This Zoot Ultra TT 7.0 Shoes - AW14 is no longer available although you may find similar or newer versions below:
The Ultra TT 7.0 continues the heritage of Triathlon greatness. 10mm heel offset and CarbonSpan+(TM) give this shoe a great feel. New to this year is the top loaded Zbound that will give an even better comfort level under your foot.
Racing shoes are ultra-lightweight, built on a curved last and stripped of the majority of cushioning and stability features found on most training shoes. Generally, the lighter the shoe, the more minimalist the design. You should choose these if you’re a fast, elite runner concerned predominantly with weight. Unless you’re very light, these aren’t for you if you run a marathon outside 2:45, or 1:30 for a half.
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