|Weight:||Men: 8.8oz | Women: 7.3oz|
|Heel to toe drop:||Men: 5mm | Women: 5mm|
|Fit:||Medium forefoot, Medium heel, Medium toe box|
|Arch type:||High arch|
|Features:||Breathable | Cushioned | Comfortable|
|Strike Pattern:||Midfoot strike|
|Release date:||Oct 2018|
|Brand:||Hoka One One|
|Width:||Men: Normal | Women: Normal|
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Lace ‘em up in the morning and you won’t have to even think about your feet again until you’re ready to hit the sack.
The Hupana from Hoka One One receives an update through the Hupana Wool, a product that is optimized for cold weather. The outer part of the facade is made of wool fleece and it’s designed to preserve a warm in-shoe environment when running in winter-like conditions. A sleeve made of seamless textile directly hugs the foot, separating the wool from the skin.
Regular sizing schemes are the basis of the Hoka One One Hupana Wool’s creation. Runners are welcome to get a pair with their usual choice of size in mind. It is worth noting that being able to appreciate a fully comfortable and pleasant in-shoe feel can be influenced by trying on the shoe first or observing other users’ reviews.
When it comes to the fit, the semi-curved shape of the lasting board and the moderately roomy facade are the elements that accommodate the shape of the foot.
The outsole unit of the Hoka One One Hupana Wool is made of ground-contact foam. This bottom part of the cushioning system is touted to be durable and able to deliver traction.
Shallow and deep flex grooves are fashioned all over the external pad. These channels make the platform more adherent to the natural motion of the foot as it moves through the gait cycle. The toe-off phase of the gait is the part that benefits the most from this design because it is the part that involves the most foot flexion.
R-BOUND™ serves as the cushioning system of the Hoka One One Hupana Wool. This technology is touted to be lightweight, flexible, yet also able to absorb impact shock during the foot-strike.
A sockliner is placed on top of the main cushioning unit. This add-on provides a soft surface on which the foot can rest. It can be removed or replaced with a new one if the runner wants to do so.
The upper unit of the Hoka One One Hupana Wool is made of wool fleece. This material is tasked with keeping the foot warm in cold conditions. When it comes to the visuals, wool has a tendency to deliver a premium look that is associated with quality design.
The inner sleeve of this running shoe is made of a seamless textile, a layer that separates the skin of the foot from the naturally irritating structure of the wool.
A traditional lacing system rests on top of the upper unit, covering the bridge of the foot and permitting the tightness or looseness of the fabrics to be adjusted.
A pull tab that’s stitched onto the rear of the collar helps the runner when it comes to facilitating the foot into, or out of, the foot-chamber. These fabric loops grace many shoes from the Hoka One One family, including the updates to the Bondi and Arahi lines.