Clifton Edge - Lunar Rock / White

$269.95 $249.95 (You save $20.00)

The Clifton Edge is designed to help athletes feel like they can run forever. With a combination of responsive cushion and our softest, lightest foam yet, it features a snappy ride and unique heel geometry designed to provide a smooth impact and gliding sensation. Clifton Edge is a culmination of all our innovations to date. Step into the future.

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The Clifton Edge is designed to help athletes feel like they can run forever. With a combination of responsive cushion and our softest, lightest foam yet, it features a snappy ride and unique heel geometry designed to provide a smooth impact and gliding sensation. Clifton Edge is a culmination of all our innovations to date. Step into the future.

Current Stock:
Weight 252g Heel 29mm Forefoot 24mm
MPN: 1110510-LRWH
Warranty: UPPER
Embossed TPU yarn delivers a premium finish with targeted support in the forefoot and eyerow
Padded collar delivers enhanced comfort at the ankle
New vertical pull tab for easy entry

OUTSOLE
Rubberized EVA outsole delivers lightweight, wrap-around midsole support with a snappy feel

MIDSOLE
Aggressive, early-stage Meta-Rocker allows for a responsive ride
New high-resiliency foam offers a lightweight, springy take on signature HOKA cushioning and ride
Extended heel creates a softer landing and smoother transition from heel to toe

Customer Reviews 3 (2 Reviews) Write a Review

Mixed feelings after 130 kms
3 Stars

I've been a long time Hoka runner and Clifton Edge is my sixth Hoka or so. It is the most stiff shoe amongst all I had and the "power return" that many reviews praised didn't work in my case. It is a far cry from Bondi 6 cushioning and stability that lasted me for 1000 kms, and nowhere near the Mach 2 (lasted me for 504 kms before tearing at the side -- fast but flimsy runners). Comparing it to the original Clifton that started my relation with Hoka all those years -- it is the name only. Will I be able to run for hours using the Edge? I am not sure, I need to put effort with every step, it is not a shoe you don't feel at all. The tongue design is a little bit too high and it is not cushioned. Despite quality running socks it rubs and tears the area just above my instep. This is the first time ever I had a problem there chewing through quite a few runners in my 16 years of running. As it healed and callused I am better but well, Id rather not to have these problem at all. The Edge seems to be a sturdy shoe and it should last for 1000 kms for a tall male who's 85 kgs. If it does, my rating would be downgraded to 1. Two and a bit weeks and 134 kms it is probably too early for final conclusions. My knees and joints don't hurt despite going well under 4 minutes/kms along the Manly beach and crawling 100metre hills towards Balgowlah Heights. But as of now, it is very unlikely I will get another Edge when the current one dies. Definitely Hoka.

Mixed feelings after 130 kms
3 Stars

I've been a long time Hoka runner and Clifton Edge is my sixth Hoka or so. It is the most stiff shoe amongst all I had and the "power return" that many reviews praised didn't work in my case. It is a far cry from Bondi 6 cushioning and stability that lasted me for 1000 kms, and nowhere near the Mach 2 (lasted me for 504 kms before tearing at the side -- fast but flimsy runners). Comparing it to the original Clifton that started my relation with Hoka all those years -- it is the name only. Will I be able to run for hours using the Edge? I am not sure, I need to put effort with every step, it is not a shoe you don't feel at all. The tongue design is a little bit too high and it is not cushioned. Despite quality running socks it rubs and tears the area just above my instep. This is the first time ever I had a problem there chewing through quite a few runners in my 16 years of running. As it healed and callused I am better but well, Id rather not to have these problem at all. The Edge seems to be a sturdy shoe and it should last for 1000 kms for a tall male who's 85 kgs. If it does, my rating would be downgraded to 1. Two and a bit weeks and 134 kms it is probably too early for final conclusions. My knees and joints don't hurt despite going well under 4 minutes/kms along the Manly beach and crawling 100metre hills towards Balgowlah Heights. But as of now, it is very unlikely I will get another Edge when the current one dies. Definitely Hoka though.