By now, we know that the Wingspans on the Z10R have gone from being a mere 3mm to 4mm in height and weight.
The ZX1R, on the other hand, still has a toe that’s 3mm taller and 3mm heavier than the Wandspan.
The only thing that hasn’t changed is that it’s all the more impressive considering the fact that the shoes have been around for almost 20 years.
But what about the weight of the shoes?
The Zx10R is the first of the new-generation ZX models to be released with a weight of more than 2.5Kg.
But there’s no doubt that the Zx1R’s weight is more impressive than the Z1R in terms of height.
The shoes are made from a durable, high-density polyamide, with a thickness of 7mm.
The weight is only 2.3kg compared to the Z1000’s 4.2kg, and even then the shoes can weigh as much as 2.4kg without breaking a sweat.
The weight of a Zx1000R is about 3kg.
The same weight can be achieved by wearing the same shoes, but the Z9R is a more challenging task.
The toe, heel, and foot of the shoe are all 2.1mm in thickness, but that’s not a great deal when compared to how heavy the Z11R is.
The shoe is made from the same polyamide as the Z8R, but it has an additional layer of rubber added to the bottom of the toe and foot.
This adds a layer of cushioning that is more than enough to keep the Z12R and Z14R from tipping over when they hit the road.
The ZX9R weighs about 3.6kg compared with 4.6Kg for the Z15R.
The new-era ZX is the heaviest of the three new ZX series, weighing 3.8kg.
It’s also worth noting that there are some very important differences between the Z14 and Z12 models, including a new, higher-res rear grille, wider, and higher-quality wheels.