HOKA Trail Code GTX Hiking Shoes provide unrivaled comfort for day hiking and everyday adventures. The goal was to create a shoe that’s light on the feet and the environment. Recycled materials are in the ripstop upper, GORE-TEX footwear fabric, the content mesh, the molded PU sock liner, and the polyester laces.
Hiking shoes are notoriously bulky, but the Trail Code GTX offers the support hikers need without overdoing it. They feature HOKA’s Hubble heel designed with SwallowTail geometry, providing comfortable, balanced cushioning and smooth transitions from heel to toe. The compression-molded EVA midsole adds even more comfort while keeping the shoe lightweight.
Other stand-out features include the earth-conscious GORE-TEX moisture-managing fabric and Vibram Megagrip rubber for serious traction in all trail conditions. The topical water repellant and waterproof membrane bootie construction aim to keep feet dry when the weather isn’t.
HOKA emphasized responsible manufacturing processes when creating the Trail Code GTX, and the result is an ultra-comfortable, durable, well-balanced shoe hikers can feel good about wearing. It is available now on the HOKA website in Blue Graphite/Blue Coral, Castlerock/Persimmon Orange, and Black/Raven colorways and is priced at $185.
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