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Altra Men's Lone Peak 3.0

The Men's Lone Peak 3.0 has been discontinued. It was replaced by the Altra Lone Peak 4.5.

photo: Altra Men's Lone Peak 3.0 trail running shoe

Specs

Price Historic Range: $59.83-$119.95
Reviewers Paid: $85.00-$130.00

Reviews

3 reviews
5-star:   2
4-star:   1
3-star:   0
2-star:   0
1-star:   0

Great shoe. Use for hiking. Highly recommend.

Pros

  • Comfort
  • Traction
  • Breathability

Cons

  • Loose heel

Great shoe. Normally wear a wide and the D width in the Altras fits perfect. The toe box allows the toes and ball of foot ample room. A nice mid range rigidity, comfortable and flexible but still sturdy for long hikes.

Used on a 20-mile hike from valley floor of Yosemite up to Cloud's Rest and back down. Mid-foot is secure. Heel does have a bit much padding and slightly loose. Easy remedy by wear to pairs of socks.

Overall an extremely comfortable shoe!

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $85

Alicia MacLeay TRAILSPACE STAFF

Welcome to Trailspace, Nicholas. How many miles do you have on your Altras so far?


4 years ago
g00se

I'd very much like to know how these last over time. Please keep us updated.


4 years ago

My go-to trail running and hiking shoe. The Birkenstocks of trail running shoes. Incredible comfort due to the wide toe box, low drop, flexibility and cushioning.

I have used in many conditions except for mud. An almost perfect running shoe no matter how far you run. Great for hiking too as I've taken them out several times for five mile hikes and great for trail running no matter how far you run.

Pros

  • Comfort
  • Toe box room
  • Flexibility and weight

Cons

  • None

I have used in many conditions except mud (SoCAL you know) and they perform well in all of these conditions. An almost perfect running shoe no matter how far you run and they are great for hiking too.

Source: bought it new

Great for thru hiking, just watch out for shin splints. You may need an insert for support.

Pros

  • Wide foot box
  • Comfortable
  • Lightweight

Cons

  • Need to be lightweight if backpacking

Great shoes for long distance hiking. Just be sure to get inserts before starting as you may encounter shin splints your second or third week into it. Inserts clear that up right away.

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $130

Alicia MacLeay TRAILSPACE STAFF

What do you use for inserts, Close call?


2 years ago

rated 5.00 of 5 stars All Lone Peak 3.0 versions

In addition to the 3 men's reviews above, there is 1 review for another version of the Lone Peak 3.0. Read all reviews »

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