Coming Soon To A Foot Near You

This is the final draft of the upcoming Altama Maritime Assault Shoe in M81 Woodland, before the confirmation samples are made and production begins. They will be available in Mid and Low, in whole and half sizes.

10 Responses to “Coming Soon To A Foot Near You”

  1. Davy Crockett says:

    Anybody here wod in these?

    • TitusGroan says:

      If I’m not squatting or deadlifting barefoot I’m wearing these. Take out the cushy insole and get them in the wide size, and they’re the best lifting shoe I’ve used.. Especially if you have malformed flat hobbit feet like me. Not sure for cross fit though. They’re fairly minimalist.

      • jadam says:

        How wide is the wide size? I have 4E flippers and wonder if these are an option?

    • Jeff Clement says:

      I’ve done all kinds of workouts in them (though I have the low cut ones…don’t really need the ankle support for my purposes). They’re great for things like Murph, etc. I’ve also rucked 80+lb with them and, unlike running shoes, they give more than enough support.

  2. STEVE RUPP says:

    I hope these ones are better than the pair I had, which were too narrow in the toe box, and the soles wore down quickly.

  3. Vic says:

    Serious OG vibes! Now if we can just get Altama to do the black uppers with tan soles…

  4. Chris says:

    Hope they make these with tan soles.

  5. Joe says:

    Thanks for the update, definitely want a pair.

  6. Mick says:

    I’m not a huge expert but own a pair; they’re great geneeric summer shoes. Although they say designed for wear with no socks, I’d recommend socks to keep the funk down.
    Workouts: sole seems a bit rigid for me to work out in (but I prefer really light shoes like Merrel Trail Gloves or barefoot for lifting). Running would be tough but these definitely are great hikers.
    I have regular width feet and when I ordered the same size as my actual chuck taylors, the fits pretty much the same.

  7. jellydonut says:

    I love the low cuts for hot climate wear, but too cold for temperate spring and fall use.