Hoka Size Charts – Men and Women

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This is the Hoka size chart for men and women.

Right after the size charts, we’re going to review Hoka One One shoes and discuss the technology Hoka uses in their shoes.

Let’s dive right into it…

If you’re wondering how Hoka shoe size, we’ve got an article talking about whether Hokas run big, small, or true to size. Make sure you check that out as well.

You can also check our running shoe size comparison between brands article later.

Related: Do Hokas Run Big or Small

Hoka Size Chart

Hoka Men’s Size Chart

Regular Sizes

Length
(in)
Length
(mm)
Regular
width
(in)
Regular
width
(mm)
US UK EU Japan
9″1/16 230 3″25/32 92 5 4.5 37 1/3 23
9″7/32 234 3″13/16 93 5.5 5 38 23.5
9″13/32 239 3″55/64 94 6 5.5 38 2/3 24
9″9/16 243 3″57/64 95 6.5 6 39 1/3 24.5
9″23/32 247 3″15/16 96 7 6.5 40 25
9″7/8 251 3″31/32 97 7.5 7 40 2/3 25.5
10″5/64 256 4″1/64 98 8 7.5 41 1/3 26
10″15/64 260 4″1/16 99 8.5 8 42 26.5
10″25/64 264 4″3/32 100 9 8.5 42 2/3 27
10″35/64 268 4″6/64 101 9.5 9 43 1/3 27.5
10″45/64 272 4″11/64 102 10 9.5 44 28
10″29/32 277 4″7/32 103 10.5 10 42 2/3 28.5
11″1/16 281 4″1/4 104 11 10.5 45 1/3 29
11″7/32 285 4″19/64 105 11.5 11 46 29.5
11″3/8 289 4″3/8 106 12 11.5 46 2/3 30
11″37/64 294 4″13/32 107 12.5 12 47 1/3 30.5
11″47/64 298 4″29/64 108 13 12.5 48 31
11″57/64  302 4″31/64 109 13.5 13 48 2/3 31.5
12″3/64 306 4″17/32 111 14 13.5 49 1/3 32
12″1/4 311 4″9/16 112 14.5 14 50 32.5
12″13/32 315 4″39/64 113 15 14.5 50 2/3 33

Related: Should Running Shoes Be A Size Bigger?

Wide Sizes

Length
(in)
Length
(mm)
2E
width
(in)
2E
width
(mm)
4E
width
(in)
4E
width
(mm)
US UK EU Japan
9″1/16 230 3″15/16 100 4″3/32 104 5 4.5 37 1/3 23
9″7/32 234 3″31/32 101 4″9/64 105 5.5 5 38 23.5
9″13/32 239 4″1/64 102 4″11/64 106 6 5.5 38 2/3 24
9″9/16 243 4″1/16 103 4″7/32 107 6.5 6 39 1/3 24.5
9″23/32 247 4″3/32 104 4″1/4 108 7 6.5 40 25
9″7/8 251 4″9/64 105 4″19/64 109 7.5 7 40 2/3 25.5
10″5/64 256 4″11/64 106 4″3/8 110 8 7.5 41 1/3 26
10″15/64 260 4″7/32 107 4″13/32 111 8.5 8 42 26.5
10″25/64 264 4″1/4 108 4″29/64 112 9 8.5 42 2/3 27
10″35/64 268 4″19/64 109 4″31/64 113 9.5 9 43 1/3 27.5
10″45/64 272 4″3/8 110 4″17/32 114 10 9.5 44 28
10″29/32 277 4″13/32  111 4″9/16 115 10.5 10 44 2/3 28.5
11″1/16 281 4″29/64 112 4″39/64 116 11 10.5 45 1/3 29
11″7/32 285 4″31/64 113 4″41/64 117 11.5 11 46 29.5
11″3/8 289 4″17/32 114 4″11/16 118 12 11.5 46 2/3 30
11″37/64 294 4″9/16 115 4″23/32 119 12.5 12 47 1/3 30.5
11″47/64 298 4″39/64 116 4″49/64 120 13 12.5 48 31
11″57/64  302 4″41/64 117 4″51/64 121 13.5 13 48 2/3 31.5
12″3/64 306 4″11/16 119 4″27/32 123 14 13.5 49 1/3 32
12″1/4 311 4″23/32 120 4″7/8 124 14.5 14 50 32.5
12″13/32 315 4″49/64 121 4″59/64 125 15 14.5 50 2/3 33

Related: Brooks Size Chart

Hoka Women’s Size Chart

Regular Sizes

Length
(in)
Length
(mm)
Regular
width
(in)
Regular
width
(mm)
US UK EU Japan
8″21/32 220 3″27/64 87 5 3.5 36 22
8″13/16 224 3″15/32 88 5.5 4 36 2/3 22.5
9″1/64 229 3″1/2 89 6 4.5 37 1/3 23
9″11/64 233 3″35/64 90 6.5 5 38 23.5
9″21/64 237 3″37/64 91 7 5.5 38 2/3 24
9″31/64 241 3″5/8 92 7.5 6 39 1/3 24.5
9″41/64 245 3″21/32 93 8 6.5 40 25
9″27/32 250 3″45/64 94 8.5 7 40 2/3 25.5
10″ 254 3″47/64 95 9 7.5 41 1/3 26
10″5/32 258 3″25/32 96 9.5 8 42 26.5
10″5/16 262 3″13/16 97 10 8.5 42 2/3 27
10″33/64 267 3″55/64 98 10.5 9 43 1/3 27.5
10″43/64 271 3″57/64 99 11 9.5 44 28
10″53/64 275 3″15/16 100 11.5 10 44 2/3 28.5
10″63/64 279 3″31/32 101 12 10.5 45 1/3 29

Wide Sizes

Length
(in)
Length
(mm)
D Width
(in)
D Width
(mm)
US UK EU Japan
8″21/32 220 3″21/32 93 5 3.5 36 22
8″13/16 224 3″45/64 94 5.5 4 36 2/3 22.5
9″1/64 229 3″47/64 95 6 4.5 37 1/3 23
9″11/64 233 3″25/32 96 6.5 5 38 23.5
9″21/64 237 3″13/16 97 7 5.5 38 2/3 24
9″31/64 241 3″55/64 98 7.5 6 39 1/3 24.5
9″41/64 245 3″57/64 99 8 6.5 40 25
9″27/32 250 3″15/16 100 8.5 7 40 2/3 25.5
10″ 254 3″31/32 101 9 7.5 41 1/3 26
10″5/32 258 4″1/64 102 9.5 8 42 26.5
10″5/16 262 4″1/16 103 10 8.5 42 2/3 27
10″33/64 267 4″3/32 104 10.5 9 43 1/3 27.5
10″43/64 271 4″9/64 105 11 9.5 44 28
10″53/64 275 4″11/64 106 11.5 10 44 2/3 28.5
10″63/64 279 4″7/32 107 12 10.5 45 1/3 29

Related: Mizuno Size Charts

Now let’s quickly touch on some of the best Hoka running shoes…

Hoka Running Shoes

Hoka has a shoe for everyone whether you’re a jogger, an elite jogger, or a professional runner.

Let’s start with the one shoe that we all know about and it’s the one shoe that you need to have in your running shoe rotation

Hoka Clifton

Hoka-clifton-8

The Clifton 8 is going to be your reliable neutral trainer featuring a high level of cushioning. It may not offer the most cushioning within the Hoka line, but there’s a lot of it for pretty much any run of the week.

The upper is very breathable while the Meta Rocker design is also there to provide an effortless heel-to-toe transition. However, while the Clifton is softer and very comfortable, it’s not the best shoe for faster efforts.

Related: Hoka Clifton 7 vs 8

If you need one shoe from Hoka and you don’t know where to start, the Clifton is probably a good option. Light and highly cushioned, the Clifton is going to get the job done.

Available widths:

Men

  • D (standard), 2E (wide)

Women:

  • B (standard), D (wide)

There’s also two stability shoes from Hoka, the Arahi and the Gaviota

hoka-arahi-vs-gaviota-comparison

Hoka Arahi

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The Arahi is very similar to the Clifton except on the medial side, the Arahi has a stiffer foam setup called J-Frame.

Hoka uses J-Frame to give you a little more stability and keep your foot in line if you overpronate or just want a little more structure for your longer runs.

So, the Clifton and the Arahi are two great options with the Clifton being for the neutral runners while the Arahi is going to be for moderate-to-severe overpronators.

Looking side by side, they’re very similar and, again, both of these are going to be very reliable options for any run of the week.

Available widths:

Men

  • D (standard), 2E (wide)

Women:

  • B (standard), D (wide)

Hoka Gaviota

hoka-gaviota-3

The Gaviota is in the same stability category but made for heavy runners. The Gaviota 3 features a thicker midsole and offers better shock absorption and lockdown.

Just like the Arahi, the Gaviota has the J-Frame support system. However, it is also a very heavy shoe and not suited for faster efforts. But it’s not designed for that in the first place.

Available widths:

Men

  • D (standard), (wide)

Women:

  • B (standard), (wide)

Overall, these are just going to be your staples, but when we want to take it up a notch and really get that true Hoka experience, there’s one shoe that comes to mind, the Hoka Bondi…

Hoka Bondi

hoka-bondi-7-running-shoes

As the standard of all max cushion shoes, the Bondi is the ultimate max cushion max stack height shoe from Hoka. It is inherently more stable, wider base, has a more structured upper, and provides better shock absorption.

The Bondi feels good for almost anything from running to walking and anything in between. 

Hoka is known for its cushioning and really more importantly its weight-to-cushioning ratio.

The next shoe really embodies that lightweight high cushion design, it’s really built for your tempo day, and it’s fast enough for daily training.

Available widths:

Men

  • D (standard), 2E (wide)

Women:

  • B (standard), D (wide)

Related: Hoka Bondi vs Clifton

Is it even possible to run a race with a non-carbon plated shoe?

The answer is yes.

Hoka Mach

hoka-mach-4

Even though carbon fiber plate shoes have become the hot topic, some people maybe don’t need them or just prefer to have a shoe that’s a little bit more flexible and maybe doesn’t have that super stiff plate embedded in the shoe.

And from Hoka, the best option is going to be the Hoka Mach 4.

The Mach’s got that highly cushioned design and it’s more flexible and a little bit more versatile. It’s got an ultra-responsive midsole, it’s so smooth for pretty much any distance, and, of course, it doesn’t have that plate.

The midsole is lower to the ground and it’s best suited for faster running, which is why I personally bring it out for tempo days and workouts anytime I want to pick up the pace but still want that cushioning, but I think a lot of people will enjoy the Mach on marathon race day.

Available widths:

Men

  • D (standard)

Women:

  • B (standard)

Hoka took us by surprise when they launched the Hoka Mach Supersonic…

Related: Hoka Mach 4 vs Hoka Clifton 8

Hoka Mach Supersonic

hoka-supersonic

The regular Mach and the Mach supersonic are pretty much the same shoe except for some minor details.

The Supersonic has a ProFly+ midsole which is even bouncier. So, the Mach 4 Supersonic has become better while keeping what’s great about the Mach 4.

The next option from the Hoka line will maybe give the Mach a run for its money…

Hoka Rincon

hoka-rincon-3

The Rincon is lightweight and a little more cushioned than the Mach 4. But what makes it special is the price. This is a great entry-level price into the Hoka family. It’s the one that I always go back to.

So, we’ve gone through some of the top Hoka everyday training shoes, long runs shoes, and maybe even workout-day shoes.

Available widths:

Men

  • Regular, Wide

Women:

  • Regular, Wide

Related: Hoka Rincon 2 vs Clifton 7

Next, you have the brand-new model from Hoka, the Kawana…

Hoka Kawana

hoka-kawana

The main objective behind the Kawana is to offer a smoother heel-to-toe transition. Hoka found that the landing mainly impacts the outer part of the shoe and so they updated the shoe to make it roll better.

They also lightened the inner side to make the shoe more dynamic.

Available widths:

Men

  • D (standard)

Women:

  • B (standard)

Over the past couple of years, carbon fiber plate shoes have become the hot topic. We have got quite a few Hoka shoes that we’re going to talk about and see which shoe is going to be best for you.

The first shoe we’re going to talk about is none other than the Hoka Carbon X…

Hoka Carbon X

Hoka-Carbon-X-2

The Carbon X is like the carbon plate shoe from any brand that’s designed for the ultramarathon distance. It can go the regular marathon, you can go a 50 miler, or a 100 miler. It is proven and tested by Jim Wamsley.

Jim did set several records in this shoe over the past couple of years and it’s become known as that highly protective shoe.

The Carbon X is stable and comfortable, and for amateur runners, the carbon options by Hoka are much better than Adidas or Nike. It’s maybe not the fastest shoe out there or maybe the lightest, but it has a lot of comfort and it has a lot of cushioning.

It’s a shoe that just feels fast and efficient and it can be used by a pretty wide variety of runners. So, I think the Hoka Carbon X is a good staple marathon shoe that a lot of people can’t go wrong with.

But if you’re looking for something even more cushiony and maybe even more comfortable, there’s a new option that also took us by surprise, the Bondi X…

Hoka Bondi X

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A lot of people do run marathons but they don’t necessarily wear a race shoe. They wear their daily trainers because they’re familiar, they feel good and are dependable.

Hoka took that concept and added a little bit of a performance base enhancement with a carbon fiber plate into their regular Bondi and they gave us the Bondi X.

The Bondi itself is a staple max cushion max comfort shoe, but the Bondi X has quickly become the new hot topic from Hoka. 

The Bondi X is basically a cushioned, dependable, comfortable, performance-based shoe.

It is interesting, but I’m still trying to figure out where I’m going to find it in my lineup because I don’t think it’s necessarily going to be a racer for everyone.

With the Bondi X, you have a soft shoe with enough potential for you to be able to pick the pace a little bit if you choose to. However, it’s not a purely fast shoe if you’re looking to do some faster training sessions.

So, for the people who wear the Bondi and want a little bit of that stability and performance benefit, Hoka added a carbon plate to the Bondi to make the Bondi X more suited for faster efforts.

Available widths:

Men

  • D (standard)

Women:

  • B (standard)

While the Bondi X is great, when you’re looking for peak performance on race day, you got to go Rocket X…

Hoka Rocket X

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The Rocket X is light, it’s fast, it’s sleek, it’s nimble, it’s just fun to use when you’re looking to PR, and it’s built for the elite athlete.

It’s maybe not quite as max stacked as some of the other competition on the market, but it does have its own unique feel. It is a shoe you’re going to see on the feet of all the top Hoka pro athletes.

But even though you’re not an elite athlete, the Rocket X can still be your favorite Hoka carbon plated shoe.

You can use it as your tempo-run shoe, faster-run shoe, 5k shoe, 10k shoe, and marathon shoe.

So, Hoka has got you covered when it comes to race-day shoes. You have the Mach 4, the Bondi X, the Carbon X, and the Rocket X.

There’s just an option out there for every runner.

But now, we got to move on over to the trail category.

Our top pick is going to be the Hoka Speedgoat…

Hoka Speedgoat

Year after year, the Speedgoat continues to be a fan favorite. It has really that Hoka cushioning we’ve come to know and love, that sticky Vibram rubber, and everything you need for those technical trails.

The Speedgoat is a trail shoe that feels nimble, but there’s a lot of cushioning so you can go any distance.

Available widths:

Men

  • D (standard), 2E (wide)

Women:

  • B (standard), D (wide)

For the trail category, you also have the Hoka Torrent 2… 

Hoka Torrent

hoka-torrent-2

This is just a trail shoe that’s a little more modest. There’s not as much cushioning, but the shoe is just a little more of a regular trainer for trails.

It’s lightweight, it’s nimble, it has the grip, it’s consistent, and it’s reliable.

The Torrent 2 is a fantastic option that really has become a fan favorite because of that sleek versatility.

Hoka Running Shoe Technology

Midsole Foam

First, you have Hoka’s universal EVA-based foam. This foam is a little softer and lighter than other foams from other brands. Hoka shoes featuring an EVA midsole are lighter and more comfortable but less durable. 

Then you have the ProFly midsole compound. ProFly has more bounce for those who need more speed, but it is not as comfortable as the compression-molded EVA.

Next, Hoka has ProFly+ which is their bounciest foam. There are only a few models featuring the ProFly+ midsole foam, but these shoes certainly have a trampoline-like effect underfoot.

Finally, we have ProFly X which is a combination of ProFly foam and a carbon plate. This mix provides quite an efficient running experience.

Related: Running Shoe Foam Explained

The next technology that Hoka is known for is the Active Foot Frame…

Active Foot Frame

This is basically a dip in the heel counter and a rim on the sides of the shoe. Active Foot Frame is designed to give stability and comfort.

J-Frame

J-Frame is a kind of enforcement on the medial side of the shoe to provide additional support for runners with overpronation issues.

Finally, there is Meta Rocker…

Meta Rocker

The Meta Rocker technology gives a rocking sensation as if you’re stepping off a curb. It is very comfortable and most importantly efficient.

That’s it for today. We gave you the Hoka size chart, reviewed Hoka running shoes, and talked about their technology.

I hope you’re staying safe out there and see you in the next one 🙂 

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