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LP Alpine Hiking Shoe - Men's

4.145161290322581 out of 5 stars
124 Reviews

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Why We Like The LP Alpine Hiking Shoe

From scree ridgelines to bustling sidewalks, the LP Alpine Hiking Shoe prevails. With burly canvas and suede uppers, these trekkers don't tiptoe around sandstone or cringe at home projects. No matter what terrain we traverse—technical trails or slick warehouse floors—the rugged sole keeps us surefooted.


  • Durable hiking shoe to take you from summit to pub
  • Stylish uppers are at home on the trail and in the city
  • 0mm drop encourages a natural stride
  • Cushy midsole delivers all-day comfort and energy return
  • Durable sole provides reliable traction on varying terrain
  • Roomy toebox allows toes to splay naturally
  • Item #ATRQ01W
Upper Material
[vamp] hemp canvas [overlays] suede
Altra EGO (proprietary blend of cushioning compounds)
DuraTread rubber
Claimed Weight
Manufacturer Warranty
300-500 miles

Overall Rating

4 based on 124 ratings

Review Summary

1 Stars - 12 reviews
2 Stars - 7 reviews
3 Stars - 15 reviews
4 Stars - 7 reviews
5 Stars - 83 reviews

Fits True To Size

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3 out of 5 stars

May 2, 2024

I tried two pairs, but my right heel rubs in these

I was going to use these two walk / hike in, but the right shoe constantly rubs the back of my heel. I tried two pair, thinking it was possibly just a defective pair, but after receiving and trying the second pair, I'm going to return them. I was reading reviews and the only issues I saw were with materials quality, so I suppose these won't work for me. I'll look for another. Regardless, I'd still recommend these because they felt great overall, when it didn't rub the back of my heel. I gave them a 3 star based on my personal experience and the fact I didn't keep either.


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5 out of 5 stars

April 28, 2024

Back to buy another pair

I wear this shoe every day. All the time. For all the things. Inside and out. Wore them out. Back for another pair. I like that the dark green looks good with black and blue, so everything. Some reviewers said that they sounded like walking around in cleats. About once a month my life will be quiet enough to notice, but usually, there's just too much going on to notice.


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5 out of 5 stars

March 29, 2024

most comfortable shoe wish they kept it

soft suede durable sole make for a comfortable shoe from hiking to work and around the neighborhood


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3 out of 5 stars

March 2, 2024

Unexpected flaw on an otherwise great shoe

Shoes look and feel great but have noticed one unexpected flaw. As the lace eyelets are just holes in the leather they seem to be tearing. Could be a more serious issues if you like your shoes tight. I've been wearing mine relatively loose for just over a year. Something to be aware of. Otherwise great shoes.

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3 out of 5 stars

March 1, 2024

Comfortable, versatile, not durable.

I have used this for hiking and casual wear. Generally speaking, I like it. I would love it if the outsole and materials were more durable. Also, this shoe has gone unchanged for a while with the exception of the price. This thing has gone up considerably without any enhancements being made to the shoe; therefore, I will move on to something else.


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5 out of 5 stars

February 7, 2024

Love the shoe, wish the soles were a bit more durable

I have had these for almost a year, wearing them M-F for an office job, so only really getting a lot of pavement in when I walk to lunch every day. They are super comfortable for most walks. If I'm moving at a fast pace or walking for miles on end I prefer my Lone Peaks. I could jog in these but I use my Lone Peaks for that instead. They are much better looking as a casual shoe though, and I really appreciate the muted colorways. I would like a 2.0 version to have a bit more robust outer sole. In 11 months of wearing these the lugs have worn off (probably 3-4 months earlier) under the ball of my foot and heel. I think a more traditional "casual" sole would not only make it more durable but also make it less likely to cause fatigue. They get pretty slick in the rain once the lugs are gone too.

J. T.

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5 out of 5 stars

February 2, 2024

This is the most comfortable pair of shoes I own.

I own several pairs of Altras, all super comfortable. This pair of Alpines is amazing, my feet have never felt more comfortable in a shoe. I plan on getting a second pair soon.


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5 out of 5 stars

January 12, 2024

Great feeling and great looking shoe

These shoes are incredibly comfortable. I've owned several other styles of Altra and these are by far my favorite fit. I feel like they have the perfect amount of support. I hope they wear well.


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5 out of 5 stars

December 8, 2023

Less is more

Podiatrist said get cushioned soles. These Alpine shoes have thinner soles than the Olympus 2 or 5 and the tread seems to grip better. Surprisingly I find the Alpine is much more comfortable than Olympus or Hoka or Sauconey shoes in my closet which all have thicker cushioning than Alpine and rocker soles. Alpine are the most comfortable shoes I have owned in years.


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3 out of 5 stars

December 5, 2023

Not as wide as they used to be.

My first pair of Altra LP Alpine was a game changer for me. They actually were "foot shaped" and fit my 4E feet great (at size 10.5), but after 12 months, they were starting to show too much wear and when I got my next pair they were about 1/4 inch narrower, which makes them less good than other brands that have higher quality builds in this price range. I wish they would switch back to the original "Original" foot shape, or better yet, have actual sizes to choose from. I'm sick and tired of "wide" shoes that are only D width. I'm back to looking for a great shoe brand that wants to make great shoes.

SD Hiker

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