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With today's athlete in mind, Vibram FiveFingers has raised the intensity with the Vibram FiveFingers KMD Sport. This aggressive multisport design inherits what we love about the KSO with functional improvements that appeal to the most active fitness enthusiast. For the first time ever, Vibram introduces a stitch-free, seamless 2mm footbed to reduce friction. Heel and instep hook-and-loop closures help secure the stretch nylon upper to the contours of your foot-just like a second skin. The KMD Sport wouldn't be complete without a 4mm Vibram TC1 performance rubber outsole which provides the grip and protection you need for a variety of cross training activities. Machine Wash, Air Dry.
normal shoes need some wiggle room in the toes.
these DO NOT.
I got these in the size I normally wear shoes. THAT IS A MISTAKE. Read more
Bought these for my Boyfriend. It is his second pair and ran his last pair to peices! He loved the fit of these and said they were so comfortable he didn't want to take them off!Published 8 days ago by Heather
I been wearing Komodosport for 3 years the last the longest out of all the others I have owned . Can be washed in the machine or shower . Read morePublished 13 days ago by 1baddmofo
I'm 54 years old and I have a Lifespan treadmill desk in my home office. I put a lot of miles on it and at my age I have your typical nags. Read morePublished 15 days ago by mtb
My son loves these shoes...they have helped him change his running form for the better!Published 17 days ago by Heidi
It is slightly tight on the bridge of the foot. Other than that minor detail these are great. I wore them on very hard rocks and felt normal.Published 26 days ago by Mike
I've been wearing nominal 41 Trek and TrekSport almost exclusively for the past several years (PLEASE bring back the leather Treks) . . . Read morePublished 1 month ago by Deward Hastings
I have a low arch and normally had to use running/cross training shoes with lots of cushion or support. However, I would still get shin splints or pain in my feet. Read morePublished 1 month ago by njr