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Zoot Advantage 2.0

  • By Triathlete.com
  • Published Jul 23, 2010

Zoot’s foot-gripping upper got a warm reception from testers who appreciated the snugness of a shoe born out of a sockless heritage. Those not used to a triathlon shoe’s ease of entry were duly impressed, but it was the lightweight flexibility and barefoot-like freedom that left the biggest impression. The Advantage is not recommended for those needing guidance and structure.

Heel fit: Very Snug
Midfoot fit: Super close-fitting
Forefoot fit: Narrow
Flexibility: Very flexible
Perceived Weight: Very light
Barefoot factor: Very natural
Cushioning: Soft
Stability: Free
Responsiveness: Somewhat dampening

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