Altra Altra Via Olympus Men's


Max Comfort Meet Road.
~ Michibiku for the best healing ~

A new Mac Scushion road model that combines the cushioning and stability of the trail running model "OLYMPUS" is now available.

VIA OLYMPUS is equipped with a 33mm Altra Egotm Max midsole, the highest stack height ever.The lightweight, cushioning, and rebellion midsole is specially designed for the highest ride, regardless of distance.

Peculiar to the platform shoesSome people are concerned that the thickness will be stable, but VIA OLYMPUS has many functions that create stability like the trail model Olympus.

Structure of shoes that increase the installation surface and bring a sense of stability
As the whole approaches the ground, it is wider. This increases the installation area on the ground, so that the cushion is thick, prevent wobbly and unstable.

Midsole structure optimized for bending your feet
InnerFlexTM Inner flexA midsole with an optimized structure for bending the legs, the lattice -shaped flexible groove gives the flexibility of the foot in addition to higher performance improvements.

"Balanc cushions" and "foot shape design", which are characteristics of Altra shoes, are also used for this model.

"Foot Shape Design" adopts a spacious original to provide the necessary space for natural movements, and the locker shape is more efficient and more efficiently off.VIA OLYMPUS achieves a comfortable running comfort even at long distance.

About size. . .
There is no problem with the same size as Altra Olympus and Escalante Racer.
I think it would be okay if you choose the actual size + 1.3cm as a guide.

The frightened staff also chose the usual size.
I felt a little big when I first put my feet because there was room on my toes, but the fit of the heel and instep was good, and I didn't feel loose when I tightened the string.

Weight: 312 g (Mens US10.5 / 28.5cm)
Midsole:Altra EGO ™ MAX
Outsole: Rubber
Cushion: MAX
Stack height: 33mm
FootShape: Original


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