Torin 4.5 Plush Running Shoe
Adding luxurious cushioning to one of their most popular road shoes, Altra went all out with the Torrin 4.5 Plush Running Shoe to give you the cushioned comfort you need for your longest excursions on bike paths and pavement. Delivering the same foot-friendly features that have made Altra such a trusted name in distance running, like the Zero Drop platform and wide toe-box, this shoe beefs up the Torrin 4.5's cushioning to help runners who like a softer landing or are really pushing the distances on harder surfaces. The max-cushioned Quantic midsole ensures a soft and comfortable landing with every step, while delivering responsive energy return and remaining decidedly lightweight. A strobel layer and cushioned insole are also added to the Plush version of the Torin 4.5 to give you greater cushioning and comfort, helping you push yourself when you might otherwise be feeling the effects of a less cushioned shoe. A soft engineered knit upper offers comfort and breathability for long miles, and the flexible foot-mapped outsole allows your foot to flex and bend naturally through its gait, even with all that comfy cushioning in tow.
- Ultralight runner with maximum cushioning for a plush feel
- Midsole cushioning offers soft comfort and rebound on long runs
- Strobel layer and cushioned footbed deliver added comfort
- Flexible outsole design flexes easily with your foot's movement
- Zero Drop platform ensures a low-impact stride as you run
- Wide toe box allows your toes to splay naturally and comfortably
- Engineered knit upper redesigned to be an ounce lighter than the previous generation
- Item #ATRQ015
- Upper Material
- engineered knit
- Perf-X (EVA)
- FootPod (rubber)
- Support Type
- Heel / Forefoot Height
- 28 / 28mm
- Claimed Weight
- Recommended Use
- road running
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 30 days
What do you think about this product?
August 28, 2020
comfy, cushion packs down fast
- I've put it through the wringer
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 5` 11"
- 170 lbs
Been running in these for about a month. I have a wide foot, and switched to these after altra narrowed the timp 2 down. I'm pretty hard on shoes, run on average 35 miles a week, over steep and rough terrain. At first these shoes felt great, fit is perfect for my wide foot, they have a lot of cushion and feel like pillows on the feet, but snug so they are not sloppy. But for about a week now the cushioning under balls of feet are compacted down to almost nothing. I can feel every pebble, branch and root underfoot. And balls of feet are sore. It's pretty bad. I'm resorting to taking pre-run advil. That said, the upper looks great still. I found them on sale 104$ and just ordered another pair.