23 things you can still buy in the Hoka Cyber Monday sale starting at $14

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Enter any running event and you can be sure you'll spot a pair of Hoka shoes pounding past you. If you've been tempted to bless your own feet with a snazzy pair of Hokas or you want to arm yourself in some Hoka branded activewear, then you'll be happy to hear Hoka's Cyber Monday sale is still going!

You can find some pretty awesome deals among the popular sportswear brand's sales, including the Bondi X carbon-plated running shoes, which were $215 but are now $161 at HOKA.

Not just looking for running shoes? Not a problem. Hoka also designs elite runwear in the form of sweat-repelling shorts, second-skin fit sport bras and cooling socks  — all of which are on sale at Hoka right now. I've picked out the deals I'd genuinely use in my training as a fitness writer and the items I think are actually worth your money.

One thing I can't promise is how long stocks will last, or when Hoka will bring a close to these Cyber Week deals, so waste no time in checking out the discounted items below.

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The best HOKA Cyber Monday sales

Shoes

HOKA Crescendo MD Track and Field Shoes: was $79 now $63 @ Dick's Sporting Goods

HOKA Crescendo MD Track and Field Shoes: was $79 now $63 @ Dick's Sporting Goods
A perfect beginner sprinting shoe, the Crescendo features extra cushioning with a thicker midsole. It has a lace knit upper for improved breathability and the carbon fiber plate delivers a snappier, responsive ride. The deal is now only available in the Blue/White color.

Rincon 3: was $125 now $99 @ HOKA

Rincon 3: was $125 now $99 @ HOKA
Tackle all your running workouts with the Rincon 3's from HOKA. Whether you are heading out for a speed session, ticking off your easy miles or gearing up for race day, the Rincon will support and propel you on. Not all sizes and colors are available at this price so be sure to check this. Apart from that this pair are all yours for $26 cheaper.

Men's Rincon 3 Trainers: was $125 now $99 @ HOKA

Men's Rincon 3 Trainers: was $125 now $99 @ HOKA
Offering a beautiful balance of cushioning and weight, the Rincon 3 makes a comeback with a lovely lightweight design. This updated version showcases an asymmetrical tongue, a sleeker pull tab, and a ventilated mesh upper to ensure optimal breathability. Get a pair now for under $100!

HOKA Challenger ATR 6 Trail-Running Shoes: was $140 now $107 @ REI

HOKA Challenger ATR 6 Trail-Running Shoes: was $140 now $107 @ REI
If you're regularly tackling the trails outside of town, these shoes contain CMEVA foam midsoles for stability and impact absorption. Meanwhile, zonal rubber placement on outsoles reduces weight and adds durability. Quick tip! There are more sizes available in the Blue Graphite/Kayaking color and this option has the same deal applied.

Clifton 8: was $140 now $111 @ HOKA

Clifton 8: was $140 now $111 @ HOKA
Hoka's bread-and-butter running shoe is currently marked down by $29. The Clifton 8 is last year's model, but it's still very highly rated and is still available in a number of sizes and colorways for both men and women. Lots of sizes are still available as I write!

Carbon X 3 Running Shoes: was $200 now $119 @ HOKA

Carbon X 3 Running Shoes: was $200 now $119 @ HOKA
What better time to buy a carbon-plated running shoe than during the Cyber Monday sales? HOKA is offering a startling $80 off its Carbon X 3 pair that are lightweight, cushioned and grippy. The discount only applies to certain colors and sizes, so we recommend checking before purchase.

Stinson ATR 6 Trail-Running Trainers: was $170 now $129 @ REI

Stinson ATR 6 Trail-Running Trainers: was $170 now $129 @ REI
HOKA's answer to a rugged trail running shoe, the Stinson ATR 6 is on offer for 23% less right now! With built-in anatomic support wings along the eyerows, these shoes are designed to bring you a secure lockdown when running. The high-volume CMEVA midsoles provide lightweight cushioning meanwhile the late-stage Meta-Rocker offers additional stability and a smooth toe-off.

Men's Anacapa Low GTX Hiking Shoes: was $169 now $129 @ Dick's Sporting Goods

Men's Anacapa Low GTX Hiking Shoes: was $169 now $129 @ Dick's Sporting Goods
This trendy pair of hiking shoes are not only stylish but designed to last. These HOKA hiking shoes feature a Vibram® Megagrip rubber outsole with 5mm lugs to help you grip all terrains on your walking adventures. You won't need to worry about water seeping into the shoes with the Leather Working Group Gold-rated waterproof nubuck leather upper and PFC-Free water repellency treatment assigned to this shoe. Note, only available in size 8 now.

HOKA Women's Gaviota 4 Running Shoes : was $169 now $135 @ HOKA

HOKA Women's Gaviota 4 Running Shoes : was $169 now $135 @ HOKA
This fourth generation Giovata model boasts a more desirable upper providing a more supportive and lighter feel to the shoe. It’s been engineered to keep you comfortable on your runs providing a plush feel and max cushioning while improving your overall ride with the meta rocker design. Grab a pair while youcan save $34! 

Bondi X: was $215 now $161 @ HOKA

Bondi X: was $215 now $161 @ HOKA
Accelerate your runs with a pair of the Bondi X. These carbon plated running shoes have a built in extended rocker to give you an extra boost and are maximally cushioned to keep you comfortable no matter the distance.

Hoka Anacapa Mid Gore-Tex Hiking Boot (men’s): was $184 now $147 @ Dick’s

Hoka Anacapa Mid Gore-Tex Hiking Boot (men’s): was $184 now $147 @ Dick’s
Our favorite hiking boots for beginners, the Hoka Anacapas, get a lot of things right. For one, they are nice and lightweight while still providing plenty of support and foot protection from things like rocks and roots. They’re also waterproof  (like all the boots here), comfortable and super-responsive underfoot. You don’t get quite the same level of Italian flare, but the design is far from fugly. Deal only available in the color Teal.

Project Clifton Trainers: was $250 now $199 @ HOKA

Project Clifton Trainers: was $250 now $199 @ HOKA
The snazzy Project Clifton's are made for your days off from training when you still want to rock that sporty look but off duty. The quick lace system means you can slip them on in a rush and you can enjoy a comfortable plod wherever you go with the plush cushioned bottom. Other colors and sizes are available for this unisex shoe but some are going quicker than others so hop over and get yourself a pair while there's still $51 off!

Apparel

Crew Run Sock: was $18 now $14 @ HOKA

Crew Run Sock: was $18 now $14 @ HOKA
This form-fitting sock is made of 37% nylon, 32% polyester, 14% COOLMAX® polyester, 14% cotton, and 3% elastane, has a reflective HOKA bird on back and Seamless toe construction. You can purchase it in either blue with yellow accents, or black with yellow accents.

Ora Sock: was $18 now $14 @ HOKA

Ora Sock: was $18 now $14 @ HOKA
I spent too many years as a runner wearing the wrong socks and I don't wish the blisters or rubbing on any other runners. So grab a pair of Hoka's Ora socks made with moisture-wicking cooling technology and save $4.

Merino Blend Crew Sock: was $20 now $15 @ HOKA

Merino Blend Crew Sock: was $20 now $15 @ HOKA
Keep your feet warm this winter when you go out on a hike or to shovel the snow from your driveway. These socks are made from 34% merino wool, so they'll feel as comfy as they are cozy.

Packable Trail Hat: was $24 now $19 @ HOKA

Packable Trail Hat: was $24 now $19 @ HOKA
This unisex hat is perfect for all weathers - you can fold it away into a pocket when you're not using it, and it'll keep the weather off your face when you need it to. It's still available now in three different colors.

Men's Glide Singlet Tank: was $42 now $32 @ HOKA

Men's Glide Singlet Tank: was $42 now $32 @ HOKA
A lightweight tank like the HOKA Glide Singlet will allow you to fly toward your PB's. The tank top is made from recycled materials and includes little sections of reflective material to add visibility to you on your runs. Take $10 off when you buy now!

Hupana Sports Bra: was $38 now $29 @ HOKA

Hupana Sports Bra: was $38 now $29 @ HOKA
Feel comfort and freedom in your workouts with the second-skin fit of the Hupana sports bra. This racerback bra provides medium support, making sure your chest feels supported during exercise. Get yours now while it's $9 cheaper.

Hoka Short Sleeve: was $52 now $39 @ HOKA

Hoka Short Sleeve: was $52 now $39 @ HOKA
If you're looking for a lightweight, short sleeve t-shirt, we've found it. This top has a relaxed fit, is lightweight and sweat-wicking, plus for $39, it's a great price.

Men's Glide Short Sleeve: was $52 now $39 @ HOKA

Men's Glide Short Sleeve: was $52 now $39 @ HOKA
Hoka markets this lightweight tee as the perfect running and trail running layer. Made from 100% recycled polyester, the t-shirt is sweat-wicking and has an antibacterial grid texture to help you maintain hygiene during your workouts. Enjoy this $13 discount while you still can!

Men's 7" Short: was $68 now $54 @ HOKA

Men's 7" Short: was $68 now $54 @ HOKA
The men's 7" shorts from HOKA are designed to perform well in any workout with a drawcord for tightening around the waist, stretchy material to keep you nice and mobile and three storage pockets for your keys and energy gels — what more could you want from a pair of shorts?

Men's 1/2 Zip Wind Shell: was $78 now $59 @ HOKA

Men's 1/2 Zip Wind Shell: was $78 now $59 @ HOKA
This is a great pick if you are in need of a lightweight, windproof layer. Running in windy weather can be harsh to say the least, so having an upper body clothing garment to add a layer of protection is a must. Plus, this item is made from breathable material and has a half zip so you can pull off with ease if needed. All sizes are still available at time of writing - grab yours now!

Women's 1/2 Zip Jumper: was $88 now $69 @ HOKA

Women's 1/2 Zip Jumper: was $88 now $69 @ HOKA
Save $19 on this brightly colored durable fleece while all sizes remain available. Made from flat-faced fleece material, this overtop traps warmth and is moisture-wicking wicking so you feel cool and comfortable when you do heat up. There is a small chest pocket for storing things like your keys or bank card and the sleeves feature thumb holes to prevent any bunching on your arms.

Is Cyber Week a good time to buy HOKA?

Absolutely! As you'll notice when checking the tempting deals above, the face value of most HOKA products ain't cheap. But you get what you pay for with a premium brand like this. I've owned a pair of Hoka Kawana's for two years and despite being my go-to ParkRun shoe and what I often wear on my feet on long weekend walks, they are still going strong! Unfortunately, I couldn't find them in the sales but there are plenty of excellent alternatives above.

It's not every day you see a brand as in demand as HOKA slash their prices so low. For example, it's not easy to find a carbon-plated running shoe marked down by $80. If you want to deck your wardrobe with HOKA, now is your chance to do so for less.

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Jessica Downey
Fitness Writer

Jessica is an experienced fitness writer with a passion for running. Her love for keeping fit and fueling her body with healthy and enjoyable food quite naturally led her to write about all things fitness and health-related. If she isn’t out testing the latest fitness products such as the latest running shoe or yoga mat for reviewing then she can be found writing news and features on the best ways to build strength, active aging, female health, and anything in between. Before then she had a small stint writing in local news, has also written for Runners World UK (print and digital), and gained experience with global content marketing agency, Cedar Communications.


Born and raised in Scotland, Jessica is a massive fan of exercising and keeping active outdoors. When at home she can be found running by the sea, swimming in it, or up a mountain. This continued as she studied and trained to become a PPA-accredited magazine journalist in Wales. And since working and living in London, she splits her time between weight training in the gym, trying new fitness classes, and finding scenic running routes. Jessica enjoys documenting this on her fitness-inspired Instagram page @jessrunshere where she loves engaging with like-minded fitness junkies.


She is a big fan of healthy cooking and loves learning more about this area with expert nutritionists she has met over the years. Jessica is a big advocate for building healthy relationships with food rather than building restrictive attitudes towards it. When she isn’t eating or running she also enjoys practicing yoga in her free time as it helps her to unwind and benefits her performance in other sports.