Watch the sizing..
Nice collection, you opening up a Hoka museum DV? Which are your favourites?
I'm most interested in the various claims regarding a reduced recovery time after longer events. Just like you JeremyG, 50 miles in my trail shoes is ok but I don't think I'd like to do another 50 on top and wonder what state my feet/legs would be in if I did.
I guess 100 miles is always going to ruin you to a certain degree but I'm hoping the Hoka's might mean I'm less ruined. Only one way to find out
As others have suggested, they may make quite a nice shoe swap halfway if not wanting to run the whole thing in them also.
Got out for my first decentish run in the Hoka's today with just shy of 20 on a hilly route.
No real issues and have to say, personally for me an extra half a size feels perfect. Comfortable all the way and didn't feel heavy or cumbersome which had concerned me. Probably the oddest thing was how bouncy they felt around the house just afer putting them on before setting off!
Can anyone recommend a shop where I can try Hokas, I'm in North West and don't know of anywhere - Thanks
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