Hoka brand shoes are the some of the best running shoes on the market. They are lightweight, flexible, and use a thick EVA outsole, which provides better shock absorption than a traditional rubber sole. Hoka sells a wide variety of shoes for all types of runners. However, one of the complaints about Hoka running shoes is their instability on rocky terrain and hill climbs. Any long-distance runner knows that when running, you often experience different terrains and elevations on a single course.
While Hoka does carry a terrain specific shoe, it is not necessarily supportive enough for road racing and vice versa. Here is where Konnect insoles come into play. Konnect insoles have an anti-slip top cover to help stabilize your feet while running across any terrain. The added cushion provides extra comfort while running on hard surfaces, and the interior shoe traction keeps feet locked into place while running up and down hills or over uneven surfaces. The insoles are lightweight and contour to your feet with natural arch support and a deep heel cup. They also repel water and are still effective when wet. Wearing Konnect in your Hoka running shoes can help you maintain balance in motion by providing a safe and natural feel for the running surface you're on.