Review: Altra One 2.5 Shoes
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Apr 12, 2016  hits 31,457

Since first transitioning to Altra Running shoes in early 2012, I've been a dyed-in-the-wool convert. In the years since then, I've dabbled in some other shoes from time to time, but once I was used to zero drop, I could never tolerate anything else long enough to do a real review. Today I'm reviewing Altra's flagship racing shoe, the One 2.5. Read the full review for my impressions of this lightweight neutral racer.


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  • The One 2.5 (left) next to its predecessor the One 2.
  • The One 2.5 (right) with its predecessor the One 2.
  • The One 2.5 (right) with its predecessor the One 2.
  • The One 2.5 (left) with the Altra 3-Sum.
  • The One 2.5 (left) with the Altra 3-Sum.
  • The One 2.5 (left) with the Altra 3-Sum.
  • The One 2.5 (left) with the Altra 3-Sum.
  • The One 2.5 (left) with the Altra 3-Sum.

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