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Tiger Claw Feiyue Shoes

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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
  • Popular and Fashionable

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Product Description

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. Most of all, you cannot beat the price. You can buy several pairs of Feiyue shoes for the price of a single pair of most other martial arts shoes. And the Feiyue shoes might last just as long, if not longer! Try a pair today. You'll discover why hundreds of thousands of martial artists are choosing to wear Feiyue Martial Arts shoes for their practice! Sizes 31 to 47 (child 1.5 to adult 13)

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0002TW818
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (412 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #898 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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These shoes are simple, well made, and fairly priced.
Stubbs
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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105 of 109 people found the following review helpful By C. Silva on March 11, 2007
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I'm an adult woman who's recently taken up Kung Fu. Everyone in my class wears these shoes, and most are fairly senior (brown or black belt). They all rave about them, and I agree. Especially for the price. Good stability on hard wood floor and good support. Also, very light weight (which especially helps after a long work out!).

The only caution I'd make is that these shoes are very wide. I'm a size 7.5 US womens, but didn't find a corresponding size -- so I purchased size 39 (which corresponds to 8.5 US). I wish I had purchased the 38 (which corresponds to 7.0 US). So if you're on a boarderline size, my recommendation is to go smaller.

But other than that, I'm extremely pleased!
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48 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Eric B on October 28, 2010
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This review is aimed at those who are considering this shoe for its minimalist qualities that imitate barefoot walking for better or for worse.

SIZING HELP: I am a 44 in Vibram KSO's. My foot is about 11 inches long and it's moderately wide. I have a high instep, but it's not problem with this shoe. I ordered the 45 in this shoe, but it was too small. The 46 fits much better.

THICKNESS OF SOLE: The sole is flexibel and you can bend it better than a converse shoe, but not as well as a VFF. The sole is about a centimeter thick, but this is not exact. It passes my "crack" test (If there's a decently sized crack on the ground, you can sort of feel it when you step on it with this shoe). There is no insole.

THE FIT: I wish the toebox was a little wider. The heel is a little loose, but I don't mind that. I can run short distances in them, but I would not use these as my primary running shoe, due to the more narrow toebox.

THE VERDICT: There are other minimalist shoes that mimic barefoot feel better than the Feiyue Wushu shoes, but for the price, you really can't go wrong. I bought them because I needed something that more presentable than VFF KSO and something I could wear socks with (it's getting cold here). They are a fine temporary measure while I'm considering the more expensive options, such as Soft Star, Feelmax, and Terra Plana.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Jadiee on January 28, 2006
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I doubt these shoes because of friends in shaolin who swore by these shoes and I wanted shoes to use for capoeira. Well, the grooves on the bottom of the shoes make it very difficult to slide your feet backwards or spin on the ball of your foot because of an insanely large amount of friction so it does no good for me in capoeira but obviously they weren't made for that. There is an incrdibly large range for friction so if you need to keep your feet on the ground these shoes will definetly do that for you.

Also - these shoes are INSANELY comfortable. Since I've bought these, I wear them nearly every opportunity I have. They're light, the padding on the bottom is perfect for your feet from the first time you put them on to the last. And stylish.

Only drawback to them would be if you have any need to slide your feet backwards or rotate your feet it may be difficult - but, other than that its a wonderful shoe.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By The Masked Reviewer on June 28, 2006
For Shaolin martial arts, there is no better shoe. The only thing that comes even close is the Adidas Samba Classic, which is just a more expensively made Feiyue in most respects. Low cut, lightweight, streamlined, simple.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Timothy L. Wiemken on June 14, 2010
I purchased these shoes as a barefoot alternative/minimalist shoe as I am very much a believer in this movement. I have many barefoot shoes ranging from the vibram fivefingers to multiple vivobarefoots. I wear nothing but minimalist shoes and study the topic regularly (see the Harvard Barefoot Running website for a good overview).

These shoes are probably a step between a regular running shoe and a barefoot shoe. If you would like to switch to barefoot, but are afraid of moving directly to something like the fivefingers, these shoes would probably work very well for you. They do not have any arch support, which is excellent. They do have a fair amount of sole, however, which prevents you from truly feeling the ground and moving with the appropriate barefoot gait.

I do not want to seem like I do not like these shoes though, as they do have some desirable assets. For one, they do have a very minimal upper, which does not restrict movement. The sole is also very flexible, albeit slightly rounded. At first the rounded sole seems a bit strange, but it will work your gluteus medius/minimus more than a normal shoe and should help with balance and ankle strength. These shoes are also very light, and the sizing for me was the same as any other minimalist shoe.

Also, you cant beat the price. Although they are not true barefoot type shoes as some other reviewers mention, if you dont have 150 bucks to drop on vivobarefoot (best barefoot shoes on the market) or dont like the look of the fivefingers (they are amazingly comfortable however only losing points for not being appropriate for every occasion) these may be a good start for you.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Janus on August 11, 2011
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I bought these for two reasons: as an alternative to dropping a hundred bucks on Ariakes or other shoes designed for parkour, and as a 'minimalist' shoe for bio-mechanically correct running (that is, mid/forefoot instead of heel-striking). Also I think they are cool looking. :)

So far I haven't done much wall-running or anything like that, but when I have done it they were grippy as could be. I can clearly see that the rubber soles won't stand up to this kind of abuse for long, but no shoe really does. And these are cheap, so who cares.

As far as running and general movement use, they do what I intended them to do; keep my feet from getting stabbed and scraped up by rocks, glass, heroin needles, etc. while allowing for proper bio-mechanics. No giant cushy heel to mess up my gait. These are the shoes I learned to run on my mid and forefeet in, and they work great for that purpose. Note: I would NOT recommend trying to run like most people do (heel striking) in these. You will injure yourself very quickly. There is no ankle support, no heel support, just a flexible thin-ish rubber sole with a piece of canvas glued on top to keep it on your foot. This means you will have some SERIOUS adjusting to do if you go from running in Nikes to these.

Bottom line: if you're looking for a cheap alternative for Vibrams or some other such minimalist shoe, or a parkour shoe that demands very strict form, check these out.
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