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  1. Home » Clothesline review: Comparing $300 shoes, Bontrager RXXXL vs. Fizik R3 » The RXXXL’s don’t use a traditional tongue, instead they wrap the upper from the outside all the way over the foot, and attach it via wide elastic bands. Photo: Brad Kaminski

The RXXXL’s don’t use a traditional tongue, instead they wrap the upper from the outside all the way over the foot, and attach it via wide elastic bands. Photo: Brad Kaminski

The RXXXL's don't use a traditional tongue, instead they wrap the upper from the outside all the way over the foot, and attach it via wide elastic bands. Photo: Brad Kaminski

The RXXXL’s don’t use a traditional tongue, instead they wrap the upper from the outside all the way over the foot, and attach it via wide elastic bands. Photo: Brad Kaminski