HOKA ONE ONE Men's Clifton 6
With the sixth generation of the Hoka Clifton, Hoka has made some tweaks from the Clifton 5. The Clifton 6's has a redesigned midsole, outsole, and upper, but the overall formula hasn't changed for the shoe. Overall, Clifton fans should like the update and it will continue to attract new runners and walkers who want the rocker feel that Hoka provides.
The Clifton 6 follows the same formula as the Cliftons that have come before it - a pretty soft EVA foam molded to provide Hoka's rocker feel, which is intended to create a super smooth transition and soft overall feel.
Hoka Clifton 6 vs Clifton 5:
- The new upper expands the toebox considerably, providing a generous amount of room in terms of both width and depth
- The midsole is a little chunkier, and the 6 is slightly softer than the 5
- Midsole and upper changes might have reduced the overall width, creating a little more prominent arch as well as some odd cushioning bumps when stepping in
- Stability remains unchanged, providing a pretty stable platform for a neutral shoe
- Weight is unchanged
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