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Zero drop for rough trails.

As a Utah based brand, Altra took inspiration from one of the most rocky, rugged mountains in the Wasatch Range when it designed the Men's Lone Peak 2.0 Trail Running Shoe. Altra made this shoe burly enough for tough 100 milers like the Wasatch 100, but the Lone Peak is just as perfect for your everyday trail runs. Like Altra's entire line of running shoes, the Lone Peak features a foot-shaped profile and a Zero Drop design. 

What makes the Lone Peak stand out from the rest of Altra's line, though, is its aggressiveness. A toothy carbon rubber TrailClaw outsole digs into a variety of terrain, with lugs designed for both uphill and downhill traction, while sandwiched StoneGuard technology keeps out rocks and debris. Full cushioning keeps your foot comfortable whether you're running 100 miles or just doing a bit of training in the rugged hills behind your house. 

  • Fully-cushioned
  • Zero-drop platform
  • Foot-shaped toe box
  • Quick-dry trail mesh upper
  • 5mm contour footbed
  • Natural Ride System
  • GaiterTrap technology
  • Sandwiched StoneGuard rock protection
  • Dual-layer EVA midsole with A-Bound top layer
  • TrailClaw outsole

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5 5

Hubby Loves It

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

This is the first pair of Altra's that I got for my husband. He has the weirdest shape foot in the world, especially wide in the toe area. He has struggled to find shoes that fit his foot even remotely, let alone comfortable and functional. He slipped these on and hasn't taken them off. This is the shoe he chooses to use for everything from walking around at Oktoberfest to his morning work out. This might very well be the first shoe he won't blow out on the sides. He also gets compliments on the shoe every time he wears it.

5 5

Best Trail Running Shoe for me

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

No more foot pain and very little, if any, knee pain. I am now back to running outside and loving it.

I'm 61, have had knee surgery and two years ago major back surgery. About seven years ago I had a diagnosis of Plantar Fasciitis, went to a Podiatrist and was told I shouldn't run any more and to take up bicycling. He also sold me a pair of custom orthotics. I stopped running, took up biking, wore the orthotics and "corrective" shoes he suggested. My feet still hurt. Eventually I found barefoot running and my pain ceased to exist. I surmised that my feet had weakened and that I needed to strengthen my feet. I was running barefoot on my treadmill. In 2010 I retired and put the treadmill into storage. My foot pain returned. I tired several different brands of minimalist shoes but I still had some foot pain and always knee pain. Eventually, I was able to get the treadmill out of storage and my foot pain went away but I still wasn't running outside.

I recently purchased the Lone Peak's and I am back running outside and loving it. I actually bought the Lone Peaks for hiking and backpacking, but I love running in them. I also own Altra Samsons.

For most of my life I've been wearing size 10.5 running shoes, but since I started running in minimalist shoes, I've become a size 11. I really enjoy the larger toe box and lacing system. I've yet to wear gaiters but I did notice a little Velcro device on the heel to keep the gaiters in place; clever. The Lone Peaks are light, very comfortable, provide great protection from rocks and stumps on the trail and they look good. I like the black color which is more in keeping with my lifestyle.