Under $60 for a brand-new pair of women’s Altra Lone Peak 3.5 trail running shoes is a screaming deal. Especially if you’re already an Altra convert.
We’ve got a few of those at GearJunkie. Here’s why: These running shoes let your toes spread far apart like they want to when barefoot. Once you get used to this feeling, along with the brand’s zero-drop platform, it’s kind of hard to go back.
These medium-cushion trainers are pretty playful, especially on Colorado’s trails. That said, if you’re coming from a traditional trail running shoe with a higher stack and narrower toe bed, Altra Lone Peak 3.5 will take some getting used to.
But at half off, what’s to lose? Snag these speedsters, regularly $120, for less than $60 — and use them as backups while you transition.Check These Out