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Lone Peak 3.5 - Women`s Black



$89.97 (25% off)



Item # AFW1755F-4


  • Description
  • Item Specs
  • Product Reviews
  • If you love the Altra Lone Peak 3.0 you will love the 3.5 with its updated fit, look and feel. The drainage holes keep your feet from getting soggy, an all-new 4-point GaiterTrap™ keeps dirt and rocks out, and an upgraded mesh upper offers enhanced durability. The Lone Peak 3.5 is better than ever and ready to eat up those technical climbs and descents. Run with confidence and conquer the gnarliest terrain with the fully cushioned Zero Drop™ Platform, FootShape™ Toe box, and MaxTrac™, TrailClaw™ outsole.
  • Features:
  • Foot Shape - Allows your toes to relax and spread out naturally for more comfort and stability in uphill climbs and downhill descents
  • Zero Drop - Places your heel and forefoot the same distance from the ground to encourage proper, low-impace form throughout your trail run
  • Abound - Energy-return compound sits directly under the foot to reduce ground impact and add a spring to each step.
  • Gaiter Trap - Hood and loop tab allows strapless gaiter attachement that prevents debris from building up beneath the shoe
  • Trailclaw - This unique tread pattern positions lugs beneath your metatarsals for incredible traction in steep climbs and descents
  • MaxTrac - This all new rubber outsole compound provides incredible grip, traction and durability in mulitple terrains
  • Sandwiched StoneGuard™ Rock Protection next to the foot
  • Natural Ride System
  • Upper: Quick-Dry Air Mesh
  • Midsole: Dual Layer EVA / A-Bound™
  • Outsole: MaxTrac™ Rubber with TrailClaw™
  • Insole: 5 mm Contour Footbed
  • Weight: 8.7 oz. / 247 g
  • Stack Height: 25 mm

Average of 1 customer reviews:

Serina - Staff
June 2018

800 Miles Later, Still Love It!
5/5 Avg. Product Rating

Age Range: 13-25
Gender: female
Best shoe I have ever hiked in. I got about 800 miles out of this shoe on the Pacific Crest Trail last summer, super comfortable. The wide toe-box really makes a difference, I got 0 blisters when I switched to this shoe. It dries out incredibly quick, so dont worry about stepping in streams. The zero drop does take a couple days to get used to, so I would recommend wearing them around the house and doing some shorter hikes before any long backpacking trips. They are trail shoes so the sole will wear out quicker if you wear them around town.