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Zoot Men's TT Trail Shoes

Zoot Men's TT Trail Shoes
List Price: $129.99
Our Price: $39.87
You save $90.12!
Model Year: 2012

Stock Status:Out of Stock

Product Code: 4001073511200



Description Technical Specs
Like to run off-road to find hidden trails and awesome scenery? The Men's Zoot TT Trail running shoe has you covered incorporating Zoot's protective Zbound cushioning, defensive toe bumpers and a 2-finger carbon midsole shank for trail-specific support on uneven surfaces. A 10mm heel-toe differential delivers a natural toe-off, the low-profile design gives your feet a great feel for the trail and Zoot's forefoot ZPU outsoles shed mud while gripping the slickest of trails. Plus, these off-road kicks sport Zoot's BareFit tech, ventilated mesh uppers and their asymmetrical Quick Lace System The TT Trail running shoe was built to withstand the rigors of tough trail runs. This neutral trail men's running shoe was built to match our popular Zoot Ultra TT in order to accommodate the runner looking for a nimble and rugged trail shoe for racing and training.

Note: This product comes NEW and in un-used condition, but, may not come in the original manufacturers packaging.


  • Z Bound to protect
  • Trail running shoe with two Finger Carbon Span+ for support on the uneven surface
  • Quick Lace for on the go adjustment

Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 1 Write a review

Excellent light trail shoes September 2, 2014
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from quebec  
Excellent match with zoot TT 6.0 when training for triathlon and want run occasionnaly on trails.

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