Lone Peak 3.0 Mid Neoshell Trail Running Shoe
The Altra Lone Peak 3.0 Mid Neoshell Trail Running Shoe is designed to keep your feet dry and comfortable as you run or hike on muddy trails, through stream crossings, or in inclement weather. Their NeoShell uppers provide this waterproof protection while also allowing heat and moisture from inside the shoes to escape to keep your feet comfortable mile after mile. Unpredictable weather creates unpredictable trails so the Lone Peak is outfitted with DuraTread rubber outsoles with TrailClaw lugs to ensure you have reliable traction on wet and dry terrain for a confident run. A flexible StoneGuard in the midsole prevents sharp rocks and roots from digging into your feet as you climb to the summit while the GaiterTrap hook-and-loop tabs allow you to attach gaiters to the shoes to prevent trail debris from getting in.
Aside from burly trail protection, the Lone Peak 3.0's feature technologies and features you'd expect from an Altra shoe. For starters, the Zero Drop Platform, that is a signature feature of Altra shoes, works with moderate cushioning to encourage a more natural gait and stride. Additionally, the FootShape Toe box lets your toes relax and spread out naturally through each stride for greater stability and comfort across shifting terrain. Finally, the Lone Peak 3.0's are constructed with a Fit4Her last to cater to feet with a narrower heel and midfoot, a higher instep, and a longer arch for a more precise fit to inspire confidence throughout your runs and hikes.
- Mid-height running and hiking shoes for performance on the trails
- Zero Drop Platform and moderate cushion encourage natural stride
- NeoShell repels water while allowing heat and moisture to escape
- EVA midsole with A-Bound bounces back and breaks down more slowly
- DuraTread soles deliver confident grip on tame and technical trail
- TrailClaw canted rubber lugs provide enhanced traction at toe-offs
- Flexible StoneGuard deflects sharp rocks from digging into feet
- FootShape allows relaxed toes for stability on shifting terrain