Hoka One One Arahi 5 Wide Running Shoe (Women's)

Hoka One One Arahi 5 Wide Running Shoe  (Women's) - Blue Fog/Provincial Blue
  • Hoka One One Arahi 5 Wide Running Shoe  (Women's) - Blue Fog/Provincial Blue
  • Hoka One One Arahi 5 Wide Running Shoe  (Women's) - Blanc de Blanc/Outer Space
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Quick Specs

  • Support Type: Overpronation
  • Cushioning: Moderate
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Available Colors

Blue Fog/Provincial Blue

Blanc de Blanc/Outer Space

Product Details

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

Style: 1115013

The Hoka One One Arahi 5 Wide Running Shoe is a lightweight shoe that is a great choice for over-pronators. The EVA J-Frame™ has firmer sidewalls that discourage an excessive inward roll or overpronation and deliver support and protection. The Arahi 5 has a structured engineered mesh at the heel and open mesh at the forefoot for breathable comfort that delivers a soft, smooth alternative to traditional support shoes. The Early Stage Meta-Rocker is designed to increase your running efficiency and support your natural running gait with a smooth roll from impact to toe-off on every step.

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.
KEY FEATURES
  • Cushioned midsole offers shock absorption, comfort, and support
  • Early Stage Meta-Rocker smooths out transitions from toe-off to impact
  • Designed to help runners who overpronate correct their stride reliably and comfortably
SPECS
  • Support Type: Overpronation
  • Heel (mm): 27
  • Heel-to-Toe Drop (mm): 5
  • Forefoot (mm): 20
  • Average Weight (oz): 8
  • Cushioning: Moderate
FEATURES
  • Orthopedic

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