Altra Lone Peak 5
- Surface: Aggressive, Uneven, Rocky Trails
- Category: Trail Neutral – This shoe allows your foot to react to the surface beneath it while providing enough midsole to protect it from the surface debris. Intended for runners who have a higher, more stable arch that does not pronate excessively (roll inwards), Neutral Cushioned Trail shoes offer very little or no pronation support while still maintaining the durability needed to handle trails.
- Altra EGO midsole for a responsive yet soft ride
- MaxTrac outsole and multi-directional lug pattern for grippy traction
- Laser cut holes on the upper for drainage
- Weight: 11.1oz
- Heel-to-Toe Offset: 0mm
- Cushion Level: Moderate Cushion
- Pronation Support Level: Neutral
- Style: AL0A4VQE-280
4.6/5 on 7 total reviews
Love the shoes!5
Great fit, comfort, durability, sole. Just an all around great shoe that looks good too!
Great shoes, the zero mm drop takes some getting used to
This is my first pair of Altra shoes and my first pair of shoes with a zero mm drop, they feel great out of the box but since I have been used to wearing shoes with at least a 5 mm heel to toe drop the do put some stretch on my calf muscles. I've been alternating wearing them only a few days a week and I am super happy with the shoes. The only complaint I have is the heel is pretty flimsy and makes it a little difficult for a big guy like me to get them on in the morning. I plan on purchasing another pair of Alta shoes in the future.
Altra is the best !
After wearing Hokas forever, I switched to this trail runner and love the way my feet feel now. My toes can spread out and no more foot issues.
Altra Lone Peak. My Go To Trail Shoe
I have always had trouble finding shoes that fit my feet comfortably. Fleet Feet Tallahassee suggested the Altra Lone Peak for me. The Foot Shaped Toe Box and Zero Drop are perfect for my feet. I have been using the Lone Peak as my main trail shoe for a few years now. I would totally recommend that you try them too.
These shoes had a very wide toe box so I had to exchange them for a 1/2 size smaller shoes. They are comfortable to wear and grippy. I hiked up Grandfather Mountain 12 miles total. Did a lot of climbing over rocks and boulders in them. At the end of the hike I noticed that the threads on the front of the shoe are already pulling out. This was after just one hike.