All-weather trail hiking shoes
Named after Utah's rugged Tusher Mountains, this shoe is a waterproof trail hiking model. The upper is a combination of wear-resistant ballistic nylon and an inner waterproof eVent layer for durability and weather-independent comfort. The PU midsole with Invarflex technology is extremely flexible. And DuraTread rubber is used for the outsole, and it has excellent running performance in any environment.
[Product Details]・ Use: Trail hiking
・ Stack height: 27mm
・ Mid sole:PU
* Please read the following items carefully to maximize the effect of Altra Zero Drop Shoes.
・ In order to fit the shoe correctly, select a size so that the toe part and the tip part of the shoe are separated by about 1.3 cm.
・ "Zero Drop Shoes" can relax not only the feet but also the whole body, and you can walk with a feeling close to nature.
・ At first, the toes feel loose, but after a few days, the forefoot will expand and you will become accustomed to that feeling.
・ If you can grasp the above feeling firmly, it will be the most stable and you will be able to walk comfortably.
With so many shoe brands out there, you still wonder which shoes to choose, and do you really need a new shoe brand? This was a big question that came to my mind before I started "ALTRA". From the experience of a former American long-distance runner and the position of a running shop manager, I have been begging various major shoe makers for many years to make shoes that "can reduce heel strikes" in a "natural state". I came, but unfortunately I couldn't find a pair of shoes that I was satisfied with. After a while, I tried a number of shoes that had been scraped off the heel and modified to a "zero drop" state, and after a while I started recommending them to runners, so that there was a clear improvement for runners with disabilities and users who gave up running. I decided to make a prototype of "ZERO DROP". Shortly thereafter, the book "Born To Run" became a huge hit in the United States, and barefoot running became known to the public.