Well, these cleats are pretty easy to review as I have worn them throughout my college career! The Lotto Zhero Evolution in Metal White/Olympic Blue were the cleats that I wore in the National Championship game in 2004 and 2006. During that time, I also wore the Metal White/Olympic Blue version.
Also Worn by: Luca Toni, Simone Perrotta, Gregory Vignal
I found these cleats fitted very well and true to size. They also gave good durability. It only ever took one or two training sessions and a warm shower to break them in. They are blades, and are best for natural firm surfaces. I wore them on turf for practice, and on grass for games. They lasted a 6 month college season, so thats approx 100 practice sessions and 24 games. As a winger, I prefer to wear lighter, tight boots. And at a weight of 8.0 ounces, these are exactly that. Compared to the like of Adidas Predators, these cleats are a lot lighter, and close to being the same weight as Nike Mercurial Vapors.
More info on the cleats:
- Water repellent microfiber upper with EVA padding and asymmetrical lacing
- Puntoflex, external heel counter
- Removable anatomical insole with Shock Absorber in the heel area
- Nylon and fiberglass frame, stitched outsole
- Wt. 8.0 oz
Check out the full Lotto Zhero range currently available at Soccer.com.