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Mens Altra Lone Peak 3.0 Trail Running Shoe

Men's Altra Lone Peak 3.0

Item #09496
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Men's ALTRA LONE PEAK 3.0™ :: Tackle the trails like never before in the newly updated Men's Altra Lone Peak 3.0™. With a new midsole and outsole design, plus an improved upper, you'll be amazed by the added comfort, support and traction you'll experience with this trail shoe. You'll be protected from rocks and other trail hazards in the StoneGuard™ technology, and the powerful carbon rubber TrailClaw™ outsole on the Lone Peak 3.0™ will give both your uphill and downhill travel a ton of grippy traction!

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Features & Benefits:

  • Zero Drop and FootShape toe box
  • Sandwiched StoneGuard technology: Protection from rocks and trail debris
  • Carbon rubber TrailClaw outsole: Combines uniques uphill and downhill lug traction
  • EVA with A-Bound Top layer midsole
  • DROP: 0 mm
  • WEIGHT: 9.8 ounces
Product 09496 Review

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Fairly good with some reservations...

3

This is not my favorite Altra shoe, but it does a solid job in certain instances. Pro: Normal fantastic Altra wide toe box, normal Altra zero drop, and excellent traction even in really slick footing. Cons: The mid foot feels narrow on the inside of the arch and overall the shoe feels sloppy in technical terrain. I think this is common in the larger stack height Altra Shoes such as the Paradigm or Olympus. In contrast Hoka Clifton's and Challengers while also having giant stack heights never ever felt sloppy to me. I think this is a good shoe for those much longer runs where the trail isn't (or is minimally) covered in roots, rocks, etc. Those nice open trails where your just cruising along. For technical trails I stick with the greatest trail shoe, the Superior!

Anthony M

San Diego, CA

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Altras made my feet hurt - how did that happen?

1

This is my third pair of Lone Peaks. My first pair was the LP2.0 in a size 10, and my feet fell in love with them until the uppers and soles both disintegrated at 185 miles. Then I got the LP2.5 and settled on a size 9.5. Those lasted many hundreds of miles - I probably should have replaced them sooner, but I was waiting for the LP3.0. My first pair of LP3.0 in a size 9.5 seemed to fit decently except for my toes, which jammed the the narrowed toe box - what happened to the footshape toe box? The size 10 gave me adequate toe room but my feet were slipping and sliding through the midfoot and heel, no matter how I laced them. Thankfully, Road Runner Sports still has the LP2.5 available until I can try to figure out the fit idiosyncrasies of the Superior or Olympus.

Scott

Pittsburgh, PA

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Too sloppy

2

Loved my Altra Superior 2.0 for all kinds of trails but wanted more cushioning. Also love my Altra Torin 2.5 for road running. However, do not like the fit and feel of these Lone Peaks. Compared to the Superior, they are narrower, longer, and sloppy feeling - my feet uncomfortably move around inside the shoe and lateral stability is poor. After trying in vain to love these for 200 mi, I'm trying the Olympus next.

TrailJunkie

CA

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Wide feet Rejoice!

5

Have been running 3 weeks in these and LOVE them. I am a size 10 women's shoe but have been wearing men's size 9 in Saucony and Mizuno for 15 years because I need a wider toe box. I initially got the size 9 in these (men's) but they were too short, so sent them back for a 9.5 and they fit well, have plenty (as in PLENTY) of room in the toe box and my toes don't hit the front of the shoe on downhill trails. I wonder if I could wear a women's shoe there is so much room. Your toes actually go straight ahead in the shoe. The traction is excellent, holding well on slippery surfaces and super steep stuff. I use them for road and trail, about 30-35 miles/week, wear a neutral shoe. I did do shorter runs (< 6 miles) for 2 weeks as recommended when new to zero drop, before going over 10 mile trail runs. This is the shoe for me.

Margaret

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Only held back by a fit...that doesn't fit

4

Pretty much all the things I was worried would go wrong with this update have gone wrong. I know that it's built on the same shaped last as the previous version, but because of the modifications to the upper, it just doesn't fit well anymore. My biggest complaint is that the shoe is too shallow at the toes. Going up a half size doesn't seem right because the space is still there at the base, but my toenails hit against the much more rigid top of the shoe in an uncomfortable way. It's too bad, because there are so many other obvious and welcome improvement, like the drastic reduction in lateral sliding through the midfoot and heal. I really hope they can get the fit figured out in the 3.5's so Lone Peaks can go back to being the best trail running shoes I've ever worn!

Timothy

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Amazing Shoe

5

Great shoe, nice and comfortable but the greatest point of difference is the wide toe box. I have long but medium width feet and never thought that a wide toe box was needed but I was wrong. As a forward foot striker the wide toe box feels great as your toes can spread out in the box and really help with balance, push off and comfort. I heard some complaints of feet swaying on tough terrain because of the extra room but I tightened down the laced a little tighter than normal and my improved foot strength stopped any unwanted movement. I also really like the zero toe drop. Love these shoes.

James

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20 Mile Trail Walks in Substantial Comfort

5

I use these shoes for trail hiking/running. I traditionally used hiking boots and this was my first experience walking/running 20 miles in these shoes. What a difference. The soles absorbed the trail much better than traditional trail boots. I had no blisters and my feet were noticeably less abused than when I used traditional trail shoes. Also, the large toe box prevented blisters that I have gotten in the past from ordinary trail shoes because my toes would swell and create additional friction points.

Michael

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Buy These Trail Shoes!

5

Best Trail Shoes Ever! I had the chance to road test some demos back in January and have been anxiously awaiting the July release. The best shoes are the ones you don't ever think about when you are running. These are those shoes. The fit is perfect, the cushion just right, and the grip is spectacular. I have so much confidence bombing downhills. Yet they are comfortable enough to go long. I've ran up to 50 miles in one stretch in the demos and I plan on wearing in my next 100. Buy these shoes!

matthew

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Best Trail Shoes I owe!

5

I have the LP 2.5 and love them so when the 3.0's came out I had to have them. So far I've run in them a few times but find them to be a more comfortable, stylish shoe than it's solid predecessor. The cushioning is similar but I feel the lugs provide better grip and the uppers are more durable and sturdy. I look forward to running a trail marathon in them next weekend and a 50k shortly after and will likely wear them for my upcoming 50 miler. Great shoe, confident, and conformable!

Brant

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Good shoes right out of the box

5

Right out of the box I used these for a 25 mile hike in GSMNP. No blisters or hot spots. The cushion felt pretty solid but I thought it would be a little more cushiony. My feet hurt a little at the end of the hike. That said it was 25 miles and 6000 feet elevation gain so I guess your feet are going to hurt a little. I'm normally a heal toe guy so I can't invision running in these yet. But hiking for sure.

Jason

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Good trail shoes, just maybe not on technical, rocky trail

3

I first did a easy paved run to see how the shoes felt, and I could tell a difference in the 0 rise, but it wasn't dramatic. When I took to a technical 10 mile trail I decided a felt too many of the sharp rocks. I like the shoes in general, the nice fit and construction, but prefer Hoka type cushioning. Just a preference.

Cory

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Not bad but not an improvement!

3

Too roomy overall... really liked the earlier version 2.0 much better. Toe box was fine but missed the tighter fit. Trail shoes need to be a little snug. Good shoe on all other measures. Just didn't feel comfortable for me. I felt I would take a tumble - didn't feel secure.

Michael

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comfortable, all-around shoe

5

Just tried Altras and found the wide toe box to be very comfortable. I transitioned from regular running shoes to the altras without any problems. I use them for running off road and as an all-around casual shoe.

Paul

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Great shoe. I definately will buy again

5

Great shoe. I do not wear them for trail running. Very supportive, and cushiony. More cushioning than my Lone Peak 2.5. Don't hesitate in buying them. Very comfortable.

Thomas

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Nice and cushy with a comfortable, roomy fit.

4

Very rocky trail running. Nice and light with excellent cushioning but needs a rock plate to protect from sharp rocks. Upper doesn't breathe enough for hot summer runs.

James

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A Great Running Shoe!

4

Very comfortable with the wide toe box, but I couldn't get used to the zero drop since I've been wearing Hoka's for the last 5 years. My Son absolutely loves them!

Ann

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This is my second pair!

5

This is my second pair. That says it all. Fit and function are perfect. If you tried barefoot running and want a little more cushioning this is the shoe for you.

Keith

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Love the Lone Peak 3.0

5

On my third pair. I have done multiple 50k's and 50 mile races in these right out of the box with no issues. Best shoe on market imo.

Robert

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Give yourself plenty of break in withers these zero drop.

5

These zero drop shoes made my Achilles very sore initially. Hindsight I would've given my self even longer break in period for ME!

Eric

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My favorite trail running shoe.

5

Put them on and started running. No break in needed. Good fit, good tread, just a good trail shoe. I will buy this one again.

Stuart

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Go to trail shoe

5

Excellent cushioning, traction, & trail mobility. Foot shape toe box aids in navigating technical single trck

Steven

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Alternative to Hoka

5

Just what I needed. Cushion. Tread. Zero drop. Cool color as well as all the specs of a trail specific shoe.

Hans

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Liked them so much I ordered another pair

4

Great light weight trail shoe. Only draw back, can feel sharp rocks occasionally through sole.

Tony

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Excellent shoe!!

4

Comfortable, sole grips well, but I have yet to take them out on a long trail run.

Brian

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Great trail shoe

5

Altras foot-shape shoe is amazing.

Stephen

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Super comfortable

4

Really comfortable and lightweight

VICTOR

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Nice shoe overall

4

A little to roomy in the mid foot

nathan

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Trails have met their match with this shoe

5

the best trail shoe ever

michael

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First time Altra user

4

Very comfortable.

Gary

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I would buy this again.

5

Great shoes!

Nader

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