Hoka One One Is Slashing the Price of Its Popular Clifton 7 Shoes

Photo of Hoka One One; art treatment by Elaine Chung.

Whether you’re running for leisure or gearing up a for a big race, it’s safe to say there is no better way to welcome the warm weather than with a new pair of running shoes. If you’re looking for a deal on a great pair, Hoka is slashing the price of its Clifton 7s. There’s a reason why this award-winning model is loved by both avid runners and those newer to the sport but are looking for a plush ride.

Lighter than its predecessor, the Clifton 6, this pair features a full-compression EVA foam that’s equal parts comfortable and responsive. (That way, you’ll get the soft support you need on longer runs, but you have enough spring to continue your stride.)

Clifton 7 Shoes

Hoka One One hokaoneone.com

$103.99

There’s also a snug, cushioned heel collar that keeps blisters at bay. And, thanks to its Meta-Rocker construction and beveled heel, this pair delivers a smooth glide. Normally, the Clifton 7 will cost you $130; however, the brand is currently dropping its price to $104. It’s rare to find these shoes discounted—much less at 20 percent off—making this deal one you won’t want to miss.

One caveat: The brand is reportedly launching a brand-new version of the Clifton sneakers in June. So, if you want the latest, coolest running shoes to grace your feet, Hoka promises it’s worth the wait. But, if you just want a really good deal on a great pair of sneakers? Now’s a better time than any to add to your cart.

The RW Takeaway: The Clifton 7 is relatively light for a plush shoe, making it an ideal choice for runners who want a cushioned midsole and responsive ride.

Kelsey Mulvey is a freelance lifestyle journalist, who covers shopping and deals for Marie Claire, Women’s Health, and Men’s Health, among others.

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