?

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Over the next couple of weeks, we’ll be answering this for you here at http://www.hokaoneoneaustralia.com by posting an individual overview of each model:

Kailua Trail

As well as talking about each model in individual detail, we’ll make some simple but useful comparisons by pointing out things like the benefits of the Bondi 3 to the runner with a higher volume foot relative to the Stinson Tarmac which deliberately fits more closely for a responsive feel, or how someone who wants the cushioning of a Hoka but feels they collapse a bit in the Kailua will find that the Conquest, while still a neutral shoe, offers a previously unknown level of control and guidance in a Hoka.

Simply click the little rectangle on the right hand side of your screen that says ‘Follow Hoka OneOne’ to get these articles and update notifications emailed to you as they’re posted over the coming weeks.

Stinson Trail

Running For Stroke – Dan Englund in Runner’s World

Was at the newsagent checking out the review of the Conquest in the latest issue of Outside Magazine when I spotted this one in Runner’s World. Dan Englund’s a longtime Hoka user with a big brave back story, and having fought his way back from stroke at a surprisingly young age he’s now clocking up huge mileage and big dollars fundraising for the cause closest to his heart.

Dan Englund profiled for his courage and fundraising work in the February issue of Runners World Australia.

Dan Englund profiled for his courage and fundraising work in the February issue of Runners World Australia.

Running Shop Windows Getting a Big Makeover Next Week

NEW NEW NEW!

Ooh yeah…..

Hoka window jan 2014

 

Conquest Conquest Bondi Evo Stinson Trail Conquest Bondi Evo…. Did we mention…. HOKA!

If you run, this is all the Christmas tree you need…

Hoka xmas bp

 

And remember: it’s not too much pudding, it’s a commitment to carb-loading.

See you in the New Year with the New Gear.

Great North Walk 100-miler Race Report: It begins…

Hi, Roger again. I’ve put the race report from the 100-miler that beasted me on the weekend on my blog http://www.runeatsleeprun.com. It was an incredible way to finish this month of ultrarunning adventure but hardly an outing in high-paced glory. Rather, it was a total sufferfest. As much as it became a battle for survival, more or less, it is still one of the most meaningful finishes I have ever achieved. My crewman Graham and pacer Jess were exceptional and I certainly put their patience to the test. Let’s face it, we all expected a Sunday lunch on the beach and instead found ourselves literally racing against the clock right to the 160th kilometre.

It wasn’t necessarily what it was hoped to be, but it was raw, it was heartfelt, it was do or die, and at the end of the day, if an event is all of those things and more, what more could you possibly ask?

To read more, just follow this link.

South Australian runners, Hoka is finally coming to Adelaide.

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Gotta love a new running store that appreciates both progress and their customers. Adelaide, get behind The Running Company when they open this week. Let them know what Hoka you need and we’ll be there soon.
Thank you to Chris for seeing the potential here and Sadie, Paul , and Maurice for your active support.

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