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Three new and very different shoes from the Zero Drop specialists, Altra.
Transitions are sometimes called the fourth sport of triathlon, and like anything else, perfecting them just takes a little practice and, of course, the careful application of the right gear.
This lightweight runner has more trick features than you can shake a stick at. How does it stack up?
This slick little road shoe tips the scales at a feathery 200 grams, and looks pretty darn good doing it.
Our favorite zero-drop footwear now comes in a tri-specific package that's light, comfy, and packed with features. And you know we love that orange color.
The Zero Drop specialists have expanded their foot-shaped lineup to serve trail runners, and those who need a bit more stability.
The Big red S introduces the next generation of triathlon shoes, with a brand new concept that threatens to change everything you know about cycling footwear.
Primarily known for its helmets, Giro has expanded into triathlon footwear with the Mele shoe. Here's our review.
Altra is a brand new shoe company with a very smart design philosophy. Check out our review of their male and female specific models, the Instinct and Intuition.
The Blade Light Recovery is a special piece in the K-Swiss lineup, designed specifically to be worn as a compression-type recovery shoe.