Altra Torin 3.5 Mesh Running Shoe Men’s
The all new Altra Torin 3.5 has a completely overhauled design for a sleeker look and feel. It’s highly cushioned and lightweight allowing for versatile everyday running no matter the distance or pace. The Torin 3.5 upper is equipped with newly engineered mesh, bold color blocking and an integrated tongue. There’s also a synthetic nubuck heel that adds extra durability and flair. While the Torin 3.5 may look completely different, the tried and true midsole cushioning delivers the comfort and performance you’re accustomed to with previous Torin models. There’s no doubt you’re going to love this update from Altra.
- Newly engineered mesh upper: Delivers breathability and a snug but comfortable fit through the midfoot
- FootPod outsole: Maps the bones and tendons of your feet to allow for more felxibility
- A-BOUND midsole: Impact is reduced when running on hard surfaces and returns energy into each stride
- INNERFLEX: Allows your foot to flex while being lighter, for more speed and better performance
- Drop: 0 mm
- WEIGHT: 7.9 ounces
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I was thrilled to find a set of Torin 3.5 before they disappear. I was tempted to buy more than one pair. They've been a great pair of shoes for me - I ran the sole off the first pair and lucked into the second. If you like zero drop and a roomy toe box and aren't bothered about the weight, they're a solid choice for training runs. They're definitely not the cushiest shoes, but that's not what I'm looking for.
Huge Altra fan and I love these after the first few days. It’s about time Altra spiced things up with design.
I wasn't keen on the color in my size. It was gray and pinkish red. The only color available at the time I ordered in the sale.
They fit different than the Torin brand that I usually buy. I would buy again for the great price.
I have a bunch of Altra running shoes. The Torin has been and is my favorite. I have had the 2, 3, and now 3.5 versions. First, the sizing. I usually wear a 11.5 in most shoes. For Altras I generally size up a half size. So I have worn a US size 12 in each of these Torins and find them just right. Second, overall fit and feel has improved with each version of the Torin. The toe box has always been nice and wide, but there have been some variations in the middle section, along with how comfortable that same section is when tightened down. I found the 3.5 well balanced in this regard. If you are familiar with the Torin, you know it is zero drop and a soft cushioned ride, whether walking or running. I love this shoe.
I have these Torrin 3.5 shoes that I work in everyday, I stand on concrete floors for 8 hours. My feet never hurt anymore, my knee pain has gone away from wearing heavy shoes in the past. Toe room is the best thing about these, gives me plenty of room. I wear a 4E wide in my brooks beast too get this much room, those shoes are terribly heavy compared to the Torrin's. Thanks for making a great shoe for us wide feet people.
The shoes are great!...however, the lacing is strange.
I'm a big guy (6'1", 235lb) with 3 prior foot surgeries. I don't do much running anymore. But I have started doing some light jogging again in these. The zero drop and the cushion make my feet hurt less than any other shoe I've tried. (they will always hurt) So, go ahead, enjoy the cushioning!