Hoka Gives the Speedgoat 5, Clifton LS and More of Its Top Sneakers a Sleek ‘Stealth’ Treatment for City Wear

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Hoka has released its latest assortment from its Stealth Tech collection, its series of sleek colorways with reflective detailing intended for city wear.

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A four-pack sees the Speedgoat 5, Clifton LS, Glifton 9 Gore-Tex and Bondi 8 all take on water-resistant uppers with turquoise accents. The Speedgoat 5 and and Clifton LS feature the darker colorways of the quartet, the latter of which is rendered almost entirely in dark hues with a turquoise Vibram outsole as one of the lone splashes of color. The Clifton LS features a greater diversity of color with added to the mix through its midsole and toe tip.

On the lighter side are the Bondi 8, which puts a grey upper atop a black midsole, and the Clifton 9 Gore-Tex, which features an even brighter shade for its upper as part of a near-mirror of a color scheme.

Although all four sneakers have been retooled for the city, their origins are in different categories should you want to stay true to them. The Speedgoat 5 is a robust trail running shoe, while both the Bondi 8 and and Clifton 9 Gore-Tex are intended for everyday runs. The Tech Clifton LS is intended for lifestyle wear but is not without its performance benefits.

The latest Hoka Speed Tech assortment is out now through the brand’s website. Prices run from $155 for the Speedgoat 5 up to $165 for the Bondi 8.

$155 – $165

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