The Hoka One One TenNine Hike GTX Boot

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A cleverly designed boot that offers incredible traction and support on hiking trails.

Originally established to offer footwear that could improve endurance racing times, Hoka One One soon transformed into one of the world’s leading performance footwear companies. Redesigned with efficiency in mind, the brand’s running shoes feature innovative silhouettes and materials. The Hika One One collection aims to improve the performance of both professional athletes and running enthusiasts. The new TenNine Hike GTX boot combines the Hoka One One Challenger design with their classic TenNine silhouette. The boot has a signature extended heel design and a robust build that provide superior comfort and traction on hiking trails and rougher terrain.

Apart from superior cushioning, the boot also features a waterproof Gore-Tex bootie, a Vibram Megagrip outsole, and durable Ariaprene fabric uppers. The boot offers the perfect blend of comfort and support on one hand and excellent traction on the other. The design marks a seamless transition from urban running surfaces to difficult terrain in natural landscapes. The boot comes in three colorways, all available at a price of $250. Hoka One One will launch the new TenNine Hike GTX Boot on November 1st. However, you can pre-order it sooner than that, starting from the 15th of October, 2020. Photographs© Hoka One One.

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