Friday , October 16 2020

Lotto Zhero Gravity Released in Blue Aster

Blue Aster Lotto Zhero Gravity

Check out the latest colorway release in the laceless Lotto Zhero Gravity Ultra range, coming in a pretty sweet Blue Aster/Black. I have to admit, these shoes look extremely appealing, maybe it has something to do with the futuristic design that that runs along the side of the boot matched with no laces. Or maybe my eyes are recovering from the previous Spicy Orange release! I’m not quiet certain but they get the thumbs up from me.

The Zhero Gravity Ultra has many positives, including the fact that they have a water repellant upper, feature Twist N’Go stud technology and of course they have a completely laceless design – the only one on the market. Obviously this is a huge plus for anyone interested in the Lotto range. The biggest problem with the release is ensuring you get the right size. Since you have no laces to tighten or loosen the boots, you need to ensure that you have the right size starting out. Lotto has done a lot of work to create a fit that matches several foot types, but I don’t feel like they have covered (or even can) all bases.

Lotto Zhero Gravity Blue Aster

Blue Aster Lotto Zhero Gravity

Another unique feature lies along the front of the cleat, where you will notice a symmetrical design. This actually serves an important purpose, as the center of the design folds slightly to give you the best fit along the forefront of your foot.

In my opinion, this is the type of release that will persuade players who are on the fence to splash out on a pair. Again, having had the opportunity to test them out, I actually do recommend trying them out at least once in your career if you get a chance – lets be honest, how many people can say they have worn a laceless soccer cleat?

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  1. Is the Twist'n'Go metal? Im asking because i may want to get these but in my league I cant use metal studs and dont want to waste my money. Someone please help.

  2. Brendan,
    I would suggest doing some research or even see if it says so in the review.

    I have a quick, off topic question. I am planning on getting a pair of Pele Sports 1970 cleats, but I wanted to know if the tongue ever got annoying.

    • It is an unusual one, you have to find an exact spot to keep it in place. The good thing is that the under foot strap is tight so you have that in your favor!

  3. Hey Brian,

    I just bought myself a pair of puma v1.10 SL (white and red), and man, what a great shoe. My foot is narrow, so actually getting it in my size was ok. Little tighter than most shoes, but this is good. Also got it for a bargain of 100bucks. Thanks to your review, I got a chance to try it and like it, otherwise, I would have never thought of getting the SL.

    Also, you should do some more ebay auctions. I actually bid on the Pantofolo's but got outbid (so I ended up getting the Puma).

    In any case, thanks for all the reviews and help.


  4. Anyone know why the Lotto Zhero Gravity Ultra Blue Aster is not being released in the US? I had a pre-order with one US online store and received a cancellation of my order notice today. The order was place in August with delayed delivery notices/updates until today. The shoe appears to be gone from every other online US store. European stores do not carry the US size 6 I need. Thanks


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