by Brian Klotzman May 05, 2016

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Howdy...I got a new pair of Hoka One One shoes today and gave them a test run.    Go ahead and check out the video... 

The short version is I liked them at least for the first run.   We'll of course see over the next few weeks/months.    I really liked how lightweight they were despite the fact that they look giant.   And having a low drop is very important to me.

If you are interested you can check out the Men's version hereor the Women's version here.

And of course if you don't have your Mbio Apparel's Natural Sole yet you can get it in our store.

What shoe are you running with these days?  Let me know in the comments below.

Brian Klotzman
Brian Klotzman



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