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REI having clearance sales on Altra Superior 4 shoes.

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I picked up a pair of these on a SD post a few weeks back from JackRabbit. Initial impressions: the shoe is a delight, wide toe box is so comfortable. These will not make a good option for walking / running on concrete. The knobs are going to rip off unless you're using these for actual trail running. I intend to use these for backpacking and I'm impressed by the light weight and comfort.

I'm re-buying a 1/2 size larger than my normal shoe size specifically because I'm hiking and feet swell. Normal street shoe size is fine at 10.5 if you're just running, but if you're walking down hills w/ a pack on - you'll eventually start losing toe nails.

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great shoe great price. too bad no 15s!
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Good trail shoe. I was about to buy but decided to go with the Hoka Torrent for $59.83 instead. Can't go wrong with either of these IMO.
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great shoe great price. too bad no 15s!
Thanks for making it so I don't have to go look :-P Always trying to track down deals on size 15 boots and trail runners.
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women's [rei.com] also $54.83 (black/purple); added to wiki
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I picked up a pair of these on a SD post a few weeks back from JackRabbit. Initial impressions: the shoe is a delight, wide toe box is so comfortable. These will not make a good option for walking / running on concrete. The knobs are going to rip off unless you're using these for actual trail running. I intend to use these for backpacking and I'm impressed by the light weight and comfort.

I'm re-buying a 1/2 size larger than my normal shoe size specifically because I'm hiking and feet swell. Normal street shoe size is fine at 10.5 if you're just running, but if you're walking down hills w/ a pack on - you'll eventually start losing toe nails.
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In hindsight, I would have gone for these over the Lone Peak 4. These are a little closer to the ground, less cushioned, but still far from true minimalist shoes. I've only owned zero- and low-drop shoes for 15 years or so, so the "learning curve" wasn't really a thing.

The Lone Peaks feel like running and hiking on clouds...not always good for trail feel, but my feet appreciate the reduced soreness.

This is $10 better than I've seen anywhere else. Huge TU.
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Prob not good for mixed trails? I run about half concrete half trail.
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Prob not good for mixed trails? I run about half concrete half trail.
At this price, you'll be hard pressed to get many better options other than Hoka which might be better for the combination you're looking at. That said, I have no experience with the Hoka.

The tread on these is as aggressive as any shoe I've ever seen. Superb on trails but will wear fast on road and I agree on the "learning curve" for zero drop being a non-issue unless you're really prone to foot issues.
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Decided to go with the Torin 4 plush. at $69

https://www.rei.com/product/15626...shoes-mens

I enjoy extra cushion in my shoes and from the looks, seems like a good option for all-around shoes since I'm not doing a ton of my run on a trail (very light trail btw). Moving on from my ultra boosts 19 that are wearing down. Thanks for the post, wouldn't of found if it weren't for your post.
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I picked up a pair of these on a SD post a few weeks back from JackRabbit. Initial impressions: the shoe is a delight, wide toe box is so comfortable. These will not make a good option for walking / running on concrete. The knobs are going to rip off unless you're using these for actual trail running. I intend to use these for backpacking and I'm impressed by the light weight and comfort.

I'm re-buying a 1/2 size larger than my normal shoe size specifically because I'm hiking and feet swell. Normal street shoe size is fine at 10.5 if you're just running, but if you're walking down hills w/ a pack on - you'll eventually start losing toe nails.
cut your toe-nails and it's not a problem
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Got these on the recent jackrabbit deal in yellow, the primary thing is you want these only for trail running, no concrete or casual use. They are quite knobby/gripped for trail running and fit great so far though only a few runs in. My only negative so far is the original laces are extremely long and ended up tying them weird to use the excess. Will definitely trim them or swap later. Size wise they fit same as most other shoes I've ordered not requiring up or down, a little looser in the toe box than most running shoes which was a nice change
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Any good for hiking?
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