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Vibram FiveFingers KSO Trek Shoes-Men's


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A rugged outdoor performer. Our KSO Trek delivers the agile performance and protection you need outdoors and on the trail. A more rugged version of our popular KSO, it features a kangaroo leather upper and sock liner that are soft against the foot, yet strong and tear resistant with outstanding breath ability. The 4mm EVA mid sole offers plating protection from stone bruising, and a lightly cleated 4mm Vibram?»???? performance rubber out sole delivers enhanced traction on trails and rugged terrain.

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    The soles are nice and thick providing the comfort of bare feet but the protection of regular hiking shoes.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Canaan on July 22, 2014
    I've owned three pairs of KSO platform Vibrams, including TWO different pairs of these Treksports.

    All three pairs failed miserably during just a few rounds of proper use. The reason I ever committed to three separate pairs is because I was convinced I had previously purchased a fluke bad pair. I couldn't comprehend that these beautiful all-rounders were really that cheaply made.

    Toted as one of Vibram's most versatile models, the quality of the soles and materials and seams between the toes is horrendous.
    In every pair, the sole ripped away at the joint(s) where the toe meets the ball of the foot. Upon inspection, it doesn't take a genius to see how miserable of a design the sole is. I'm astounded at the absolute incompetence of whoever designed these soles and whoever signed off on the design. I really hope they belong to their own Treksport department within Vibram, and are fired very soon, if they haven't already been.

    The material between the toes can't even stand up against itself, and is short to rub holes in itself.

    And if you push forth like I did, the seams soon fail afterward.

    You now have toes that are fully exposed. Perhaps THERE's the "barefoot experience" they rave about...
    No wonder Vibram has only a 90-day warranty on these pieces of crap.
    If you're a poseur, these shoes will satisfy your yuppiness. Try to go where these things claim to go, and they will fail you.

    Oh and one more thing. "Versatility" must not include wet rock. You might as well be wearing dress-shoes on ice.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ana on February 14, 2014
    I ordered a pair of these Vibram FiveFingers TrekSport M4485 in size 41 directly from Vibram's webpage back in September 2012. I began using them heavily since 2013. The fabric has definitely worn down between the toes, but that's reasonable after wearing them day in day out, especially after doing intense workouts with them. The Vibram outsole is outstandng! It shows very little signs of wear after so many miles I've put on them. No wonder why every shoe manufacturer wants a Vibram sole on their shoes. Overall I give this shoe 5 stars and I recommend it to any sport enthusiast. It's worth the money and you'll have a great time with them. You won't regret this investment.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Oh on December 21, 2013
    On one hand, I absolutely LOVE Bikilas and swear by them to every single person who has asked about them (and that's a LOT of people). On the other, many of their more off-road-oriented models, like the KSO Trek, simply carve out far too small of a niche to be useful to many people.

    I spend a lot of time being active. Running, hiking, trail-running, lifting, biking, lifting, blah blah blah. You name it, I do it. For nearly every activity, I try to do it in a pair of Bikilas. When the Bikilas won't cut it, that's when I pick a more suitable shoe. For some rougher trails where the Bikila wasn't providing enough protection, I thought that the TrekSport would do the job. It did not. So I went with what was supposedly the MOST offroad-oriented FiveFingers model, the KSO Trek, and it still did not do much better than the Bikila. Unless you're a die-hard FiveFingers aficionado (which I think I am), there's no reason why you wouldn't want to just get actual hiking shoes. Because of the added stiffness and rigidity, the TrekSport and the KSO Trek simply do not offer the same "barefoot feel" advantage as their more minimalist FiveFingers siblings. You also don't get the connected-to-the-floor feeling, you don't feel like your feet are naked, and you don't have the nimble freedom of movement that you expect from FiveFingers. So what's the point these models? It's rather like using a very hard-soled, poor trail shoe.

    If you need the agility of FiveFingers, you're going to need a better model. If you need actual protection from less-than-friendly walking/hiking surfaces, you're going to need a legitimate hiking shoe. Don't settle for an incredibly small middle-point -- you simply won't find many situations where this shoe shines.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Joseph on July 18, 2011
    Color Name: BrownSize Name: 44 M EU Verified Purchase
    These "shoes" have provided an amazing experience that I didnt think a shoe could provide.These Vibrams work as describe with allowing the wearer complete foot mobility as you are able to spread your toes and allow your foot pads to spread out as you walk/run. Initially you find yourself stiffening your foot and calves due to wearing shoes most of your life but as time goes on you are able to forget that there is so little between your feet and the ground and simply work your way back into a more natural, healthier step. Standard shoes and sandals feel so clunky to me now.

    There is no hype when it comes to Vibrams. Every positive thing that the company and fellow wearers have expressed is the real deal and with a few months into wearing my KSO Treks I have experienced absolutely no drawbacks due to wearing them and they have become my everyday footwear.
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    By fivefingerfan on October 7, 2013
    these kso treks are the second pair of vibram five finger(VFF) shoes i have owned. the first were the original kso's with the smooth soles like on the classics. after 2 months of wear i wanted to try the slightly thicker soles offered on the kso treks. then the redesigned kso treksports arrived with the thick sole of the trek and the synthetic mesh upper of the original kso. i jumped on it. and to my surprise, the leather kso treks are still my favourite. so, pros and cons:

    pros:
    amazingly restorative. foot pain lower leg ache and back pain nearly gone post-hike with these shoes;
    minimalistic "barefoot" feel is very enjoyable and i notice an increase on traction with the increased sensitivity;
    fairly rugged for minimalist hikers. the leather uppers offer excellent protection against prickers and briars and last quite well. my first pair are almost 3years old and literally thousands of miles behind them and still the uppers are in great shape;
    cons:
    like any minimalist shoe, they are thin-soled. this is the point. if your feet are not conditioned for bare foot walking/running/hiking then your feet WILL hurt. and conditioned feet or not, a sharp pointy rock in your arch WILL hurt. personally, i dont view this feature as a con because this is what barefoot running is about, but i included it so noone can complain that they were not warned;
    the leather uppers do hold heat a bit more than the synthetic mesh cousins do, so warmer weather activities could result in a bit more foot sweat. although, oddly, for myself the leather shoes seem to NOT be as stinky as the synthetic cousins. might be just me;
    high-wear possible in between the toes.
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