While most athletic sneakers have the ability to be worn for both performance and lifestyle use, Hoka One One is urging fans to specifically wear its latest running shoe for its intended purpose.

Today, the company released its newest TenNine sneaker that it says make trail running easier and faster, but should only be worn for just that. This is due to its intricate tooling, most notably the height of the heel on the midsole that measures up to 33 millimeters, which is one of the tallest in the market.

Even daily activities like walking up the stairs or driving while wearing the shoes are advised against seen with the shoe's product description that reads "WARNING: Hoka One One designed this product as a piece of specialized equipment specifically for running. Think of these like ski boots or cycling shoes. Using this product for anything other than running may impair balance and dexterity. So, don't wear these on stairs or while driving. Time to Fly!"

Readers who are interested in picking up the latest Hoka One One TenNine can grab a pair now on Hokaoneone.com for $250.

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