Meet the Mach, the lightest shoe in Hoka’s all-new, incredibly light, Fly collection.


Weighing in at just 8.2 ounces for a men’s size 9, the Mach is designed to be your new slick and swift best friend.


8.2 oz (M9) / 6.7 oz (W7) / 5 mm Heel-Toe Drop


If this cushion-to-weight ratio sounds familiar, that’s because the Mach is a direct descendant of Hoka’s super-speedy Clayton.


Building off the success of the Clayton, the midsole of the Mach features Hoka’s Profly technology. This dual density cushioning provides a soft landing in the heel and a stable, responsive pop at toe-off.


In addition, the Mach has a full-length RMAT outsole for increased snap, grip, and durability.


RMAT- Light, airy EVA foam blended with traditional rubber.


To finish things off, the upper on the Mach is an open-knit construction made of soft, engineered mesh that helps dial in the fit and boasts lightweight breathability.


I have only logged a couple runs in this shoe so far, but the initial standout for me is the snappy, responsive ride. Significantly firmer underfoot than most other Hokas, the Mach feels fast, stable, and effortless. The other key standout is the snug, lockdown fit through the midfoot. Much like the Clifton 4, the arch in the Mach feels very sculpted and is quite prominent in the shoe.


The Mach landed in the shop just this past week, so stop on by and give them a try. You’re going to love it!