Altra - Lone Peak 7 - Blue/Orange - Women's
A legendary trail runner with a lightweight upper, MaxTrac™ outsole, and EGO™ midsole.
The legend has evolved. Altra's best-selling trail shoe is now equipped with a seamless, stitch-less upper that’s lightweight and durable. With streamlined construction, stay nimble and confident on any terrain.
Roomy Original FootShape™ for Comfort Whatever the Distance
Altra's signature FootShape™ comfort gives your feet more space to sit naturally and is designed to address biological differences in men's and women's feet.
The Lone Peak 7 features Altra's Original FootShape™ Fit--the fit that started it all, Original is the roomiest of Altra's three options.
Zero Drop for Natural Alignment
Altra's Balanced Cushioning™ platform positions your heel and forefoot at an equal distance from the ground, encouraging better alignment, better form, and a low impact landing.
Responsive Yet Comfortable Midsole Cushioning
Altra's original Altra EGO™ foam is designed to provide added energy return and a responsive, yet soft, comfortable feel.
A Durable Outsole to Tackle Rough Terrain
An upgraded MaxTrac™ outsole offers stickiness and grip underfoot while an Altra EGO™ midsole helps achieve the perfect combination of responsiveness and comfort. Let your feet move naturally through nature with Original FootShape™ Fit.
These canted lugs on the outsole are strategically placed beneath the metatarsals to provide added traction underfoot.
Keep Dirt Out and Dry it Quickly
A hook-and-loop tab allows Altra's strapless gaiter to easily attach to the shoe, adding protection against rocks and debris.
The upper is made using quick-dry air mesh so that when water (inevitably) gets in, it drains and dries faster than more traditional mesh.
- Weight: 261g (W/US7)
- Stack height: 25mm
- Heel to toe drop: 0mm
- A cult-favourite with trail runners, hikers and OCR athletes
- Durable, comfortable, responsive and grippy--it's the Lone Peak you know and love
- Seamless and stitch-less upper increases comfort with fewer potential hotspots