The shoe you're describing isn't available yet, the Altra Lone Peak is a flat, durable outsole, minimal trail shoe for ultras and hiking. It's supposed to be available late summer. It meets every hit on your criteria.
On that note, the other shoes recommended are quite different from your Trail Gloves, you'll likely find the Crosslites to be reallllly stiff and built up, like a stripped down hiking boot, unless you go with the newer La Sportiva X-Country which is like a pair of Crosslite 1's and 2's leaned out and on a diet. It has a 5mm drop vs. 8mm and is substantially lower to the ground than the Crosslites. If durability and support is what you're looking for than the Crosslites are great, they're just in a different league than the Trail Glove.
I'm finding the durability of my pair of Rogue Racers to be pretty average, the uppers are kind of lackluster, and the mesh and synthetic suede overlay in the toebox is degrading faster than I expected. These have been my every other day shoe for trail runs in the desert so YMMV. One thing I don't like about the Rogue Racers is that the midsole extends ever so slightly past the outsole, and is wearing down quickly, it may just be a quality control issue and doesn't effect my running, but just looks sloppy IMO.