Zoot Sports Ultra Speed 3.0 Classic Running Shoes (For Men)

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About Zoot Sports Ultra Speed 3.0 Classic Running Shoes (For Men)

Closeouts. Zoot Sports Ultra Speed 3.0 running shoes help you shave time in transitions without sacrificing cushioning. The flexible, seamless upper has a low profile, and the Carbon Span+ shank offers support for sprint workouts and race day.

Specs about Zoot Sports Ultra Speed 3.0 Classic Running Shoes (For Men)

  • Running
  • Non-Waterproof
  • Upper: Textile, synthetic leather
  • Lining: Dri-Lex®
  • Removable insole
  • Midsole: EVA
  • Outsole: EVA
  • Heel to toe drop: 6mm
  • Weight (pair): 14.4 oz.
  • Made in China
  • Runs small, order 1/2 size larger
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Verified Buyer Reviewed by tybeerunner from tybee island on Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Great shoe, perfect for those of you who don't like to wear socks. I wear them for everything from 5k to 50k, you can definitely go long in these. I'm just sad to say that it appears zoot no longer makes them anymore.

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  • Question “HI, what and where and how long exactly is the "carbon span" in this shoe?”

    Asked on 9/27/2014 9:14:52 PM by dadeel from WA state
    • Answer the carbon span is on the sole. here is link to a picture - the black is the carbon.
      so it s a sheet of carbon that stiffens the sole.
      the only way to tell how long the carbon is would be to tear the shoe apart. i think it extends much more than you can see.

      Answered on 9/27/2014 10:22:36 PM by bill from folsom, ca