With an updated upper and brand-new midsole foam, the Altra Torin 5 is better than ever.
The zero-drop trainer offers a premium, cushioned feel with Altra’s EgoMax midsole foam. This updated midsole foam provides support and responsive kick on the roads and trails, without adding additional weight. In fact, EgoMax is Altra’s bounciest foam yet.
A revamped upper is lightweight and breathable with cushioning in all the right places. Additional padding around the heel collar creates a secure, comfortable fit without constraining motion. The foot-shaped toe box, a signature of Altra design, allows for natural toe movement while running for the most stable fit yet.
The Altra Torin 5 is the ultimate zero-drop shoe, ready to take on the roads and the trails.
Altra Torin 5
7.3 oz (W) 9 oz (M)
Roads, Non-technical trails
Watch: Altra Torin 5 Review
If you’ve never run in a 0mm drop shoe before, the Altra Torin 5 is the perfect shoe to start with.
Its plush and balanced cushioning makes it the perfect choice for long runs, cross-training and daily miles.
Watch Victor review the newest updates to this cushioned trainer along with why it’s a great option for folks with a wider foot.
4/5 on 3 total reviews
Altra Torin 5 - Still Adjusting
Interesting shoe - something different. I decided to give it a try and I am still adjusting to the shoe. I am 55 years old and the flat posture of the shoe has caused some soreness in my heals and feet. No from a lack of cushioning etc,, but from stretching my foot and heal. Jury is still out on a thumbs up/thumbs down opinion on the shoe.
Altar Torin 5
Great width and very comfortable, Altra says this as a moderate cushioned shoe. That might be a bit of a stretch. The bottoms may be a little too soft. Overall, I love the shoe. I wish the Torin was a max cushioning shoe.
Altra Toruń 5
Great shoe overall, excellent cushion and great toe box. So far 50 miles in them and still going strong. Forefoot and upper great material. Altra still hasn’t fixed their sizing issues but it’s minor to me