Whether you're getting up at sunrise to get in a quick trail run before work, or to hike until sundown and do it all again tomorrow, the Altra Lone Peak 4. 0 Trail Running Shoe is there to help you maximize your performance on the trail. Newly updated with a more durable upper and a grippier sole, the 4. 0 builds upon the reliable performance of previous models, which have become favorite of everyday trail runners and thru-hikers alike. The redesigned upper is more durable than any of its predecessors, so it can hold up to everyday abrasions on the trail and withstand longer miles, which helps with its growing popularity as a backpacking and thru-hiking shoe. The sole represents the biggest update--its MaxTrac rubber offers better grip and more durability than previous versions, with a more aggressive TrailClaw lug pattern to help you grip the trail in any conditions, wet or dry. You've also got reassurance against sharp rocks and other trail hazards, thanks to the StoneGuard rockplate, which has been updated to more directly map the skeletal structure of your foot, giving you the same protection as before with more natural flexibility. Apart from updates, the shoe boasts Altra's classic foot-friendly design. A wide toe box lets your feet splay natural for comfort and increased performance, while the Zero Drop platform allows for a more natural and low impact stride. Specific to the trail you've got a protective rubber toe cap with drainage points for wet days, and integrated gaiter compatibility to help keep out trail debris.
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Altra Lone Peak 4.0 Trail Running Shoe - Men's
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