The Hoka Clifton 5 are among the shoes which are known for innovation. Just a short while ago, the series introduced the bulky midsole design which was shortly copied by other bigger manufacturers. But the Clifton 5 has the same feel and look at the Clifton 4, with small improvements in key areas. The weight is now a bit lower and the materials are a bit better. But the overall feel of the shoes is similar and actually softer. This is why they are recommended for those seeking improved overall comfort and who are already familiar with the previous designs form the Clifton series.
With the same bulky midsole design specific to Hoka, the Mach shoes are a recommended comfort solution. They are made with a lightweight design and at just above 200g, they can be the first option for daily training and racing day for different types of runners. Made with a knit upper and decent cushioning on the collar, the shoes are comfortable and breathable for most users. At the same time, they offer improved lockdown with the expanded lacing system.