Lone Peak 4 Mid Mesh Trail Running Shoe - Men's by Altra
Despite the fact that an additional waterproof lining can come in handy, not all terrain calls for the added protection--especially if the climate is hot, too. Case in point, the Altra Men's Lone Peak 4 Mid Mesh Trail Running Shoe is designed to meet you halfway, offering you ample ankle protection and fast-packing capabilities combined with breathable performance. Building off of the success of Altra's Lone Peak NeoShell, this trail running shoe features a similar concept and constitution, minus the weatherproof layer. And like all Altra shoes, the Lone Peak 4 is endowed with a wide girth and zero drop platform, ensuring a natural stride. Additionally, the mesh upper provides ample ventilation, without letting in sand and other grit, while the redesigned GaiterTrap now touts four points of attachment rather than two. A springy EVA midsole attenuates impact, enhances energy return, and provides a structured, supportive feel underfoot, and the StoneGuard is just flexible enough to maintain trail-feel and defends your foot at the same time. And, last but not least, the rugged outsole chews up and spits out terrain as you rack up the miles.
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