Review: Altra One 2.5 Shoes
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Apr 12, 2016  hits 31,386

The One 2.5 (left) next to its predecessor the One 2.
The One 2.5 (left) next to its predecessor the One 2.

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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