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Altra Lone Peak ALL-WTHR Mid 2 Man - Black
Altra Lone Peak ALL-WTHR Mid 2 Man - Black
Altra Lone Peak ALL-WTHR Mid 2 Man - Black
Altra Lone Peak ALL-WTHR Mid 2 Man - Black
Altra Lone Peak ALL-WTHR Mid 2 Man - Black

Altra Lone Peak ALL-WTHR Mid 2 Man - Black

179,00 €
incl. 24 % VAT
Get the support of a hiking boot with the comfort of a trail runner to tackle any terrain, in any condition! (see description below)

(size chart see attachments)

Zero drop - Wide toe space - Quite light - Quite stiff and thick sole - VEGAN - WATERPROOF

Heavy hiking boots shouldn’t tire you out…the adventure should! With the Lone Peak ALL-WTHR Mid 2, we combined the comfort of a trail runner with the support of a hiking boot, minus the bulk. Treat your feet to our roomy Original FootShape™ Fit and responsive yet soft Altra EGO™ midsole foam. With a grippy DuraTread™ outsole, you’re ready to conquer a thru-hike or hit your neighborhood dirt loop with confidence.

FEATURES

  • Midsole: Altra EGO™
  • Outsole: MaxTrac™
  • Stack Height: 25 mm
  • Upper: Water-resistant bootie construction
  • Footshape: Original
  • Family: Lone Peak
  • Cushioning: Moderate
  • Line: HIKING, TRAIL
  • Weight: 428 g


PETRI'S PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

A waterproof and elevated model of the Lone Peak 8 that can cope with the rain and any winter snowfall! You can also run with the shoe quite moderately, as long as you don't put the laces on the upper part too tight - the model is by no means as stiff as you can imagine from that introductory slogan.

Below is the product description of the basic model and apply it, remembering that the ALL WHTR MID model is not quite as nimble as the basic version, but on the other hand, it can handle all the weather where a man moves, as long as the rest of the clothing, up to the socks, is in order.

The Lone Peak 8 is exellent for the first (thick-soled) barefoot shoe or a friend of the thinnest barefoot shoes. As a running shoe, it is naturally great for running, especially on trails and terrain. The Lone Peak also rolls moderately on asphalt, even though it's not an actual road shoe - if you're looking for more of them, check out the Escalante and Outroad.

Lone Peak is not bad for walking in the city or on the hard floors of the store either - you don't feel the the pattern of the outole when walking. Lone Peak is a grippy shoe even on snow in winter. In light rain, the shoe doesn't absorb water from puddles very easily. The wide sole also provides safety for fitness and family games outside. It also goes with jeans as a sporty look.

On a scale of pure barefoot shoe - hybrid model - minimalist shoe (thick-soled barefoot shoe), I count the Lone Peak in the "thick-soled barefoot shoe" category.

Suitability for barefoot shoe beginners

With these shoes, you can safely get to know how the natural zero drop in the shoe affects your movement and how the wide toe space frees your toes! According to your own experience, if you want, you can buy the pure barefoot shoes after a few months/half a year, when you have used Altras and hopefully strengthened the muscles, tendons and fascia of your feet with a suitable foot workout.

Suitability for experienced barefooters

This is a great pair of shoes if running in the terrain appeal to you and/or for long walks or family games on asphalt! Save your feet on a hard surface, but still provide the same important things as real barefoot shoes in the form of zero drop and good toe space.

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