Hoka One One Bondi 6 Wide Running Shoe (Men's)

Product Details

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

Style: 1019271

The Hoka ONE ONE Bondi 6 Wide Running Shoe provides the most cushion of any shoe HOKA ONE ONE makes, in a wider model for larger feet, which really is saying something. Being able to pack more cushion into the compression molded insole means you get more impact absorption and a smoother ride, while Early Stage Meta Rocker provides a smoother transition from footstrike to toe-off. Up top support comes from a Lycra Comfort Frame and Engineered Mesh Upper, which wraps around your foot and ankle, holding you in place while providing enhanced breathability.

  • Wider 2E Lasting allows for a more comfortable fit on wider feet
  • Early Stage Meta Rocker smooths your transition from heel strike to toe-off
  • Full EVA Midsole delivers the reliable support and forgiving cushion Hoka ONE ONE Is known for
  • Support Type: Neutral
  • Heel (mm): 31
  • Heel-to-Toe Drop (mm): 4
  • Forefoot (mm): 27
  • Average Weight (oz): 11
  • Cushioning: Maximal
  • Engineered Mesh Construction has been designed to allow for greater breathability while still offering secure support
  • Lycra Comfort Frame surrounds your heel for enhanced support and comfort
  • Internal Heel Counter provides a secure locked-in fit
  • Rubber outsole provides superior traction and durability while keeping weight low
  • Moderate Heel Bevel shapes the rear of the midsole for reduced drag and reliable cushion
  • 33mm stack height with 4mm drop

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"do you have extra shoe strings for sale"
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Question by John on 7/31/2020 - 10:00 am
"Shoe lace (string) would need to be purchased directly from Hoka. We hope this information helps."
Answer by Jim Breivik (Peter Glenn Staff) on 7/31/2020 - 4:30 pm
"Does Hoka make Mens 12B shoes"
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Question by on 8/13/2020 - 9:20 am
"We could not find a Hoka shoe made in a narrow width through our research. We hope this answer helps."
Answer by Jim Breivik (Peter Glenn Staff) on 8/13/2020 - 11:40 am