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Tiger Claw Feiyue Martial Arts Shoes - White/Black


Price: $17.99 - $27.95
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  • The #1 shoe choice for Shaolin monks and masters
  • Simple, durable canvas lace-up top and a padded yet light sole.
  • The tread is perfect for all martial arts styles
  • Providing maximum traction for ultimate performance
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The #1 shoe choice for Shaolin monks and masters! Feiyue Martial Arts shoes have a simple, durable canvas lace-up top and a padded yet light sole. The tread is perfect for all styles, providing maximum traction for ultimate performance. All with a affordable price. Now, come in a Tiger Claw Shoe Bag.

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  • ASIN: B00MH2QMWO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (351 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,681 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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These shoes are simple, well made, and fairly priced.
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These shoes are super light weight, and super comfortable!
Brandon Minton
Ordered size 38 (US women size 8) that fits perfect.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By J. Arcara on August 23, 2008
Color Name: BlackSize Name: 45 (Men 11 / Women 12H)
I use these shoes only for practicing Tai Chi, and they're wonderful for that purpose. I used the conversion chart provided when ordering the shoes, and upon arrival they fit perfectly. The soles provide good traction and are flat enough that I can confidently practice foot movements without the distraction of a large, heavy sole. I wouldn't use these shoes for walking over rough terrain or jogging. There are many better shoes made for that. However, for the practicioner, give these a try. For the price, they can't br beat, and they were delivered well before the promised date.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Pimplobstaa on October 15, 2011
Color Name: BlackSize Name: 41 (Men 8.5 / Women 10) Verified Purchase
I got these not for Kung Fu, but for minimalist running. I wanted something cheaper to transition from barefoot running, and to test the waters of minimalist footwear before investing in something more expensive. They were really good for this purpose, but are already starting to show some signs of wear. If you are looking for a traditional running shoe, offering support and cushioning, these offer none, because they aren't meant to, but I found them to be excellent for minimalist running.

The shoes are made of a nice canvas upper with a sole made of very soft rubber.

They're very lightweight and flexible, making them ideal and comfortable for minimalist running. The sole is very grippy, but you still get a lot of groundfeel. Since the sole is made of soft rubber you get a lot of grip, but they also pick up a lot of dirt. The downside is that they seem to wear out fairly quickly, especially if you are running on hot pavement.

My only other complaint is an aesthetic one. While the upper itself is very nice canvas, the decal on the side is painted on, and doesn't show up very well on the black canvas, perhaps it would look nicer if they had another coat. It wouldn't be such an issue if the logo wasn't so prominent on the side.

Eventually, I ended up trading up to the Merrell Barefoot shoe: Men's Merrell Barefoot Tough Glove Which so far, I'm very satisfied with.

Disclaimer: If you are new to barefoot and minimalist running, please do your research before jumping in. The motion and biomechanics of minimalist running is completely different from walking and running in traditional shoes. Aim for a naturally shock-absorbing forefoot strike, and avoid striking the heel, as this can lead to bone and joint damage. Above all, take the transition slowly and listen to your body.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Michael Stock on September 14, 2008
Color Name: BlackSize Name: 43 (Men 10 / Women 11H)
These shoes are working well for me. I practice Degerberg Blend. There are two areas where the shoes bother me (but just a bit).

The shoelace eyeholes can grate against my foot on the interior of the shoes, especially on roundhouse kicks. Be sure to cover the eyeholes with the canvas provided inside the shoes. Its very easy for these to become folded & not provide coverage.

Also the lack of laces or means of securing the shoe to the heel, as its just canvas around the heel. I often feel like they're going to fly off, although they never have.

These are minor comments to optimize the shoes, and not really necessary since they cost $15. They've worked well in numerous sessions, and I plan to continue wearing them.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By M. Mills on April 8, 2008
Color Name: BlackSize Name: 47 Men 12.5
Are you looking for a PK shoe?

What can I say? They feel very bouncy, good grip on many surfaces, great feel for railings, I like the style... Not suitable for heel-strikers, though, and you may have to learn to land with more control & silence. Which will only do you good.

The sole does disintegrate over time as the concrete and gravel etc eat away at it, but then that's because it's got awesome grip.

Price unbeatable. Wonder who glues these together...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By M Huhulea on March 23, 2012
Color Name: BlackSize Name: 44 Men 10.5
Contrary to some customer reviews, these shoes DO NOT run small. I usually wear a 43, so I bought a 44 just to be safe; the shoes fit perfectly, and even have some extra room.

To address some other concerns raised in customer reviews:

- Yes, the shoes smell like rubber, but not overtly so and not more so than any other rubber product. There is no noxious smell.

- The shoes are canvas with a painted logo. For those expecting a Nike-style fancy plastic logo, you might indeed be disappointed. But I think canvas and paint look pretty cool, especially as these are functional shoes and not status symbols.

- The inside is canvas, very clean, without any insoles of the kind that rips out after limited use.

- The soles are sturdy and well glued. As advertised, they can be worn indoors or outdoors, but are probably best suited for a gym or a studio.

- Some customer complained about a narrow sole you have to balance on. There is some truth to this complaint, as the sole bows outward slightly. I think that, like with any shoe, the sole will wear down as the shoe breaks in, providing an individualized fit.

- The soles of these shoes are designed for traction. From midfoot to heel, the sole is ribbed for traction; from midfoot to toe, the ribs point backwards so that the wearer can slide forward but cannot be pushed back. If you are not looking for shoes with traction, or if your martial art requires a shoe that slides, then this might not be the shoe for you.

- If the shoe is a good fit, I do not see narrowness being a problem. My own feet are rather wide, yet there are no pressure points or restriction in my one-size-up shoes (44 instead of 43). If anything, they are rather roomy all around.
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