What’s different between the 360 ̊ and the HFS?

The 360 ̊ is a protective cross-training shoe for more aggressive exercise and activity.
The 360 ̊’s sole comes with an omni-directional tread for traction while jumping or scaling obstacles.
And the upper has “grip ribs” for effortless rope climbing and extra durability.

The HFS is lighter than the 360 ̊ , with a more breathable mesh for running.
The HFS’s sole has a tire tread-inspired sole that’s made to handle roads and have extra traction.
And the lining using “37.5” material, which is designed for extra moisture wicking.