Comments: Just got my shoes today and wore them around the house. I wear a 91/2 and that's what I ordered. They ride high on my ankle bone and are too roomy, even with the thick sock I was wearing. I will have to return them and try a different size or model.
From: Grace, Cook, MN, USA. April 24th 2015
Comments: I do not like the tongue at all in the shoe, can't get it to lay flat, is not comfortable. I have the Bondi 4 also and like this much better
From: Robin, Boca Raton, FL, USA. April 14th 2015
Comments: Wonderful running shoe! Just took them out today for a 22 miler along the Boston Marathon course. Did not feel the almond-sized neuroma in my right foot at all. Like running on a cloud. I have tried Asics, Brooks , Saucony. This is the best shoe for runners with neuromas. You won't feel it at all. Thanks for the amazing price! Would love to try some other Hoka One models. Felt the Conquest was too narrow in the forefoot. Bondi 3 is just perfect. Wider forefoot and toe box. Just awesome!
From: Diana, Sharon, MA, USA. March 28th 2015
Comments: I got these shoes delivered today. They are so cute. I got 9 1/2 and I have wide feet. It's the end of the day when your feet are swollen and when I tried them on they were not tight. Very comfortable. I don't like the speed laces so I cut those off and put in the regular bright yellow ones that came with it. Those elastic lace garages aren't useful for me so those went too. I love the cushiony sole. I'm not a runner. I have diabetes and I'm overweight so these are great because they have no seams on the inside to make blisters, which is important for diabetics. I wear them to work so my heels don't get sore with tendonitis again. I have another pair, my first, mens Mafate 3 size 8. I got mens to be safe with the width.The length on those seemed a little short at first but I took out the insoles and they fit great. I also got another pair of Mafate 3 in womens 9 1/2 those fit great too. Running Warehouse had such a great deal I had to get 2 pair. They're definitely worth t he money. If you're not a runner but want something cushiony to walk on, Hoka's are the shoes.It's so great to be able to exercise and not have pain in my knees and heels.
From: Double D, Pittsburgh, PA, USA. February 11th 2015
Comments: I'm a 43 year old runner. I run 45-55 miles a week runner at 7:30 to 8:30 training pace. I am a bad pronator, and I use custom orthotics in all of my running shoes. I bought the Bondi 3 several months ago. I had really benefited from the first and second generation Bondi Bs. I had to return the Bondi 3 because the upper part at the top of the laces pressed into my foot with every step and caused such bad bruising that I had to take about a week off from running at all in any shoes! Like the commenter above, I felt that the new rigid materials were a poor innovation.
From: Anonymous, Durham, NC, USA. October 3rd 2014
Comments: I have a pair of Bondi and the Stinson Tarmac...this is my second pair of Bondi's and I do not like this pair...the heel has a rigid plastic on it making it very uncomfortable to wear...it will be my last pair of bondi's or any that has the rigid plastic heel.
From: Nora, PA, USA. September 14th 2014