Cushiony Comfort
The newest trend in running shoes is maximalism — loads of cushion in the sole — and the industry leader is Hoka One One, which came up with the concept a few years ago and has since been “crushing it with nearly 500 percent year-over-year growth,” according to Brian Metzler at Competitor.com. James Newsom at Fort Worth Running Company says a lot of ultra-runners and triathletes are using them — and he runs in them, too. The store sells five models, including the Bondi, the Stinson, the Conquest, the Huaka and the Clifton (shown here). Prices range from $120 to $160, Fort Worth Running Co. and Luke’s Locker.
Cushiony Comfort The newest trend in running shoes is maximalism — loads of cushion in the sole — and the industry leader is Hoka One One, which came up with the concept a few years ago and has since been “crushing it with nearly 500 percent year-over-year growth,” according to Brian Metzler at Competitor.com. James Newsom at Fort Worth Running Company says a lot of ultra-runners and triathletes are using them — and he runs in them, too. The store sells five models, including the Bondi, the Stinson, the Conquest, the Huaka and the Clifton (shown here). Prices range from $120 to $160, Fort Worth Running Co. and Luke’s Locker.
Cushiony Comfort The newest trend in running shoes is maximalism — loads of cushion in the sole — and the industry leader is Hoka One One, which came up with the concept a few years ago and has since been “crushing it with nearly 500 percent year-over-year growth,” according to Brian Metzler at Competitor.com. James Newsom at Fort Worth Running Company says a lot of ultra-runners and triathletes are using them — and he runs in them, too. The store sells five models, including the Bondi, the Stinson, the Conquest, the Huaka and the Clifton (shown here). Prices range from $120 to $160, Fort Worth Running Co. and Luke’s Locker.

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February 04, 2015 11:27 AM