Triple tips for spring running


The signature shoe Clifton from Hoka has gained a good foothold both among runners and walkers. In short, for everyone who wants something comfortable on their feet for training, or to keep things going for a long time, from work to city holiday sightseeing.

The Hoka universe eventually has a lot to offer. What should you choose? One tip is to think a little outside the box. Most shoes are suitable for more than what is typically highlighted, for example "asphalt shoes" or "terrain shoes".

Hoka Carbon X 3 is less well known than the bestseller Clifton. At the same time, this is a shoe that has a lot to offer, both in terms of variety and range. This year's edition is the third in the series, hence the name X 3. But the triple tip is about something else. The shoe has (at least) three useful uses.

# 1 Training shoes. An obvious starting point. Spring is here. Perhaps you are betting that this will be your best running season for a long time. The shoe wardrobe needs a boost. This shoe makes it easy. It is just buy - and run.

# 2 Mill shoes. Yes, the word has popped up in running vocabularies in recent years. Spring is the period when you take the steps from winter into summer, There is still gravel on pavements, and patches of snow in the forest. Some sessions indoors make the transition easier. The Hoka Carbon X 3 is an excellent trail shoe.

# 3 Competitions. No matter how far you've set your mind this season, it's important to get off to a good start early. You have to do the work yourself, but the Hoka Carbon X 3 will be with you every step of the way. In addition to the well-known comfortable and lightness of the shoe, the newly designed midsole ensures that the shoe is extra responsive.

Log in to Superski Supremum and read more about the different models. Remember that all shoes have several uses.