All-weather trail hiking shoes
Named after Utah's rugged Tushire Mountains, this shoe is a trail-hike model that is waterproof. The upper is a combination of ballistic nylon with excellent abrasion resistance and a waterproof eVent layer on the inside, making it durable and highly comfortable regardless of the weather. The PU midsole with Inverflex technology is extremely flexible. And the outsole uses DuraTread rubber, which has excellent running performance in any environment.
[Product Details]・Use: Trail hiking
・Stack height: 27mm
* Please read the following items carefully in order to maximize the effects of Altra Zero Drop Shoes.
・In order to fit the shoes correctly, please choose a size where the toes and the tip of the shoes are separated by about 1.3 cm.
・"Zero Drop Shoes" allows you to relax not only in the legs but also in the whole body and walk with a feeling close to nature.
・At first, I feel that my toes are loose, but after a few days, my forefoot expands and I get used to the feeling.
・If you can grasp the above feeling firmly, it will be the most stable and you can walk comfortably.
While there are many shoe brands at present, is it really necessary to have a new shoe brand in order to wonder which shoes to choose even now? This was a big question that came to my mind before I started "ALTRA". From the experience of a long-distance runner of a former American national team, and the position of a running shop manager, I have been pleading with various major shoe makers for many years to make shoes that "can reduce heel strike" in a "natural state". I came, but unfortunately I couldn't find satisfying shoes. I tried a number of shoes that had their heels trimmed and modified to a "zero-drop" condition, and after a while I started recommending them to runners, there is a clear improvement from disabled runners and users who gave up running It was decided to make a prototype of "ZERO DROP". Shortly thereafter, the book "Born To Run" became a big hit in the United States, and barefoot running became known to people.