Altra Timp 2 Men
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The new Quantic midsole material, also used in the Torin 4, provides plush but durable cushioning. Together with improved flexibility, the 19gram drop in weight of the Timp 2.0 achieves a faster feeling ride. The cushioning is so good that it could be described as a hybrid door- to-trail shoe. The 29mm stack height certainly eliminates the need for a rock plate. The lugs on the MaxTrac outsole are now more aggressive so should grip better on softer surfaces, but the perception is that it performs better on firmer trails.
There are a lot of similarities with the Lone Peak 4.5. The Timp 2.0 is now lighter than the Lone Peak 4.5 and boosts a more lively and durable midsole. The Lone Peak is probably a more nimble shoe and certainly has a more generous toe splay forefoot. Both models stand up well to some serious wear and tear.
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