Closeouts. A neutral trainer with plenty of heel cushioning and a broken-in feel out of the box, Zoot Sports Banyan running shoes feature a traditional tongue and lacing system and blown rubber in the forefoot for rebound.
Reviewed by Orion72 from South Sound, WA on Sunday, April 20, 2014
Materials and construction are good, as is fit through the mid-foot and toe-box (I have pretty average width feet). True to size length-wise. Well cushioned and flexible out of the box. The problem I have with these shoes is they are extremely loose/sloppy in the heel. Using heel-lock lacing (pulled tight!) I can limit the problem, and haven't blistered yet on runs under 10 mi, but it is a concern.