The Lone Peak 2.0 is another great Altra shoe! It is a stylish, zero-drop shoe with a very roomy toebox.
As I’ve stated before, I love a roomy toebox, and these are perfect in that regard! This model has a very comfortable upper that is durable and breathable. They fit true to size – I normally wear a size 10 and the size 10 was spot-on.
The outer sole of this shoe is excellent. It is perfect for softer trails, and I think it would also do the trick on hard-packed trails. I do worry that it would wear down rather quickly on pavement.
This shoe was very comfortable – I almost thought it was a little too soft. I’ve checked out a couple of other reviews and they didn’t note this issue, so perhaps it is just a personal preference.
The shoe has a 20mm heel and a 20mm forefoot – zero drop.
The size 10 weighed 12.6 ounces on my scale.
The Lone Peak 2.0 has a burly tread, a lightweight but impressively durable upper, and just the right amount of cushioning to get me through the roughest trail conditions. – Jason Schlarb
– wide toebox
– great outer sole
– very comfortable
– durable and well-made
– 12.6 ounces is too heavy for racing most distances
– a little too soft?
The Lone Peak 2.0 is available at Running Warehouse for $120.
Also, check out Tom Hutton’s review at Light Heart Light Feet.