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I considered trimming that section of the insole down with scissors to make a smoother angle against the bottom of my foot, but just breaking them in did the trick.
These are the worst blisters I have ever had with any pair of shoes ever. I thought it would get better, but i'm 5 or 6 runs back from a stress fx and I have to drain my foot after every run. Disappointed in these shoes
Then I thought maybe I got unlucky and bout C3â€™s. Those blistered from the start.
Both were in the same spot by my pinky toe. I know another person who had the same issue.
Hoka no more for me.
2's, 3's and 4's. The 4's are by far my least favorite for several reasons and I'm glad there are still 3's readily available. There's also evidence that the blistering was an issue with the Claytons, both years, but several people still run in them without issues.
"The first virtue in a soldier is endurance of fatigue; courage is only the second virtue."
- Napoleon Bonaparte
I've given up on Hoka making a shoe worthy of my money. Insoles/arches, uppers and toe box design are simply bad designs. Pity, since the outsoles and midsoles are/were so good (before they just started changing the formula).
I heard all the new Hoka models were running narrow in the mid-foot. Switched back to New Balance and couldn't be happier.