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A good combination of light weight and great Hoka cushioning. A nice package if you want one shoe to do the lot.

  • Positive
  • One of the lightest Hoka shoes
  • Negative
  • Feels a little flat, there are better Hoka's available
  • What we thought
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First impressions

For Hoka fans the MACH 3 offers all the familiar traits of the brand in a lightweight package. 

There’s maximal cushioning and a relatively low 5mm heel drop. It’s a quite simply put together shoe with few component parts, a two-piece midsole/sole and one-piece knitted mesh upper. This keeps the weight down but doesn’t detract from a good fit and racy feel to the ride.

For a shoe with similar features, check out the Hoka RIncon for comparrison. If you need even more cushioning, check out the Hoka Clifton 6, Bondi 6 or Elavon 2.


The PROFLY foam provides the usual cushioned landing and a propulsive toe-off. The rocker geometry provides a rolling and smooth ride.


The upper is produced using an engineered Jacquard Mesh which offers structure and an improved midfoot lockdown. The tongue features some neat cut-outs which will aid breathability.


The rubberized foam outsole delivers a high energy return, providing additional cushioning and good enough traction.


A shoe that is capable of long distance training and racing due to its light weight.

Technical info

PROFLY gives a cushioned landing and a propulsive toe-off.

Early Stage Meta-Rocker Geometry is a rockered midsole design engineered to provide a smooth ride.

Rubberized Foam outsole has a high energy return, provides additional cushioning and good traction.

Engineered Jacquard Mesh offers structure and an improved midfoot lockdown. 

Tongue features strategic cutouts for breathability.

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