Xero Shoes has just launched their hottest new model yet, the Amuri Z-Trek. Additionally, they have also made an improvement to the Cloud and Venture lacing system. Now you can get those sandals on your foot and get a perfect fit in about 10 seconds. Maybe less. And once you’ve done that one-time adjustment (grab both tabs and pull), you can slip them on-and-off in a second. With a new lacing system also comes new colorways for the Cloud and Venture models!
Xero Shoes Amuri Z-Trek – New Model
The Amuri Z-Trek is an all-around sport sandal – think Keen and Teva.
The Amuri Z-Trek is lightweight, super-flexible, and travel packable. Best of all, the Amuri Z-Trek is the first gender-specific model from Xero Shoes. They are not unisex like the Amuri Cloud and Amuri Venture. The women’s Z-Trek is narrower and has a thinner webbing. For women with wider feet, you can get the men’s model.
Both men’s and women’s Amuri Z-Trek comes in Coal Black with Charcoal webbing and Mocha Earth with Coffee Bean webbing. For women’s only colorway, there is a Slate with Hunter Green webbing whereas the men’s only colorway has a Slate with Patriot Blue webbing.
The Amuri Z-Trek features an adjustable heel strap and instep to handle any foot shape. Dual-chevron tread provides great grip wherever you go. With their 5,000 mile warranty, you’ll never worry about where the Amuri Z-Trek takes you!
|Up to 9 1/2″||Up to 240mm||6||5.5||Click to print Template|
|Up to 9 3/4″||Up to 248mm||7||6.5||Click to print Template|
|Up to 10 1/8″||Up to 256mm||8||7.5||Click to print Template|
|Up to 10 1/2″||Up to 265mm||9||8.5||Click to print Template|
|Up to 10 3/4″||Up to 273mm||10||9.5||Click to print Template|
|Up to 11 1/8″||Up to 281mm||11||10.5||Click to print Template|
|Up to 11 1/2″||Up to 290mm||12||11.5||Click to print Template|
|Up to 11 3/4″||Up to 300mm||13||12.5||Click to print Template|
|Up to 12 1/8″||Up to 309mm||14||13.5||Click to print Template|
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I recently broke one of my Ventures which were a barefoot trial. Decided to move up to the Z-Trek and although I've only been out once I love them. The wider strap is so much more comfortable than the cord , and on that first run I didn't need to adjust them at all. Looking forward to run number 2 tomorrow.
This would be a great casual sandal and also stands up to tough trail running and road running. The rubber is a bit stiff for the first run but then becomes flexible and comfortable. surprisingly grippy on trails and stable on the foot. The lacing works great but may take a few short runs to get adjusted. Highly recommended!
The pair weighed in at 435 gm. The Terra float is not much heavier. Bought for hiking so that I could do river crossings and wear around camp. Wanted a pair to be really lightweight for the pack. So I would not say super light weight, especially as other brands have more cushioning for around the same weight range. My heel feels like it is coming off one edge so the shape of my foot is not ideal. Pros? Will pack flat.
These are my second pair of Z-Trek's, after the first suffered a bit of heat stress and the strap holder broke. I'm not a runner, but I have done plenty of walking in these (all summer, 2 months travelling in Europe, etc). I think between the Z-Trek's and the Ipari Hana's I have all my footwear sorted. Sometimes walking on hard concrete all day makes feet a bit sore, but walking on cobbles and everything else is just great. Eyeing off the Prio's now.
Last year I fully embraced the 'xero' drop experience. My feet have become stronger and more agile. Walking has been a lifelong passion for me and im so happy to find a product that suits all of my needs. Even through winter these shoes have been my 'go toes' and im often asked about these beauties.
I just received my Z treks and was surprised how incredibly comfortable they were. The bigger surprise was they are actually remarkably stable and I was able to run with them quite comfortably. I am looking forward to testing them more extensively.
Thanks Howard,sorry I did not get back to you earlier but the sz 10 you suggested fits fine.
good , only had them a few days but I have worn them every day well impressed.
Probably hard to fault on that front though. Recently wore them trekking in Nepal. Removed the end of my toe minutes after choosing them over boots. My bad. Working around those limitations, the performed beautifully. Although only wearing a 10 kg pack, I was impressed with their solidity on dynamic moves, was able to clamber at speed down big rocky trails. They do it pretty tough in skree, again, probably hard to fault them on that.
I'm a size 11 with slim ankles, had a lot of length left in the strapping when adjusted.
No show stopper issues (maybe my wife's reaction to them?), highly recommended.