|Update:||Hoka One One Clayton 2|
|Weight:||Men: 8.3oz | Women: 7oz|
|Heel to toe drop:||Men: 4mm | Women: 4mm|
|Arch type:||High arch|
|Strike Pattern:||Forefoot strike|
|Heel height:||Men: 24mm | Women: 23mm|
|Forefoot height:||Men: 20mm | Women: 19mm|
|Brand:||Hoka One One|
|Width:||Men: Normal | Women: Normal|
|Colorways:||Orange, Pink, Multi|
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The Clayton is the newest model in an already popular lineup from Hoka One One, which features lightweight but extremely oversized cushion shoes. The Clayton continues that tradition, but offers a soft and fast ride that is ideal for logging long, fast miles.
To date, the Clayton is my favorite shoe from Hoka One One despite the blister thing.
The Hoka One One Clayton is a superb light trainer racer, one of the best I have run in the last few years.
You get a heck of a whole lotta shoe for a mere 7.3oz (W7.5).
While the Clayton provides a snug fit from the heel to the midfoot and slightly wider in the toe box, the shoe’s exterior profile is extremely wide to provide optimal lateral stability.
…gives you a super responsive, yet cushy and comfortable ride. They managed to find a really good balance. So, for the days you want to pick up the speed, it tends to do very well. On the days you wanna do a longer run, maybe a more relaxed pace, it works well for that.
- The Hoka One One Clayton features the brand’s innovative Pro2Lite midsole technology that delivers a responsive ride. It provides the necessary cushioning in the heel and forefoot area for a smoother heel-to-toe transition.
- It also features the RMAT outsole that provides added cushioning and reliable traction while running on the road. It comes in a lightweight construction and helps runners experience a more responsive ride.
The size of the Clayton runs small. Runners must purchase a half size larger than the actual size. The midfoot delivers a snug fit and the heel area is a bit narrow. The forefoot is a bit wider, accommodating those with a slightly wider forefoot. Hoka One One is offering this shoe in standard widths.
The full ground contact platform of the shoe provides improved traction and a smoother heel-to-toe transition. It uses the full RMAT outsole material that delivers high rebound cushioning for a responsive ride and reliable traction while running on the road. For a similar experience, the Saucony Kinvara 10 is also a neutral shoe designed for competitive running.
The shoe uses the Pro2Lite +10 midsole cushioning that provides a softer cushioning in the heel area and a firmer cushioning in the forefoot for propulsion. It also comes with an Early Stage Meta-Rocker Geometry that is specifically designed to improve runners’ running mechanism for high performance.
The air mesh material comprises the upper of the Hoka One One Clayton. It delivers a lightweight and breathable coverage all throughout the run. The no-sew construction delivers a seamless interior for the foot, reducing the possibilities of irritation and blistering. Along with this is the no-sew TPU lattice that wraps the foot securely for a supportive fit. An enhanced fit is also experienced through the microfiber reinforced midfoot support.