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Zoot Men's Energy 3.0 Running Shoe
|Price:||$34.95 - $75.99|
- Synthetic and mesh
- Rubber sole
- BareFit technology is constructed to allow for sockless wear
- Z-bound midsole is a full length lightweight, resilient foam that is designed for increased energy return
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The Zoot Energy 3.0 is constructed using the BareFit design allowing you to wear this running shoe without socks and without the risk of blistering or hot spots, enhancing your running experience. The Energy 3.0 features Z-Bound, which provides better cushioning, while keeping the weight down. The mesh upper allows airflow around your feet to keep them cool, ensuring you are comfortable for the full duration of your run. The super-light properties of a Z-Bound midsole will rebounds your energy, helping to reduce stress and fatigue allowing you to keep up a faster pace for longer. The Asymmetrical Lacing System helps to reduces pressure across the top ridge of the foot, and provides an overall snug and secure fit.
Upgrade your athletic footwear with the Zoot Energy 3.0 running shoe. The lightweight stylish upper features a slip-on closure and is designed to be worn sockless. Meanwhile, the midsole is made of a lightweight foam that offers greater energy return. You take your running seriously and so does this shoe.
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B004EBTID6
- Item model number: ENERGY 3.0-M
- Date first available at Amazon.com: November 17, 2009
- Domestic Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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The issue I have was no more than probably 3 times of running a few miles on a treadmill combined with several indoor bootcamp style fitness classes, I noticed parts of the bottom which were peeling off or coming loose. I'm not too upset about that and tried using a glue to repair them and it seemed to work a short while. These shoes were a great pick for the Tough Mudder and since then I've ran with them outside in less than ideal weather 3-6 miles at a time when I don't want to get my $120 Minzunos all dirty and these are still holding together. If I had to guess, I'd say I've ran about 70-90 miles with these and will continue using them when I want to prolong the life of my higher-end running shoes.
I would still recommend them especially if you don't want to fork out a lot of money on shoes and hope that my purchase was just a one off situation where the bottoms began to come apart much sooner than expected.
A second par shoe
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