Women's Elevon


Women's Elevon

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Item No. 1019268-SS
The Elevon’s cushioned dual-layered midsole stands out visually and takes comfort and responsiveness to new heights. With the signature HOKA ONE ONE® combination of super lightweight midsole and foot-cradling cushion, it offers a springy, premium ride. And the Elevon is topped with a clean, seamless and understated upper. If you’re looking for nothing but smooth miles ahead, this shoe is made for you.
  • Lightweight, open engineered mesh offers a comfortable fit and optimal breathability
  • Padded tongue for additionalcomfort
  • Early stage Meta-Rocker for a smooth ride
  • Suspension construction featuring a PROFLY™ top layer and high rebound injection bottom frame
  • Designed for a combination of PROpulsion, PROtection and support
  • Zonal rubber placement for durability

Product Specs

Stability

The Elevon contains our J-Frame(TM) technology designed to prevent excessive inward roll, or overpronation, without overcorrecting your gait.

The Elevon contains features that make the shoe inherently stable, such as a wide base and our Active Foot Frame, for a moderate amount of stability that is still designed to work for neutral gaits.

The Elevon features a symmetrical bed of cushion without additional prescriptive technologies. Designed to provide the support you want and nothing you don't.

Neutral
Moderate
Stable

Cushion

The Elevon features a low-profile cushion bed that keeps your foot closer to the ground, and utilizes a firmer material designed to provide an efficient push-off.

The Elevon is designed to provide protective cushion while maintaining a responsive toe-off for when you want to go faster.

The Elevon features a higher bed of soft cushion, designed to provide a forgiving impact and ride.

Responsive
Balanced
Plush
  • Weight

    245.00g

  • Heel to toe drop

    5.00mm


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