Comments: I wear hoka conquest. Toe box is roomy and heel fits fine. I use the runner's loop on all my shoes to ensure my heels are locked in. My 1st hoka was the clifton-the conquest has great cushioning and is light weight...this will be my chicago marathon training shoe.
From: Dee, Atlanta. June 8th 2015
Comments: I love these shoes!! I did not find the fit odd. The heel fits fine, and the toe box is roomy. The cushioning is great. I'm on my feet all day and these shoes are just so comfortable.
From: G. May 8th 2015
Comments: I thought I had found the ideal shoe in a New Balance model until I tried Hoka's. The One One Conquest is the most comfortable, best-cushioned shoe I've ever worn! I can't run anymore because of problems with my feet (arthritis, bunions, Morton's neuroma), so my shoes don't wear out as fast as a runner's may, but I do a lot of walking and I love this shoe for the stability and cushioning it provides. It also helps with supination. My podiatrist added a metatarsal pad and that also helps. If you ever try to take away my One One Conquest shoes, you'll have to pry them from my cold, dead hand!
From: Margaret, Phoenix, AZ, USA. April 6th 2015
Comments: I run an average of 30 miles a week, and thought I'd give these a try as I heard good things about the cushioning. Though I enjoyed the ride, it didn't last very long. The tread and cushion were worn out in less than 2 months. I did not run on technical trails in these, mostly on dirt and pavement. They fit oddly, too (narrow in the forefoot, too wide in the heel). I wouldn't recommend these shoes as a regular trainer unless you needed the cushion for recovery days or if you were coming back from injury.
From: Anonymous. March 9th 2015