The Clifton was justifiably a huge seller for Hoka, and the best selling shoe at Running Warehouse last year. It combined the massive cushioning that Hoka were famous for, but at a weight that other manufactures would label a racing shoe. That cushioning-to-weight ratio is hard to beat in any shoe. So the replacement, the Clifton 2, is not only important to Hoka, but to all of us that love the Clifton. Here’s my review and analysis of the Hoka Clifton 2, along with a comparison with the original Clifton, the Hoka Odyssey (the Clifton’s twin), Bondi, Mafate, Conquest, and even the Asics GT 2000. The shoe price widget will find the best price in your size for the new and original Clifton, as well as others.