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HOKA Tecton X 2 Men's Black/Flame

Shift the trail running scene in the HOKA Tecton X 2! Named after the Earth's tectonic plates, this off-road shoe features a parallel carbon fiber plate design for a propulsive ride. Enjoy lightweight breathability in the Matryx® upper while a gusseted tongue adds security. The ProFlyX™ midsole merges a light and responsive top layer with a softer foam below for plush landings. Stay confident on uneven surfaces with the Vibram® Megagrip outsole. Grippy and propulsive, the HOKA Tecton X 2 breaks new ground!

What's New?

  • A re-engineered Matryx® upper saves weight without sacrificing durability.

Who's it for?

  • Avid trail runners looking for a carbon-plated racer to wear during competition.

Shoe Technology

Upper: Quicky-drying, vegan-constructed Matryx® upper with a lay-flat tongue to mitigate trail debris. Recycled polyester laces for sustainability.

Midsole: ProFlyX™ merges a light and responsive foam base and ultra-soft foam underfoot for comfort. Parallel carbon fiber plate adds propulsion to every stride. Early-stage Meta-Rocker leads smooth and efficient transitions.

Outsole: Vibram® Megagrip 4mm lugs with Litebase for reliable traction. Zonal rubber placement adds durability in key areas.

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If you like the Rocket X2, you’ll like this too …

Like the Rocket X2, the Tecton X2 is a similarly lightweight, carbon enhanced, cushioned and responsive shoe, except it’s made for trails! Both use carbon plates, but without making the shoe feel stiff or rigid. And both do have that rocker forward propulsion thing going on, but without being top heavy and without sacrificing lateral support — something I found to be an issue with some other carbon plated shoes I’ve tried, And you know what’s better than a rock plate? A carbon plate that springs you up and forward a bit when you step on root instead of just acting as a more passive layer to protect your foot from feeling that root. Great shoe for trail racing!

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