Specs

Weight 10 oz

While the men's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there is 1 review for other versions of the Lone Peak. Read all reviews »

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Manufacturer's Description

The Lone Peak stands above the rest. It was inspired by the rocky and gnarly peak in the Wasatch Mountains for which it was named. Capable of handling 100 miles of such terrain but light and soft enough for an autumn jaunt. A do-everything trail shoe that provides a smooth ride along with lightweight protection.

• Zero Drop EVA/A-Bound Midsole
• Foot Shaped Design: Male FS-1 Last
• NRS: Natural Ride System
• TrailClaw Outsole
• StoneGuard and Trail Rudder
• Strengthen and Support Insoles
• Quick dry abrasion resistant mesh upper with minimal seams
• Asymmetrical Lacing, HeelClaw, and A-Wrap for Superior Fit
• Drilex Premium Liner

Best for: mountain running, ultramarathon racing, peakbagging/acrambling, hiking, fastpacking/backpacking, outdoor multi-purpose, and everyday wear

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Altra Lone Peak Trail Running Shoe is inspired by the Lone Peak, one of the rockiest, toughest mountains on the Wasatch Range. The Lone Peak was designed to conquer the Wasatch 100. While the foot-shaped design allows athletes to stay relaxed and comfortable for hours, this do-everything mountain shoe promotes happy feet, increases ankle stabilization and improves form with the Zero Drop platform. The Lone Peak features an innovative, sandwiched StoneGuard system that deflects rocks into the midsole for a smoother, more stable ride. Stand above the rest with the ultimate trail running shoe.

- CampSaver.com

Altra Men's Lone Peak

MSRP:
$99.99

The Altra Men's Lone Peak is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 5, 2013 at CampSaver.com.

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