Our Review - Hoka Stinson ATR 4 Women:
The big update to the Hoka Stinson ATR 4 revolves around the fit. Hoka have taken on board the feedback from wearers and have widened the toebox to make this shoe even better for the long runs it’s specifically designed for.
The wide versatility of the Stinson ATR family remains meaning this is a shoe that can take on pretty much any terrain. It is quite happy to knock a few miles on tarmac as well as performing exceptionally on hard packed trails. The new version has more, slightly tighter packed lugs meaning the aggressive grip is even better.
As with all Hoka shoes maximal cushioning and a rocker mechanism is at the heart of the design. The Stinson ATR provides very plush neutral, maximum cushioning that absorbs impact and reduces fatigue. Add to this the late stage rocker mechanism and these are shoes that will keep you going and going whatever the distance.
We really think that Hoka have improved what was already a great shoe with the wider platform meaning they are comfortable mile after mile.
Specifications - Hoka Stinson ATR 4 Women:
- Speedframe construction for midfoot capture and support
- Reinforced open mesh completes a durable, breathable package
- Molded Ortholite sockliner
- Updated with a wider platform and more accommodating fit
- Stable late stage Meta-Rocker
- The highest volume CMEVA midsole in the HOKA ONE ONE for maximum, lightweight cushioning
- 4mm lugs provide all-terrain traction
- Podular outsole design provides stability on uneven terrain
- Offset: 5 mm
- Forefoot: 31 mm
- Heel: 36 mm
- Weight: 272.00 g (EU 42 2/3)