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User Image hokaoneone Posted: Oct 8, 2017 3:30 PM (UTC)
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“I most look forward to running through all the Chicago neighborhoods — seeing the boisterous cheering fans in Boystown near Wrigley Field, running down State Street and over to La Salle Street in the Financial District, seeing the beautiful murals in Pilsen and the dragons in Chinatown, rocking out to Sweet-Home-Chicago blues at the last stage of music near the south side. These moments are a immense part of what makes Chicago Marathon one of the best.” - HOKA fan and Chicago Marathoner, @elinalexander #timetofly (📸 @ryanmillier)

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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
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Jan 15, 2018 12:49 AM (UTC)
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“Joshua Tree is a giant playground that attracts people from all around the world. Getting ready for a run in the Intersection Rock parking lot, you can see climbers organizing gear, families setting up picnics and teenagers scrambling on rocks. The one thing they all have in common — they're all having a blast.” - HOKA Photographer @sprintervanlife on his adventures through Joshua Tree National Park, CA #HOKAarahi
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Jan 13, 2018 11:01 PM (UTC)
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“Keys View is not your typical Joshua Tree lookout. Perched on a hill without any Joshua trees around, you can see Palm Springs, the Salton Sea and the San Andreas Fault from a panoramic viewpoint. On a rare extremely clear day, you can see all the way to Mount Signal in Mexico.” - HOKA Photographer @sprintervanlife on his adventures through Joshua Tree National Park, CA #HOKAarahi
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Jan 12, 2018 7:05 PM (UTC)
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“Nothing beats enjoying your morning coffee, soaking up some sunshine and planning your next run straight from your bed. Being in a Sprinter Van allows you to run in more remote places and still be able to shower, make a proper meal and get a good night’s sleep.” - HOKA Photographer @sprintervanlife on his adventures through Joshua Tree National Park, CA #HOKAarahi
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Jan 12, 2018 1:10 AM (UTC)
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“A sunset run in Joshua Tree feels like you’re exploring the inside of a Dr. Seuss book. Joshua Trees become Truffula Trees.” - HOKA Photographer @sprintervanlife on his adventures through Joshua Tree National Park, CA #HOKAarahi
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Jan 10, 2018 8:00 PM (UTC)

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"With the Arahi 2, you get that HOKA feeling but with stability. It's not like other stability shoes I've tried — you hardly know the support is there. But the best thing about this shoe is how light it is." - HOKA Athlete @okaycolby #HOKAarahi
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Jan 10, 2018 1:29 AM (UTC)

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"My 2018 goal is to run six marathons. Knowing that my body will constantly be pushed to new limits, I wanted to make sure I had the right shoes. I overpronate so I decided on the Arahi to keep me going as I tackle marathons this year." - HOKA fan @nickweith #HOKAarahi
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Jan 8, 2018 5:32 PM (UTC)

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“The Arahi is the perfect shoe for long-distance running. It has stability and cushion and it’s surprisingly light. I love running in HOKA because they’re made by runners who know the difference a good shoe can make." - HOKA fan @chechepompom #HOKAarahi
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Jan 4, 2018 8:21 PM (UTC)

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"The Arahi 2 is like my guardian angel. The support is there, but you don't notice it at all. It's effortlessly smooth." - Christian Moore from the HOKA Sports Marketing Team #HOKAarahi
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Jan 4, 2018 1:08 AM (UTC)

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"I knew the Arahi 2 was a good fit from the moment I slipped it on. It hugs my foot like a glove and the stability has supported me for miles and miles." - HOKA Athlete @kylemerber #HOKAarahi
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Jan 2, 2018 10:35 PM (UTC)

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Hit the ground running in the all-new Arahi 2. Free the pronators. #HOKAarahi
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Jan 1, 2018 8:06 PM (UTC)
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“Not only had we educated others about this land and the importance of protecting it, but in turn, we had educated ourselves. I still can’t fathom this land being taken away from the monument. It was just too amazing. I made an oath to myself at this time that I would always stand up for public lands and utilize their amazing beauty.” - HOKA Athlete Hayden Hawks who spent three days running through Bears Ears to raise awareness for protection and sustainable recreation in the national monument (📸 @derricklytle) #HOKAclifton
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Jan 1, 2018 11:45 AM (UTC)
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“We were a mile into the canyon and already stopping to take pictures. With temps barely above freezing during the day and most of the canyon in the shade, any water was now solid ice. Seeing what looks like arid desert turn into frozen pillars of ice and rock hard streams was just mind blowing.” - HOKA Photographer @derricklytle who accompanied HOKA Athlete Hayden Hawks’ on his run through Bears Ears #HOKAspeedgoat
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Dec 30, 2017 11:42 PM (UTC)
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“As the sun dropped behind the high cliff walls in the canyon, the temperatures dropped too. We knew it was going to be a long cold night as we still had hours of adventuring to go. We took a quick look at the map and started our journey, knowing we were doing it for a purpose larger than our physical comfort. These feelings and thoughts kept us warm that night and pushed us through one of the darkest nights in a land secluded from civilization.” - HOKA Athlete Hayden Hawks who spent three days running through Bears Ears to raise awareness for protection and sustainable recreation in the national monument (📸 @derricklytle)
User Image hokaoneone Posted: Dec 29, 2017 3:19 AM (UTC)
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“When my brother and I ran underneath the monuments in the Valley of the Gods, we not only felt a connection with the land but also with each other. These were the last miles of the trip and we had been through a lot. We were tired, hungry and dirty but full of life. We felt so small underneath these gigantic 'gods' but also big for accomplishing what we had done for Bears Ears.” - HOKA Athlete Hayden Hawks who spent three days running through Bears Ears to raise awareness for protection and sustainable recreation in the national monument (📸 @derricklytle)