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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.
I've been wearing nominal 41 Trek and TrekSport almost exclusively for the past several years (PLEASE bring back the leather Treks) . . . Read morePublished 2 days 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 4 days ago by njr
This is my second pair of these kinds of shoes. My other pair was by the other company who makes them. (there are 2 that I know of). Read morePublished 4 days ago by Reviews by Mark
Great shoes. Have been wearing them since I got them. I took them on a trip to Australia and wore them daily. No issues especially on the long days of sight-seeing.Published 5 days ago by Seattlite
These were a gift for my husband. His old Vibram Five Finger shoes are no longer available. I choose these based on other reviews and looking at the way the sole is made. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Linda Sanders
I do suffer from chronic back pain and plantar fasciitis in my feet. I have a low arch feet.
These are interesting. Certainly helps with feet problems. Read more
The Shoes fit very well, it might give a strangee sensation while walking but thats a matter of time or Experience I think. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Johannes Bergmann