Hoka One One Bondi 7

Bondi 6 was a 2-year run shoe, so this is a nice big update. The Bondi is Hoka’s max cushion neutral shoe; if you severely overpronate or wear out the medial side, the Bondi may not be the best for you. But if you over/under pronate a little bit, this would be the right choice for you. To compare this to another non-Hoka shoe, it is very similar to the Brooks Glycerine at 10oz 9oz -weight is similar and max cushion shoes.

All Hokas have inherent stability shoes. Like a booster seat or a person in a canoe.

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What is the difference between the Hoka Bondi 6 and 7?

  • The Bondi is way more padded on the 7 vs. the 6 for a great step-in feel, and it feels softer than the 6 as well.
  • It is not as soft as a Clifton or a Rincon, but it is softer compared to the previous model. It is durable, but it is soft.
  • More breathability in the upper.
  • This is wider naturally in the Bondi, see more of a natural splay compared to other hoka shoes.
  • There are two widths available for the women, and there are three widths for the men, including a super-wide 4e.
  • Not all color options are available in the wider sizes.


All-day, long mile shoes, marathon ultra runs, the only thing I wouldn’t recommend Hokas in general for gym stuff because it can make you feel off-balance for side to side action.

The Hoka Bondi 7 is available for $150

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