Hoka Bondi X Running Shoe (Women's)

Product Details

Support Type Heel-to-Toe Drop (mm) Cushioning

Style: 1113513

Make your runs a little more comfortable and supportive with the maximally-cushioned Hoka Bondi X Running Shoe. The open-engineered mesh construction improves airflow to keep you cool when the sun is out. While it’s a neutral shoe, it does offer support with a memory foam collar to cradle your ankle, TPU overlays for midfoot structure and an internal heel for a locked-in fit. The EVA midsole has a soft feel, while the early-stage Meta-Rocker design creates a smoother stride. Underfoot, the Bondi X Running Shoe has a beveled heel design and a rubber outsole for added durability and grip on the road.

The American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) Seal of Acceptance recognizes products that have been found beneficial to foot health. To earn the Seal, each product is reviewed by a group of APMA podiatrists to ensure it promotes foot health.
  • Mesh construction improves airflow while memory foam collar improves ankle support and comfort
  • Early-Stage Meta-Rocker and carbon fiber plate propels transition from heel strike to toe-off
  • Full EVA Midsole delivers the maximally-cushioned support and forgiving cushion Hoka One One is known for
  • Support Type: Neutral
  • Heel (mm): 31
  • Heel-to-Toe Drop (mm): 5
  • Forefoot (mm): 26
  • Average Weight (oz): 9
  • Cushioning: Maximal
  • Orthopedic

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"I am afraid to have a shoe which is too high where my foot could turn over. Which model of Hoka has the least possibility of that happening? "
1 Answers | Answer Question
Question by Lenore on 5/2/2023 - 10:39 am
"You'll find with most running shoes that the top of the sole on the outside of the shoe is actually higher than the bottom of your foot. It essentially cups your foot giving you support and preventing ankle roll."
Answer by Matt T (Peter Glenn Staff) on 5/5/2023 - 3:36 pm