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User Image hokaoneone Posted: Oct 5, 2017 8:41 PM (UTC)
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“Beyond the fact that the Chicago Marathon is in my backyard and its flat profile makes it an ideal race to PR, the crowd support in Chicago is bar none. No one feels great at mile 22, but having a course lined with screaming fans makes it provide that surge of adrenaline necessary to make it to the finish.” - HOKA Field Rep and Chicago Marathoner @swelch141 #timetofly (📸 @ryanmillier)

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User Image hokaoneone Posted: Feb 16, 2018 8:02 PM (UTC)

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“The Cavu is fast and light. I wear it on my run commute and have found myself picking up the pace in between stop lights and chasing down cyclists.” - HOKA Athlete @mikewardian. Our lightest cushion knows no limits. #limitless #HOKAcavu
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Feb 15, 2018 6:00 PM (UTC)

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Get to know the Mach from the Fly Collection — three new shoes with a bold look. The Mach provides an insane weight-to-cushion ratio with a sleek upper. Run at the speed of light. Our lightest cushion knows no limits. #limitless #HOKAmach
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Feb 13, 2018 2:24 AM (UTC)

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“The Mach was an instant love. It’s so lightweight and cushioned that my long runs now feel effortless.” - @runwithpatrick. Our lightest cushion knows no limits. #limitless #HOKAmach
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Feb 6, 2018 12:04 AM (UTC)

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Introducing the Cavu from the Fly Collection — three new shoes with a bold look. The Cavu features softer cushioning in the heel and firmer padding in the forefoot. You are clear for takeoff. Our lightest cushion knows no limits. #limitless #HOKAcavu
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Feb 2, 2018 7:32 PM (UTC)

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Meet the Elevon from the Fly Collection. Taking note from the Vanquish, this shoe has the most cushion from the collection. Nothing but smooth miles ahead. Our lightest cushion knows no limits. #limitless #HOKAelevon
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Feb 2, 2018 12:40 AM (UTC)

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Get to know the Fly Collection. Three new shoes with a bold and stylish new look. They’re your do-anything, wear-everywhere, new-favorite running shoes. Our lightest cushion knows no limits. #limitless
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Feb 1, 2018 1:01 AM (UTC)
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“When the rock scrambles become more than vertical, it’s time to trade out one sticky rubber for another.” - HOKA Photographer @sprintervanlife on his adventures through Joshua Tree National Park, CA #HOKAspeedgoat
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Jan 31, 2018 1:14 AM (UTC)
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“When the winter sun sets around dinner time, the temperature in the desert drops drastically. I'll always be thankful for campfires and the marshmallows that come with them.” - HOKA Photographer @sprintervanlife on his adventures through Joshua Tree National Park, CA #HOKAspeedgoat
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Jan 30, 2018 4:47 PM (UTC)
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“The rock scrambling around Joshua Tree is better explored in shoes with traction. There are so many unique rock formations and ridges that allow for one-of-a-kind variations to get you to the top.” - HOKA Photographer @sprintervanlife on his adventures through Joshua Tree National Park, CA #HOKAspeedgoat
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Jan 28, 2018 5:36 PM (UTC)
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“Once the trail disappears and fades into boulder fields, the Speedgoat comes into its element. The hi-traction sole allowed us to float up a difficult climb — it stuck to every rock we hopped on.” - HOKA Photographer @sprintervanlife on his adventures through Joshua Tree National Park, CA #HOKAspeedgoat
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Jan 27, 2018 6:46 PM (UTC)
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“One of Joshua Tree’s biggest attractions is its world-class rock climbing. It isn’t always about the hardest climb, but more importantly about the experiences you have and who you spend them with.” - HOKA Photographer @sprintervanlife on his adventures through Joshua Tree National Park, CA #HOKAspeedgoat
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Jan 26, 2018 5:20 PM (UTC)
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“To escape the main road that snakes through Joshua Tree, there are plenty of trails that will take you far away from the parking lots and picnic areas. The stability of the Speedgoat was made for the loose sand as it kept our feet firmly planted with each step.” - HOKA Photographer @sprintervanlife on his adventures through Joshua Tree National Park, CA #HOKAspeedgoat
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Jan 24, 2018 7:35 PM (UTC)
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“Cheers to all the dreamers, the doers, the believers and the thinkers in my life who inspired me in 2017 to be stronger, braver and kinder. 2017, thank you for all the humbling life lessons. 2018, I am ready for you.” - HOKA Athlete @runboulet who climbed the highest volcano in the world, Ojos del Salado, in half the time of traditional summits #HOKAtorultrahi
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Jan 23, 2018 9:40 PM (UTC)
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“The alarm went off at 2:30 a.m. and it was cold. I tossed and turned and finally sat up. Our guide fired up the stove and made some warm coffee, but I had a hard time drinking it. I had that same feeling I get before big races where my stomach tightens and I get too nervous. We departed by 4 a.m. with headlamps. We moved quickly for the first two hours. Roxanne was feeling great and lead the pace. I tucked behind Blaine, who tried to teach me the ‘rest step,’ a walking gait used in ascending steep slopes. At around 20,000 feet my pace slowed down drastically and I took longer breaks. Everything around me started to slow down to an abnormally slow pace. At times, I heard Roxanne and Blaine talk and it felt like I was watching a movie. I felt like I was losing control of my body, but I didn’t feel sick or have a headache or nausea.” - HOKA Athlete @runboulet who climbed the highest volcano in the world, Ojos del Salado, in half the time of traditional summits
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Jan 22, 2018 5:33 PM (UTC)
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“We traveled from San Francisco, to Miami, to Santiago, to finally arrive at our destination of Copiapó, Chile. We were greeted by Blaine, a friend and our trusted guide. Blaine has guided Denali, Alaska for many years and we very safe with him on our team. Blaine picked up our four-wheel-drive truck, then we went searching for enough diesel fuel to last us all five days. We did a final stop before leaving Copiapó at a local grocery story for some last-minute items like avocados and toilet paper.” - HOKA Athlete @runboulet who climbed the highest volcano in the world, Ojos del Salado, in half the time of traditional summits #HOKAtorultrahi
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Jan 21, 2018 6:47 PM (UTC)
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“Our plan was to visit Refugio Atacama, which according to our plan was the starting point for our climb. Refugio Atacama sits at the base of Ojos del Salado at 17,000 feet. We heard rumors that the road is rough so it was best to check it out for ourselves since we were planning on driving up to the Refugio at night the following day. We drove by patches after patches of ‘penitentes’ or snow formations found at high altitudes. They take the form of elongated, thin blades of hardened snow and point toward the direction of the sun. I was amazed by them and wanted to stop at each and every one to take photos.” - HOKA Athlete @runboulet who climbed the highest volcano in the world, Ojos del Salado, in half the time of traditional summits
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Jan 20, 2018 1:02 AM (UTC)
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“It was finally time to get some rest. The sun went down early and it got cold, but all the stars came out and our camp looked pretty sweet in the dark. Our backpacks were filled with supplies, food and water and we were ready for an early bedtime. The night was going to be short because we planned on walking up at 2:30 a.m. I started to feel a little anxious about what was coming ahead and had a difficult time falling asleep.” - HOKA Athlete @runboulet who climbed the highest volcano in the world, Ojos del Salado, in half the time of traditional summits #HOKAtorultrahi
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Jan 18, 2018 5:21 PM (UTC)
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“After reaching the top of the highest volcano in the world, I am ready to share. We tried to sleep in a little and recover from the long travel to South America. The temperatures in the Chilean desert are pretty low at night and in the early mornings despite it being summer time in the Southern Hemisphere. Our wake-up was followed by morning coffee, an egg, toast and avocado breakfast and a short hike before packing up and driving farther east in search of Laguna Verde. After 100km of bumpy dirt roads, we found Laguna Verde. This green lagoon lies in the Atacama Region of Chile near San Francisco Pass. There are many high peaks surrounding this oasis in a desert and many of them stand 20,000 feet high.” - HOKA Athlete @runboulet who climbed the highest volcano in the world, Ojos del Salado, in half the time of traditional summits #HOKAtorultrahi
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Jan 17, 2018 5:29 PM (UTC)
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“If you wake up early in Joshua Tree, while everyone is still debating getting out of their tents, you get a sense that you have the entire park to yourself.  A morning run through this wild landscape will clear your mind from the hustle and bustle of day-to-day life.” - HOKA Photographer @sprintervanlife on his adventures through Joshua Tree National Park, CA #HOKAarahi
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Jan 16, 2018 1:15 AM (UTC)
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“With 88 miles of mostly flat paved roads in Joshua Tree, you can head in any direction and not be disappointed. The Arahi was the perfect choice for an afternoon run and roaming around camp.” - HOKA Photographer @sprintervanlife on his adventures through Joshua Tree National Park, CA #HOKAarahi