Altra Lone Peak 4.5

Kieran Nay reviews the Altra Lone Peak 4.5 for Blister

The Lone Peak has been in Altra’s running lineup for many years now, serving as their rugged, moderate-cushion trail shoe. Check out our review of the latest iteration, the Lone Peak 4.5, to see how it compares to the last version, several of Altra’s other trail shoes, and some other options on the market.

Altra Timp 2.0

Gordon Gianniny reviews the Altra Timp 2.0 for Blister in Crested Butte, Colorado.

Altra made several significant updates to their high-cushion Timp and we think that, for many people, the new Timp 2.0 is a better shoe in most regards. Check out our review to see how this versatile, cushioned shoe compares to the previous Timp 1.5 and several other shoes on the market.

Hoka One One Carbon X

Maddie Hart reviews the Hoka One One Carbon X for Blister

The Hoka Carbon X is part of a new class of shoes designed with one goal in mind: running as fast as possible. But this carbon-reinforced road shoe doesn’t look like the race shoes of the past, so we were curious to see how it handled a variety of distances and speeds, and how it compared to more “normal” shoes like the Hoka Clifton 6. Check out our review to see what we found.

Salomon Sense 4 /Pro

Gordon Gianniny reviews the Salomon Sense 4 /Pro for Blister in Gunnison, Colorado.

The Salomon Sense 4 /Pro is basically the less racing-oriented, more cushioned version of their high-end S/Lab Sense 8, and we’ve been running in both to see how they compare, who’d be better off in each particular shoe, and how the Sense 4 /Pro compares to several other moderate-cushion trail shoes.