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Hoka Gaviota 3 Wide Charcoal Gray/Ombre Blue Mens

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Hoka Gaviota 3 Wide Charcoal Gray/Ombre Blue Mens

Delivering signature comfort synonymous with HOKA, the Gaviota 3 offers maximal cushioning and maximal support. Geared for a wide variety of athletes, this reliable road shoe was engineered to provide a balanced ride over any distance. A premium, stability shoe that defies convention when compared to traditional support shoes, the Gaviota 3 overdelivers on plushness, boasting two more millimeters of foam than its predecessor. Engineered with a J-Frame™ design to help guide the foot without rigid materials, this new iteration delivers more durability than ever before,  fortified with rubber coverage on the outsole. Bursting at the seams with comfort, the Gaviota 3 is plushness on steroids.

Hoka Gaviota 3 Wide Charcoal Gray/Ombre Blue Mens

Support Shoe

Width: 2E – Wide

Colour: Charcoal Gray/Ombre Blue

Drop: 5mm

About Hoka

Nicolas and Jean-Luc wanted to design a shoe that would allow them to run faster downhill and this led to the invention of Hoka One One running shoes, the oversized outsole provided more cushioning than any other running trainer on the market at this time.

Hoka running shoes are named after the Maori Language phrase which loosely means ‘fly over the earth’

Due to the enhanced cushioning and inherent stability, Hoka One One was originally embraced by ultramarathon runners however they very quickly became popular with all types of runners due to the cushioning and minimal weight. The original models have the highest cushioning and are now accompanied by lighter weight shoes that still retain much of the brands signature cushioning while making them even more lightweight.

“Radical change often comes about in trying to solve a simple problem. Our original goal was to improve endurance race times by designing a shoe to go downhill faster. In doing so, we inadvertently reinvented the running shoe.”

 

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