SPRING WEATHER is in full swing, which means now is the time to start hitting those outdoor runs with vigor. But perhaps you realized when lacing up your cushioned running shoes they’re a little flabby and flat? If that’s the case, a new pair of running shoes needs to be in conversation. The good news is you don’t have to pay full price for a pair of top-of-the-line runners right now. HOKA’s sale section, as well as a few of our favorite HOKA retailers, have a handful of smart picks you can save up to 20% on and more.
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HOKAs offer supreme comfort and support thanks to their signature stack, making them ideal for long runs. HOKAs also work as exceptional walking shoes, with many of its top-selling models translating well for commutes to work and for vacations where exploring is on the itinerary.
Some of the HOKA models we found on sale currently, like the Clifton 8 and Bondi 7, have become go-to pairs for millions due to their versatility mentioned above. (We can’t ignore the fact these models have the ability to add some major style points to any athleisure or casual outfit too.) If you’re looking for some high performance HOKA’s to train with for upcoming races, whether they be road or trail, models like the Mach Supersonic and the Tecton X can be had for smooth discounts and have your ready for race day in no time.
We won’t sugarcoat the fact these deals might sell out fast. If you see a pair you like it’s best you scoop them up ASAP or risk missing out. There’s not telling when the next wave of HOKA deals will hit either, so be aware as we start inching closer to summer.
Gear and Commerce Editor
John Thompson is the Gear and Commerce Editor at Men’s Health, where he covers fashion, grooming, gear, and technology. He was previously the Style & Gear Editor at BroBible.com, and a commerce writer for TheManual.com. His interests include shopping for rare vintage clothes and following his favorite baseball team, the Kansas City Royals.
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