UTL Lightweight Ninja Shoes

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

With a name like Unbelievable Testing Laboratory, you’re already expecting some great stuff. Thankfully the Las Vegas based designers don’t disappoint with their Ninja Shoes.

As the name would suggest, these shoes were designed for you, but with ninjas in mind. Each shoe weighs a remarkably light 130 grams (about 4.6 ounces). But don’t let the light footprint fool you, ninjas need lightweight and durable footwear. Utilizing an upper crafted from a non-split terylene Microfiber, the shoe is both soft to the touch and water repellent. UT Lab finished off the ensemble with a refined cupped EVA foam outsole that keeps the weight down while still providing plenty of comfort and strength. Of course seeing that they’re extremely minimalistic means that they’re perfect for traveling. Simply compress the shoes, velcro them together, and toss them in your bag for a weekend getaway. [Purchase]

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