Ready to feel wicked fast over varied terrain? Altra Zero Drop’s newest lightweight performance off road shoe, The Superior™ aims to have you blitzing up abandoned trails, skirting around hikers and headed straight into off-road euphoria.Read More
Although it’s zero-drop at heart and minimalist by design, the Lone Peak 1.5 from Altra Zero Drop doesn’t skimp on the features you need to tackle rough trails. Get ready to slide your foot inside this zero-drop trail runner and set your feet free on the trail.
Less is definitely more when you slip on the Delilah from Altra Footwear. Designed specifically for women, this shoe’s close fit, light internal support, and minimalist design encourage your foot to find its natural landing position for less impact and a more efficient and aligned stride.
Welcome to the Altra Revolution my friends!Read More
Remember when you used to run on intuition? Think back—this was long before any well-meaning coach, spouse or local running store guru started tweaking your form this way or that. It predated the exercises and drills and gadgets and your closet full of this season’s must-have running shoes. You just ran and it was good. Consider the Altra Intuition your passport back to that simpler time.Read More
Procrastinators beware: post offices and other carriers have domestic shipping deadlines that are fast approaching. All carriers advise not to wait any longer to send Christmas goodies, greeting cards and gifts across the country. That being said, we understand that you might still be struggling to find that perfect gift for the outdoor enthusiast in your life. As such, here’s a few suggestions that stem from some of our favorite gear of the past year.Read More
Remember what it felt like to run as a child? That feeling of freedom as your short quick strides carried you across the open grassy fields.
Back then we never thought about the length of our stride or how our feet contacted the ground. We just ran… fast and free. Thankfully today’s modern minimalist running movement offers us all the chance to go back to those moments of childlike bliss.Read More
After 30 years of shoes primarily designed to control how the feet move while running, there’s been a major shift in thinking toward shoe designs intended to accommodate the natural movement of your feet and optimally efficient running form.
At the crux of this movement is the notion that the foot can do a better job at self-stabilizing and balancing the weight of the body when it can move freely and is allowed more, relatively unencumbered, natural contact with the ground than when it’s in a shoe that is thickly cushioned or overly correcting by design.