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Vibram FiveFingers Komodo Sport LS Women's Running Shoes


Price: $38.52 - $236.23
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  • Mesh
  • rubber sole
  • Upper: Stretch Mesh and Polyamide
  • Sole: TC-1 Rubber
  • Footbed: 3mm PU & CoolMax
  • Weight: Women's Size 42 - 7.1oz. each, 14.2oz./pair
  • Machine washable. Air dry.

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To accommodate the high-energy modern athlete, Vibram FiveFingers introduces the innovative Vibram FiveFingers Komodo Sport. This versatile multisport design embodies all the features of the original KSO, but offers performance improvements catering to a highly active fitness lifestyle. With a stitch-free and a minimal 2mm footbed - the first of its kind - this shoe dramatically lessens resistance. Heel and instep hook-and-loop closures help anchor the stretch nylon upper to the contours of your foot for a seamless and completely natural feel. Complete with a 4mm Vibram TC1 performance rubber outsole, the KMD Sport helps you brace yourself for any cross-training exercise.

  • ASIN: B005CI6D0G
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 10 x 6 inches; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Item model number: M3681
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,391 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    64 of 64 people found the following review helpful By J. Granquist on December 16, 2011
    I bought these at a BOGO sale locally. I bought this pair, a Bikila, a KomondoSport, a Jaya, and a TrekSport(see my other reviews on those).

    This shoe is sized accurately to width and length. I wear a solid 41 in EU size(look on the tounge of your favorite athletic shoe in the EU section for this number).

    I like the tread on this shoe. It is a good, solid all terrain design.
    I like the removable insoles with a bit extra cushion(this makes it a good beginner Vibram minimalist shoe).
    I like the bungee cord with slider adjustment on the top/ankle of the shoe.

    Cons:
    They could be hot as they have a heavier material on the uppers.
    A bit more sole to them.

    These would be your true cross trainer/everything type shoe. If you are looking for a good first pair of "barefoot" shoes to try, these would be the ones. Running, jumping, walking, hiking, lifting, cross fit, p90x, indoors, outdoors, etc.
    Out of the 5 pairs of VFFs I have, these are my favorite. Although, in the summer they are the hottest pair so I tend not to wear them as often as my others.

    A note on fitting the odd toes....
    I have a second toe that is longer than my first, by alot actually. In every other shoe I own, this causes me to need to size up a half size in US(so one number in EU). VFFs are no different. My other toes might have a little extra room to move in the ends but this is my normal mode of operating so my feet are used to it. This causes me no issues in these shoes.
    VFF has sizing info on their website about measuring your feet to the correct sizing. It's pretty spot on. Just measure your longest toe(which might not always be your big toe!)
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    53 of 59 people found the following review helpful By carol m davis on March 3, 2012
    Short story: Yes, Vibram's are awesome, they have given me a new running life, and if you've been plagued with running injuries I'd suggest trying them.

    Long story: I'm 47 years old and have been a "gym rat" since high school. About ten years ago a coworker told me about a local "Mud Run" and I thought it sounded good. Knowing I' was creeping up on the 40 year old mark and knew it would be a good time to start mixing in some cardio, so I signed up.

    I went to Road Runner Sports shoe store, did the treadmill foot examination thing, and left with a pair of "Stability" shoes. I started slow and built my running up to ten miles a week by the 8th week and it was at this point my ITB started giving me problems.

    Being a gym rat and somewhat of an athlete who understands the body and injury I began a long process of trying to run without pain. I did a lot of research on running websites, at running stores, and read books like Chi Running by Danny Dreyer. In the following years I tried to perfect Chi Running and tried every ITB stretch routine, roller pads, ice + Ibuprofen, countless shoes, and even took 4 months off of running. And although I was able to improve my pain free running distance, I still could not run 5 miles without experiencing a lot of ITB knee pain, so much that I couldn't run more than 6 or 7 miles on a good day, and my top pace was around 8:30 min/mile.

    About two years ago I read a blog from a runner who said barefoot running eliminated his ITB issues by forcing him to run with a natural gait, stride, pace, etc. I figure I had nothing to lose, I've spent a fortune on shoes and a lot of time running, stretching, rolling, and eating Ibuprofen, so I bought my first pair of Vibram shoes, the Komodo sport in 2009.
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    78 of 92 people found the following review helpful By Phil Braidi on November 22, 2011
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    Be aware they are NOT THE REAL Vibram FiveFingers. The pair I got was of very poor quality. The toe stitches were so crossed over and tangled, I couldn't even put them on before cutting through. And the smell of glue was so strong. Very bad. I didn't wear them at all.
    I contacted Vibram and they said that the seller is not their official distributer. I strongly recommend to buy elsewhere.
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    19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Jake Blaser on July 17, 2011
    Color Name: Black/Silver/GreySize Name: 43 M EU Verified Purchase
    Excellent shoes. Very comfortable for walking and everyday activities. These shoes should come with a warning sign that everyone you run into will ask a ton of questions and you will become their spokesperson. Luckily for Vibram, this is an outstanding product.

    Runners be Warned: Be very very careful transitioning into this shoe if you aren't accustomed to running barefoot. Your calves will get quite sore from regular use and the change of biomechanics. Everyone will need to go at a different pace. Error on the cautious side or you may get injured.
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    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Marina Moonlight on August 11, 2013
    Let me first say that when I saw a friend wearing VFF's I thought I wouldn't be caught dead wearing a pair of shoes that looked so ridiculous. However, because I was born with CP and then contracted chronic Lyme Disease (had it for 20 years- CP was blamed for the symptoms, but that's another story), I have hammer toes, bunions, a very high arch, and atrophied calf muscles. These shoes address all these issues.

    I'm glad I went to the local store to get my first pair. I wear a size 8/38 in regular shoes, and wear a 38 in these as well. I tried on other styles, but the ones with straps were too flexible to get my toes into. I thought these were the most attractive, (if you can call them that,) and they were the only ones that I could get my toes into. They work with my high arches as well.

    At first I avoided wearing them because they took so long to get into. My feet/toes are pretty deformed. But after wearing them a few times, it got a lot easier. It still takes me about twice as long to get them on as regular shoes, but it's worth it. My toes are straightening out, my big toes are less deviated, and my balance (a huge issue with Lyme Disease) is improving.

    Because I had to wear ugly orthopedic shoes as a child, I'm pretty particular about the aesthetics of my shoes. I've gotten used to these, and they have almost literally "grown on me." I now wear them to the grocery store and around town after working out at the gym, and yeah, I get some looks, but I think that it's well worth it to get stronger and healthier.
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