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Hoka Womens Ahari - Blue Topaz/Electric Blue

Built as a true support shoe, the Hoka Ahari is designed for moderate to severe overpronators and features a J-Frame construction for added stability.

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With almost all Hoka shoes being inherently stable, it is no surprise that the Hoka Arahi is designed to offer that recognisable support and structure. Combining a J-Frame construction with the Active Foot Frame, broad base and a 5mm offset makes the Arahi is a highly supportive shoe, perfect for moderate to severe overpronators.

Built with a lightweight design, the Arahi offers plenty of cushioning, creating a great go-to for daily training. Finished with strategically placed rubber on the outsole, the shoe provides enhanced durability and traction.

Features Include:
  • Daily training running shoe
  • Designed for moderate to severe overpronators
  • New EVA J-Frame design – delivers support and protection without the use of rigid unforgiving materials
  • Early stage meta rocker design delivers a smooth roll from landing to toe-off
  • Strategically placed rubber on the outsole provides increased durability and traction
  • 29mm heel 24mm forefoot 5mm heel-toe offset
  • Weight: 9.3oz / 264 g (men’s size 9) 7.8oz / 215 g (women’s size 8)

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If you have a normal arch, your feet overpronate, which means they roll inwards too far when you run. A normal inward movement allows for the natural absorption of shock, but overpronators can be susceptible to injuries. This means you should choose a shoe with supportive, structured cushioning, allowing the shoe to support the trait.

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