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      Frost Gray/Dark Gull Gray


      5.4 Ounces

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      Hoka One One Ora Recovery Shoe Women's Frost Gray/Dark Gull Gray

      The Hoka One One Ora Recovery Shoes are the perfect way help you rebound after a tough race or a long day at the office. These slip-ons feature max cushioning from an oversized midsole and easy walking from the Meta-Rocker. Collapsible compression mesh at the heel offers versatile wearing that's perfect for travel.

      Upper:Features a flexibl and supportive lightweight mesh upper material that optimizes breathability and comfort with an easy entry.

      Midsole: Early-Stage Meta-Rocker delivers a smooth ride and increased propulsion. EVA provides support, durability, and stability.

      Outsole: Offers strategic groove placement for comfort and traction.

      average rating 4.0 out of 5
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      67% of reviewers would recommend this product to a friend
      3 Reviews
      Rated 5 out of 5
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      Love this comfortable shoe

      This shoe offers stability, comfort and support. Hope they will offer this shoe in more colors!

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      Rated 5 out of 5
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      Love these shoes!

      I love these shoes. Very comfy, cushy, with a generous fit. I love that I can put on fast and go. I wear them indoors and out. Very easy to put on and chase grandchildren. Very stable on my boat and pool deck. No slipping around. They also dry fast if I get them wet. Reasonable price.

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      Rated 2 out of 5
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      These shows are a bit clunky.

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