Triathlete’s Fall Running Shoe Review

  • By Brian Metzler
  • Published Nov 20, 2012
  • Updated Oct 31, 2014 at 4:40 PM UTC
Photo: Nils Nilsen

Zoot TT Trainer

10.4 oz.; 9.3 oz.

Fit: The TT Trainer has a super-snug fit from heel to forefoot, with just enough room for the toes to wiggle. An interior bootie construction, quick-pull tongue and one-pull lacing system add to the ease of entry and snug fit.

Feel: The interior bootie creates a form-fitting, wrap-like feel, which not only makes it very comfortable without socks, it also allows the shoe to feel and run lighter and more nimbly than most shoes in its weight class.

Ride: A bit less flexible but also slightly more supportive than other neutral cushioned shoes in this review, the TT Trainer serves up a semi-firm, responsive ride. Our testers reported it providing an absorbent, stable feeling that is best for moderate to slower training runs.

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