Hoka One One Challenger ATR 5

Maddie Hart reviews the Hoka One One Challenger ATR 5 for Blister

A lot of running shoes are marketed as being good for “all terrain,” though few actually deliver. But we think the Hoka Challenger ATR5 truly does, and you can check out our full review to see where this shoe shines in particular.

Hoka One One Speedgoat 3

Maddie Hart reviews the Hoka One One Speedgoat 3 for BLISTER

This year Hoka updated one of their most popular trail shoes, and we think the new Speedgoat 3 is a very appealing option for trail runners who appreciate a cushioned ride (and potentially even more appealing than the Speedgoat 2 it replaces).

Running Sock Roundup

Blister's Running Sock Roundup

What running sock should you get? A minimal low-cut with no cushion? A thicker one with more coverage? We’ve rounded up a bunch of different options to make it easier to find the perfect sock for you.

Altra Olympus 3.0

Luke Koppa reviews the Altra Olympus 3.0 for Blister

We’ve now run about 300 miles in the Altra Olympus 3.0, and we can now say that it’s become our favorite max-cushioned shoe. Check out our update on its durability; an in-depth comparison to the Hoka Stinson ATR 4; and how well the Olympus 3.0 works as a road-to-trail shoe.

Hoka One One Evo Mafate

Jaden Anderson reviews the Hoka One One Evo Mafate for Blister

The Hoka Evo Mafate is the newest and most race-oriented version of Hoka’s original trail shoe, and we think many runners could get along well with it — even non-racers. Check out our review, including comparisons to the Hoka Speedgoat 2 and Torrent.

Hoka One One Clifton 5

Luke Koppa reviews the Hoka One One Clifton 5 for Blister

Hoka’s Clifton has garnered a loyal following over the years due to its generous cushioning and plush ride. But the shoe has also evolved over the years, and the new Clifton 5 continues to push the shoe in new directions. Check out our review, with comparisons to the Hoka Stinson ATR 4, Altra Duo, and Altra Olympus 3.0.

Altra Boston Escalante Racer

The Boston Escalante Racer is supposed to be a “faster, higher-performance” version of their original Escalante. Check out what they changed, what they didn’t, and our initial impressions.

Hoka One One Torrent

Jaden Anderson reviews the Hoka One One Torrent for Blister

Hoka is known for their max-cushioned shoes, but their brand-new Torrent is different. So how does this more moderately-cushioned trail shoe perform, and how does it compare to Hoka’s other trail shoes like the Speedgoat 2 and Evo Mafate? Check out our review.

Altra Duo

Luke Koppa reviews the Altra Duo for Blister

The Altra Duo is a really uncommon shoe that aims to combine the greater efficiency of a racing flat with the greater comfort of a maximally cushioned trainer. So what’s the result? Check out our review.

Hoka One One Hupana

Jonathan Ellsworth reviews the Hoka One One Hupana for Blister

The Hoka Hupana is billed as a bit of a do-everything shoe, so is it best thought of as a running shoe that can also work as a gym shoe and casual, everyday shoe? Or is it a casual shoe that can work at the gym or for the occasional run?

Hoka One One Stinson ATR 4

Luke Koppa reviews the Hoka One One Stinson ATR 4 for Blister

Hoka One One built a name for themselves making highly cushioned running shoes, and the all-new Stinson ATR 4 is the most highly cushioned trail shoe in their lineup. But it’s not exactly what you’d expect from a shoe that has this much cushioning. Check out our review and comparisons to other shoes like the Altra Olympus 3.0 & Timp and Hoka Speedgoat 2.

Altra Escalante

Jonathan Ellsworth reviews the Altra Escalante for Blister

The Altra Escalante is a zero-drop shoe with a more plush, cushioned ride than many of the more minimalist options out there. So is that a good thing or a bad thing? More importantly, is it a good option for you? Our full review should help you decide.