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Made for those who run but don’t just run, CAVU offers a versatile running shoe with a bold and simple look. A little lower and lighter than its category comrades. Also features Hoka One One's highly acclaimed "intelligent" ProFly cushioning - softer on the heel for optimum shock absorption and firmer on the forefoot for more propulsion and great energy feedback. This responsiveness is further enhanced by the RMAT reinforcements on the outsole. Employing a seamless, engineered mesh upper, this shoe practically disappears on the foot, delivering a smooth, light ride. With Cavu it sure looks like clear skies ahead.
comfortable fit for maximum breathability
internal reinforcements for a better hold
Wishbone design and sipes for grip and strategic flex points
The 'neutral shoe' or 'cushioning shoe' is equipped without pronation support (the lateral support of the foot). These shoes are therefore suitable for runners who have regular rolling behaviour, i.e. who do not roll their feet inwards or outwards when running. The neutral shoe can be used for competition, for fast training and for long endurance sessions. The damping may vary depending on the application: in order to achieve more direct ground contact during competition, it is advisable to use only a slightly cushioned shoe. When training on hard surfaces or for long distances, more cushioned shoes offer better comfort and protect the joints.
Light and comfortable on the foot. And don't sweat even in hot air. The size had to be ordered a little too big, which would certainly have been even better if the size had been appropriate. I had been told that these are really small in size, so I ordered a little too big.
Kevyet ja mukavat jalassa. Eivätkä hiosta kuumallakaan ilmalla. Koko tuli tilattua vähän liian iso eli olisi varmasti vielä parempi, jos koko olisi ollut sopiva. Minulle oli kerrottu, että nämä ovat tosi pientä kokoa, niin tilasin vähän liian ison.